Advance registration is sold out. You are welcome to come to the door at 7 a.m. when we open a waiting list. Typically we are able to accommodate everyone.
A dynamic and informative 90-minute breakfast program specifically geared to San Luis Obispo business people. Held on the fourth Thursday of each month, local experts focus on a wide variety of community and business topics. Deadline to register is 5 p.m. Aug. 20.
WHAT’S NEXT? INVITING THEM OUT FOR DRINKS?
Computers can do many things better than humans, but taste? Not really in the machine wheelhouse – or is it? The team at Tastry has been training computers to “taste” wine and build a recommendation engine around it. We asked co-founder Katarina Axelsson to share highlights of their AI-fueled journey.
DIGGING DEEPER THAN THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS
The nation is once again in mourning following a spate of recent mass shootings. And once again, hate and racial motivations seem to be behind them. In the wake of these attacks, we asked Sgt. Trevor McKim, head of the SLO Sheriff’s Gang Task Force, to address what they know about white nationalist activity locally.
TAKE THE MONEY AND RUN – OR BIKE OR CARPOOL
Mindbody had a car problem. Too many of them driving to work each day, polluting the air with emissions and jockeying for limited parking. A new pilot program has made in-roads, so we asked Director of Corporate Wellness Erin Holohan to share what other organizations can learn from the experiment.
RISING UP AFTER A TRAGIC FALL
It’s been a long journey since Evan LaLanne fell from Bishop Peak two and half years ago, leaving him paralyzed from the waist down. Rehabilitation, adapting expectations and adjusting to life in a wheelchair. We asked LaLanne to tell us what life is like now and share what got him through tough times.
MEET THE WOMAN BEHIND “LA CUESTA ENCANTADA”
100 years ago, Julia Morgan set about building what many would consider to be her crowning achievement, Hearst Castle. A prolific architect, Morgan also designed SLO’s recently renovated Monday Club. Hearst Castle Tour Guide Sharon Foelz will tell us more about the woman behind the architecture.
WHAT’S EATING YOU? A DIP INTO FOOD DISORDERS
Eating disorders come in all shapes and sizes and are probably more prevalent that you think. Registered dietician and author Libby Parker will share some common misperceptions about eating disorders, address the role of diet culture and provide guidance for helping those who may be suffering.
LOOK OUT SINATRA, VILLA’S IN TOWN
Maybe you’ve heard him crooning about Villa Automotive on the radio. Or maybe at the Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa, where he’s a cantor. Or at Phyllis Madonna’s Musical Revue. No matter, you’ll hear Tom Villa, with a voice beyond his years, next week when he belts one out for us at Good Morning SLO.