Thursday, August 25, 2016     Volume: 31, Issue: 5
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What's your favorite setting to see a movie?

In a good ol' fashion theater. There's just something about watching the big screen with a bunch of strangers.
The drive-in, if there's still one around. It's more cozy.
I like to rent and watch them at home. You never know what you'll dig up at the video store.
Who pays for movies anymore? Free download, couch, cheap popcorn.

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Watercolor fowl

ARTWORK BY GREG ELLIS-VALENCIA

Watercolor fowl

Birds are the subject of artist Greg Ellis-Valencia’s ink and watercolor paintings, on display at Joebella Coffee Roasters in Atascadero through Sept. 4. Originals and prints of some of the pieces will be available for purchase, priced between $25 and $500. To learn more, go to gregellisvalencia.com, or email gregjohnellis@gmail.com.

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Dream interpretations

ARTWORK BY LESLIE BALLEWEG

Dream interpretations

Frame Works in SLO will host Once Upon a Dream by Leslie Balleweg, an exhibit of oil paintings examining perception and imagery in storytelling, on view Sept. 2 through Dec. 28. A reception will take place Sept. 2 from 6 to 9 p.m. For further information, call 542-9000.

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What a brush

ARTWORK BY JARI DE HAM

What a brush

Check out some fine examples of artist Jar De Ham’s work at an exhibit of fine art Chinese brush paintings on display at Gallery at Marina Square in Morro Bay Sept. 1 through 29. An opening reception will be held Sept. 9 from 5 to 8 p.m. Call 772-1068 for more info.

—Trever Dias