Thursday, August 21, 2014     Volume: 29, Issue: 4
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The soup is on

PHOTO COURTESY OF ARROYO GRANDE AND GROVER BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

The soup is on

Look at this dog. Look at it! If you’re the kind of person that does this to your dog, your dog wants to kill you. The only reason it hasn’t is because it knows it’s reliant on you for food, but as soon as it finds a way around that, you’re gonna to go to sleep one night, and you’re not gonna wake up. But I digress. The Stone Soup Music Festival and Street Faire, featuring headliner Afrolicious, will take place Aug. 23 and 24, at 933 Ramona Ave. in Grover Beach. The festival will include a doggie parade on Aug. 24, at 11 a.m., in conjunction with a performance by The Mudskippers. Go to stonesoupfest.com for more information. Look at it!

—Trever Dias

Hit the streets

PHOTO BY DAVE CORONEL

Hit the streets

Walk over to The Photo-Shop at 1027 Marsh St. in SLO, and check out Calles de la Habana, a photo exhibit by Dave Coronel of his walking tour of the streets of Havana, Cuba. The exhibit runs through Sept. 14, with a reception from 6 to 8 p.m. on Sept. 5. To see more of Coronel’s work, go to davecoronelphotography.com.

—Trever Dias

Watch your tone

PHOTO BY BOB HELFERT

Watch your tone

Earth Tones, a collection of photographs by native artist Bob Helfert will be on display at Gallery at Marina Square in Morro Bay through Sept. 29, with an opening reception Sept. 12, from 5 to 8 p.m.  With a background in neuroscience, Helfert says his photography focuses “on the finer topographical, textural, and tonal aspects of our planet in a manner similar to what I enjoyed while using microscopes.” Gallery at Marina Square is located at 601 Embarcadero, ste. 10.

—Trever Dias