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Comment Archives: stories: Music, Arts & Culture

Re: “Making it: Actors work to earn a living on the Central Coast

Thanks for this great story! I was raised on going to PCPA performances and feel fortunate to have such a unique experience as the Melodrama right in our "back yard". I've recently re-discovered SLO Rep and am amazed at the consistent quality of the productions!! My daughter and I recently went to see Lost in Yonkers and it was outstanding! No need to go to "the big city" for quality theater - we've got plenty here in SLO! It was so nice to get a glimpse of the lives of some of those people who work so hard to bring us great theater here on the Central Coast!

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Posted by senecajacobson 2 on 05/24/2018 at 7:47 AM

Re: “Hidden oasis: A quick getaway can be found at the tranquility of Montaña de Oro State Park

Karen, I hate to spoil your fun, but Montana de Oro is a State Park. The reason it felt like a gold mine for rock collecting while you were there is that all features are protected - rocks, creatures, shells, plants, etc. - for the benefit of the ecosystem and all visitors and inhabitants. Please return the rocks you took, and do not encourage others to remove anything from a State Park. Yes, enjoy visiting, hiking, taking photos, and touching the rocks. But please leave them where you find them before you go home! Thanks!

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Posted by Lindi Doud on 01/18/2018 at 12:28 PM

Re: “Arroyo Grande artist Mark Bryan satirizes Trump presidency

I would happily hang both these up right in my living room; I had to listen to eight years of moaning, screaming, and tantrums from the right as Obama and the left tried and successfully rebuilt this country from the conservative caused crash. They can handle a few unflattering paintings of their orange Mussolini.

Do you have digital prints for sale?

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Posted by Sean Maddox on 10/04/2018 at 9:04 AM

Re: “Local artists support Measure G

Add a beautiful piece of art to your home, what better way to make-a-donation to the "YES on G" effort.

The Collection: Artists from San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties have donated their stunning art in support of the SLO effort to pass Measure G. The collection started while seeking donations for a silent auction. San Luis Obispo landscape painter Marcia Burtt offered to not only donate her art, but to reach out to her contemporary artists and friends and ask for their involvement.

In a matter of weeks, the collection has grown to over fourteen artists and over fifty unique works. Donated works include originals from several artists and signed giclee prints from those who typically wont sell their work as prints, making these giclee prints a rare and unique opportunity.

Visit: http://protectslo.nationbuilder.com/art

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Posted by Doug Timewell on 09/20/2018 at 10:28 AM

Re: “The backstory of SLO Mayor Heidi Harmon's iconic roses

Keep on keeping on, Heidi!

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Posted by chadulies on 11/09/2017 at 7:49 AM

Re: “Arroyo Grande artist Mark Bryan satirizes Trump presidency

Ok, anti Trump sentiment is pretty meaningless and milquetoast, especially here on the well padded self centered coast. However I do like how in the first image how he equates communism with capitalism. I totally agree with that comparison and it's rare to see that kind of deeper analysis from your basic pro establishment boomer tier artwork. Kudos to the artist on that one.
Cheers!

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Posted by avocado_toast on 10/04/2018 at 7:18 PM

Re: “On the up and up

I wish you lots of good wishes and a lot of good luck.

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Posted by Barbara Shepherd on 06/15/2017 at 4:18 PM

Re: “Indie folk singer-songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov brings his intimate songs to the Fremont Theater on Oct.13

So, why would Julia Bayless support the Republican cause if she is truly against the abuse of women? It is not true the there are a number of women who accuse the Preseident of sexual assault?

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Posted by Keith Patrick Gibson on 10/08/2018 at 11:47 PM

Re: “Arroyo Grande artist Mark Bryan satirizes Trump presidency

I like Trump. He has done a lot for the middle class. Cut taxes, repatriated money of large corporations, lowered unemployment, renegotiated treaties in our favor, and if Q is to believed is cleaning up corruption in Washington. I was a Democrat for 40 years till they tilted way to the left and started using infantile, hate filled and divisive rhetoric about everything. With 700 'elite' padding the Democratic party vote, have fun getting your say. Just ask Bernie voters how they feel.

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Posted by Steve Paige on 10/08/2018 at 7:01 AM

Re: “Indie folk singer-songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov brings his intimate songs to the Fremont Theater on Oct.13

Cunningham supports trophy hunting. He will never have my vote.

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Posted by Jenna Lovejoy on 10/05/2018 at 7:48 PM

Re: “'Smallfoot' is passable children's entertainment but won't connect with most audiences

THIS movie is the best, SMALL FOOT 2018 is comedy adventure animation https://bit.ly/2OBhQKX and this movie box office in any country..congratulation..

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Posted by Syukron Nuryadi on 10/04/2018 at 6:57 PM

Re: “'Fahrenheit 11/9' is an entertaining albeit jumbled attack on President Trump

Trump is dog shit & there's no need to be "fair" when exposing & attacking him. Today's republican party is a nihilistic cult more than a political movement, so there is no reason for any filmmaker or pundit to give "both sides" a fair hearing. There are no normal two sides now,. There is a very flawed but civilized liberalism on one hand while on the other is a demonic cult dedicated to radical evil , the destruction of the country & all human decency.

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Posted by Jay Bonestell on 09/27/2018 at 1:19 PM

Re: “Steynberg Gallery reopens as The 4 Cats Café and Gallery

Used to be Farmer's Brothers Coffee way back. Back during the time that Frank's was Arctic Circle, Splash was Ed's Burgers, and the little hotel was a welding shop. Long ago...

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Posted by Matthew Giuffrida on 08/26/2018 at 8:04 PM

Re: “By the Sea spoofs British whodunits with Jack Sharkey's 'The Murder Room'

Thanks for the positive review. It's a fun show!

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Posted by chrysb52 1 on 06/28/2018 at 3:27 PM

Re: “Making it: Actors work to earn a living on the Central Coast

PCPA is one of the top Conservatories/Schools to attend, bar none! Excellent all-around!

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Posted by Thomas Fuchs on 05/25/2018 at 5:37 AM

Re: “SLO photographers capture Italy's Carnevale

Love Peggy's work, these photos are simply stunning and reflect a part of Venice I had heard about but know very little about. It inspired me to look on line to find out a bit more. Thank you for sharing your passion Peggy, it's been wonderful following your creative passion.

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Posted by Connie Windhorse on 12/14/2017 at 12:37 PM

Re: “Wedding crasher

A beautifully written piece about a beautifully executed wedding day! The groom did good!!

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Posted by Lorelai on 10/22/2017 at 11:57 AM

Re: “United we plant

Great story about a cool group.

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Posted by Susan Ladrie Mackey on 07/22/2017 at 3:40 PM

Re: “Bringing inside outside

Great article! Thoroughly enjoyed it! Lots of creative people.

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Posted by Susan Ladrie Mackey on 07/20/2017 at 11:25 PM

Re: “Bingeable: Twin Peaks: The Return, 2017

"The best-case scenario is that it will direct them back to the original series, which still remains a far superior show."

You reckon, Chris? I didn't grow up with the original series, so it goes without saying I didn't watch it in the proper context that it required. But my idea of Lynch at the peak of his powers is Lost Highway, his relentlessly nasty and acid scud missile from 1997. Not 1990-era Twin Peaks.

I found the first two seasons to be pretty lightweight and spineless. I enjoyed the warmth and some of the quirks, but the relentless cornball cheesiness and hokey cherry-pie folksiness became very grating very quickly. Comfort food only satisfies for so long before you want to start throwing chillies into the mix.

I say give us something new, radical, and transcendent. Each to their own, of course, but I don't watch Lynch for cosiness or familiarity. I watch Lynch because I want to come away from the experience with my head floating 6 feet above my body (like the charred ghost in the jail cell).

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Posted by Michael Riley on 07/02/2017 at 10:20 AM

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