Digital citizenship

Digital citizenship

Elementary school projects used to consist of macaroni pasta shells, toothpick bridges, and soft pipe cleaners. Today, Baywood Elementary School students in Los Osos use a 3-D printer to make materials for their projects.
Blow-up at SLO Democrats meeting highlights party division

Blow-up at SLO Democrats meeting highlights party division

The contentious post-election rift between the country's Democrats reared its head in San Luis Obispo on June 19, when the local party's chairman stormed out of a meeting of the SLO County Democratic Party's central…
The maestro is here: SLO Symphony hires New Zealand conductor Andrew Sewell after year-and-a-half search

The maestro is here: SLO Symphony hires New Zealand conductor Andrew Sewell after year-and-a-half search

"California," is the cheeky one-word answer New Zealand native and conductor Andrew Sewell offers up when asked what drew him to seek out the job of San Luis Obispo Symphony musical director. But the real…
Cat Power plays the Fremont Theater on June 28

Cat Power plays the Fremont Theater on June 28

"Three, six, nine, you drink wine, monkey on your back, you feel just fine," Cat Power sings on her 2012 album Sun.
A-town rockers Criticnue reunite for Tent City's five-year beer bash

A-town rockers Criticnue reunite for Tent City's five-year beer bash

When Tent City Beer Company Bar Manager Brian Duncan reached out to his old Atascadero musician buddy Heath Seager to offer him a gig, he hoped small town pride would outweigh 1,200 miles. Since the…

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