Wednesday, October 7, 2015     Volume: 30, Issue: 10

Weekly Poll
SLO County’s rural areas are seeing an increase in winery expansions and events. What’s your take on it?

The more tourism dollars we bring in, the merrier!
It ain’t agriculture unless there’s manure and a tractor involved!
The struggle to keep agricultural land economically viable is real, but we have to draw the line somewhere.
You gotta fight, for your right, to paaaaarrrrtttyyyy!

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The following article was posted on January 16th, 2013, in the New Times - Volume 27, Issue 25 [ Submit a Story ]
The following articles were printed from New Times [] - Volume 27, Issue 25

We found community and connection

San Luis Obispo

By Garry O. Youngman

My wife and I recently moved to SLO with our children. We came from a large eastern city where we were actively engaged in synagogue life. On our first visit to Congregation Beth David here in SLO, we were welcomed warmly and lovingly invited into the community. CBD offers us and our children engaging social opportunities, stimulating intellectual and education programming, and deep spiritual connection. That sense of connection extends will beyond the synagogue walls into the larger community of SLO.

It’s unfortunate that Lauren Bandari didn’t find the same engagement and connection at CBD (“A mitzvah with movies,” Jan. 3). I wonder why? We pray she finds it somewhere.