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Comment Archives: stories: Music, Arts & Culture

Re: “Local conspiracy theory podcast Wait, Whaaat? finds local and global popularity

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Re: “Country sensation Granger Smith and his redneck alter ego Earl Dibbles Jr. play the Fremont Theater on Oct. 19

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Re: “Studios on the Park presents 'landmark' exhibition featuring the masters and greats of California Impressionism

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Re: “Iconic punk act Dead Kennedys play the Madonna Inn Expo Center on Oct. 3

A bit misleading. Jello isn't fronting this band anymore

Posted by Nicksteel on 09/30/2019 at 8:08 AM

Re: “The hunt for tacos

Wait! You didn't sample the street vendor tacos?

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Posted by George Griffin on 09/19/2019 at 9:56 AM

Re: “Cambrian reflects on 50 years since photographing the festival that shaped a generation

The "rest" of the story: the collection is FOR SALE and includes record albums, poster prints, cd's, dvd's, many books on Woodstock, film strips from the movie , an album of original prints, the original slides and negatives, protest buttons from the era, various correspondence and original newspaper clippings and magazine articles etc. I can even acquire a piece of the original stage! I am looking to display these locally if there are any studiios interested and would donate a portion of the proceeds of the sale to a local non-propfit.

I stated I couldn't recall how I got to the concert or how I got back. After being interviewed I remembered I owned a red VW bug. (I owned several during "the day.") What do I do now? I write (see medium.com/@billseavey and have published a half dozen or more books, including my latest at americanada.us.) I built a house in Baja, California. My wife and I also run a b&b (hercastle.com). I like to think that I continue to encourage cooperation and tolerance in my day to day affairs.
Thanks for reading.

Posted by William Seavey on 09/06/2019 at 9:56 PM

Re: “Nipomo children's book author champions endangered species

Beautifully illustrated with wonderful stories about unique animals in amusing situations.
Bonus coloring pages keep children engaged in the story.

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Posted by sirlaurance on 09/05/2019 at 8:44 AM

Re: “Local author sets modern migration tale on the Central Coast

You were spot on with your prescient novel about the hordes from the South (LA) invading the central coast for our home grown treasure trove of food.
Not only a great premise, but well-executed, too.
The cast of characters seem strangely familiar.
Hmmm. As they say, write what you know. Whomever they is.
Congratulations, Randy. You out did yourself.

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Posted by Kathryn Rogers on 08/29/2019 at 6:09 PM

Re: “Morro Bay-raised dancer moves to Portland to get paid for his passion

Way to go Niko! We are all so proud of you! Way to represent the Central Coast while living your dream. Its so great to watch you soar!

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Posted by Kyla Grafton on 08/26/2019 at 10:06 PM

Re: “Steve Miller Band bassist talks about their Aug. 22 Vina Robles show

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Posted by Eric Brunt on 08/24/2019 at 5:44 AM

Re: “Eye-opening week in Moscow lends new perspectives on Russia

Nice propaganda piece

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Posted by Kate Steinle on 08/23/2019 at 1:54 PM

Re: “Morro Bay-raised dancer moves to Portland to get paid for his passion

Thank you for such a great article!

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Posted by Karen Croley on 08/22/2019 at 4:07 PM
Posted by Mickey Mc on 08/19/2019 at 1:56 PM

Re: “The Biggest Little Farm inspires and instills hope for a sustainable future

Capitalism is unsustainable and is killing our planet and our souls along with it.

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Posted by Judy Noddin on 08/07/2019 at 9:59 PM

Re: “My family honors traditions, creates new memories while celebrating the anniversary of our Lake Tahoe cabin

I don't remember the last time I had a vacation, sigh

Posted by Kate Steinle on 07/20/2019 at 4:19 PM

Re: “Looking back: Pride art show honors 50th anniversary of Stonewall

It is in the nature of democracies that previously repressed minorities to tend to clamor for more and more rights up to and often well beyond the point where they begin to impinge on the rights of the majority; but at some point the majority starts pushing back. By now it can be stated with some certainty that in the view of the majority the LGBT movement has gone too far. Opinion surveys attest to this fact: LGBT support crested at well over 50% but has been dropping by roughly 10% per year for several years now.

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Posted by matarbongo2 on 07/06/2019 at 3:05 PM

Re: “Santa Cruz-ing: Day trip to another coastal community rich in surf, sun, and outdoor novelties

Clearly the last thing Santa Cruz need is more articles encouraging people to go there. I lived in adjacent Capitola for seven years. On the weekend, it was faster to walk across the town.

Posted by Edward Bear on 06/27/2019 at 10:51 AM

Re: “Group Show at Cuesta's Harold J. Miossi Gallery tests the limits of the art world

Art or narcissism? It's always hard to tell in late stage capitalism.

Posted by matarbongo2 on 06/22/2019 at 10:19 AM

Re: “The Biggest Little Farm inspires and instills hope for a sustainable future

It's hard not to love the idealism reflected in this film. One wonders though at the economics actually involved. Farming is, ultimately, a cost competitive business, and much of the film's presentation seems to present a fairly unlikely economic model. As for the creation of a beautiful environment, it would be difficult to do better.

Reading between the lines, it's not clear that the "investors," who funded the development, earned a significant return on their investment. Unfortunately, "economics' is not a separate discipline, but one which infects every aspect of our lives. The concepts of individual incentives, price competition in free markets, and the hard work associated with earning a living, are not an artificial creation of government. As some wag has said, capitalism doesn't guarantee you'll be rich, but that many goods will be offered for the best price available. The alternatives to "capitalism" are generally far worse.

Posted by clovis dad on 06/13/2019 at 9:17 PM

Re: “Good vibes at Oso Flaco: Birds and families galore at this Guadalupe oasis on a sunny Sunday

I want to thank you for highlighting what makes Oso Flaco unique and irreplaceable. If State Parks opens the area as planned (campgrounds, entry point to MadMax Land, kiddie race track etc.) what else can be far behind? I view their proposal as exactly what they want it to be, a gateway: next comes more development to support the campground, for example. I see gas stations, markets, off road shops. Goodbye farmland. Goodbye peace and quiet. Goodbye biodiversity. I am not above begging: State Parks please, please, please shelve the idea that access is the number one priority. There are other, far more important, priorities, like preservation, conservation, sustainability, biodiversity. Let Oso Flaco stand as it is, an already perfect example of the balance the writer above mentions. It already functions as an example of a place where walkers, birders, anglers, beach-goers, hikers, families, artists, daydreamers, and nature lovers of any ilk can come together and enjoy a place that doesnt have the mark of humanity too harshly imprinted on its sand. My favorite thing about Oso Flaco is its relative peace and quiet. Quiet is a commodity that is harder and harder to come by. Dont let the drive for access and off road entertainment supersede all that Oso Flaco already offers. The stretch of beach from the Guadalupe Dunes to Pismo represents balance already. There is no need to tip the scales.

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Posted by A. Romo on 06/13/2019 at 9:58 AM

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