Tuesday, September 2, 2014     Volume: 29, Issue: 5
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What should be done with the De Groot Home?

Leave it alone; they do good work there.
If they’re violating health laws, they should be brought into compliance.
The situation should be dealt with, but handled delicately because of how unique they are.
Would it help if I dumped some water on my head?

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It's that time

PHOTO BY STEVE E. MILLER

It's that time

Be sure to make some time to attend The sixth annual New Times Music Awards, from 7 to 10 p.m., at SLO Brewing Co. on Aug. 28. The awards show will feature live performances by Stephen Styles, Próxima Parada, Odonovan, Shadowlands, Dulcie Taylor, Reese Galido, Famous Deuce & Roach Clip, and The Simple Parade. Tickets are $10 at the door. There will also be a raffle to win an Ernie Ball Music Man Axis Floyd Rose electric guitar. The raffle tickets are $5 each, or $20 for five, and can be purchased at New Times, and at the show. New Times is located at 1010 Marsh St. in SLO, and can be reached at 546-8208.

—Trever Dias

Take a walk

PHOTO COURTESY OF FOOD BANK COALITION OF SLO COUNTY

Take a walk

Help fight hunger by participating in the Food Bank Coalition’s sixth annual Hunger Walk on Sept. 20, in Morro Bay. You can participate as an individual or form a team to increase fundraising potential. The funds raised will help the 44,000 residents of SLO County who live close to, or below, the federal poverty income level. To register and find out more, go to slofoodbank.org.

—Trever Dias

Good to go

PHOTO COURTESY OF SLO LITTLE THEATRE

Good to go

Be a good person and go see a production of Good People, a play by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright David Lindsey-Abaire, which is running Sept. 5 through 21 at the San Luis Obispo Little Theatre. Set in the Southie neighborhood of Boston, Good People follows Margie Walsh as she faces unemployment, eviction, and hopes to remedy the situation by reconnecting with an old fling. Tickets are $26, $23 for seniors, $15 for students, and can be purchased at slolittletheatre.org, or by calling 786-2440. SLO Little Theatre is located at 888 Morro St.

—Trever Dias