Monday, January 23, 2017     Volume: 17, Issue: 26
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Do you agree with U.S. Rep. Salud Carbajal's (D-Santa Barbara) decision to attend Trump's inauguration?

Yes. He should definitely go and show respect for the new president.
I agree that he should attend to show Trump that Latinos have a strong voice in our government.
No. He should stand in solidarity with U.S. Rep. John Lewis (D-Georgia) and other congressional members who aren't attending.
I don't care what he does on inauguration day, as long as he does a good job as a congressman.

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Killer show

ARTWORK BY JAMI RAY

Killer show

Linnaea’s Café in SLO is showcasing the work of local artist Jami Ray through Jan. 31. Ray is a painter, installation artist, muralist, and does live paintings for local bands under the moniker Killer Eyes. Linnaea’s can be reached at 541-5888.

—Trever Dias

Foreign affair

PHOTO COURTESY OF DANIEL SCHULTZ

Foreign affair

Larry Shue’s The Foreigner returns to the Great American Melodrama in Oceano, through March 5. After Charlie Baker retreats to a rural fishing lodge in Georgia, its occupants become convinced that he can’t speak English, and hilarity ensues. The Library Vaudeville Revue will follow each performance. Tickets are $20 to $27 and can be purchased via americanmelodrama.com, the Melodrama Box office, or by calling 489-2499.

—Trever Dias

Stellar citizens

PHOTO COURTESY OF JENNY GOSNELL

Stellar citizens

Distinguished contributors to the local community and economy will be recognized at the Morro Bay Chamber of Commerce Installation Dinner, Jan. 20 at the Morro Bay Community Center. The prohibition-era themed night begins with a cocktail hour at 5:30 p.m., followed by dinner at 7 p.m., and an awards ceremony at 8 p.m. Tickets are $65 and are available at mbcelebration.eventrbrite.com.

—Trever Dias