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One of the country’s most popular plays is set to premier at the Great American Melodrama in Oceano: Robert Harling’s Steel Magnolias. This charming comedy about the bonds of friendship spawned the popular Oscar-nominated film version and follows the same story. “It’s a delightful play to open our season with. It’s so funny, so well-written, and the best actors wanted to work on the project,”...Find out more »
SLO CAL Restaurant Month TAKE A BITE OUT OF JANUARY! Indulge in SLO CAL Restaurant Month, starting January 1-31, 2019*! Participating restaurants will offer special prix-fixe menus of three courses at $30-$40 per person or other special offerings. Need to book your room? Be sure to check out our lodging deals here. We hope you join us for this exciting month celebrating some of the finest...Find out more »
Télévoix’ is a group of artworks about the shadows of images, the emptiness and mystery that poses -- thinking about the presence, thickness and material of images, whose pixels have none of those things,” Fu said. The exhibition consists of a video on a monitor, a projected video of fake shadows, an image-based sculpture in a corner, and a large double-sided curtain. Fu is an associate professor of art at the University of San Diego and...Find out more »
Creator and innovator, musician and producer, artist and philanthropist Herb Alpert is a man with profound passions – and a list of platinum hits: “The Lonely Bull,” “A Taste of Honey,” “Rise,” and “This Guy’s in Love with You,” to name just a few. But at his core, Alpert’s main passion is his wife – Grammy Award-winning vocalist and former lead singer with Sergio Mendes...Find out more »
Cuesta College Presents – Topologies of Excess: A Survey of Contemporary Practices from Puerto Rico.
The Harold J. Miossi Art Gallery at Cuesta College kicks off the spring semester with Topologies of Excess: A Survey of Contemporary Practices from Puerto Rico. Topologies of Excess attempts to document some of the contemporary art practices that have emerged in Puerto Rico in recent years. The artists represented in the exhibition have created new practices rooted in response to the island’s contested history and local...Find out more »
Know How To Go is a free program that helps seniors and others plan trips in SLO county using public transit and shuttle services. Peter Katinas, the Travel Trainer, will present information on his program and the many free and low-cost shuttles available for seniors, disabled and other residents. HomeShareSLO's Stephanie Teaford will give an overview of the nonprofit's housemate matching program and share success...Find out more »