Monday, August 31, 2015     Volume: 30, Issue: 5
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How should decision makers hold developers responsible for their impact on already low water supplies?

Copy Cambria: build an emergency water facility, hope for the best.
Pose as Paso : Ban new water use unless it can be offset.
Pretend to be Pismo: (allegedly) con someone into buying water for you.
Screw rules: El NiƱo will save us.

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PHOTO COURTESY OF GREAT AMERICAN MELODRAMA

South by South County

The Great American Melodrama in Oceano takes theater-goers to the swamps of New Orleans in their latest spoof, La Rue’s Return, on stage through Sept. 19. The story centers on failing bistro owner Polly Montclair and her evil fiancé Jacques La Rue, who has returned with a vengeance after being sent to prison for poisoning Montclair. Tickets are $19 to $25. For show times, visit americanmelodrama.com.

—Trever Dias

Weekend wheels

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Weekend wheels

This one’s a classic. On Labor Day weekend, Sept. 4 and 5, the Golden State Classics Car Show will kick off in Paso Robles with a Friday night cruise through downtown from 6 to 8 p.m., followed by the main show the next day at City Park from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Register at goldenstateclassics.org. Call 286-6408 or 610-8400 for further information.

—Trever Dias

Glassing up the joint

ARTWORK BY LARRY LE BRANE

Glassing up the joint

Gallery at the Network in SLO goes for round three with its latest exhibit of works in glass titled Glass Act III, on view through Sept. 30. Featuring work from seven local artists, this exhibit includes jewelry, dishware, wind chimes, clocks, and more. Go to galleryatthenetwork.com or call 788-0886 for further information.

—Trever Dias