Adam Wegener and Ron Sloat founded Trash Amps in 2010, a company devoted to building speakers in a sustainable and non-traditional packaging.
It was a bacon lover’s heaven and every pig’s worst nightmare. It was the first SLO Bacon Fest held this past Saturday at the Alex Madonna Expo Center.
Everyone’s favorite breakfast meat is sizzling up at Alex Madonna Expo Center this Saturday, Nov. 23 from noon to 3 p.m. at the inaugural SLO Bacon Fest.
Mechanical engineering sophomore Elan Timmons has been an inventor since he was seven years old. His first invention involved a pedal that was connected to the locking mechanism on his door so he could open it without using his hands.
Sexy, difficult, skimpy outfits, passionate dancers — these are some images that might pop into the average person’s head when thinking about salsa dancing.
A briefcase is placed haphazardly, wide open in the middle of the room. Sketches of circuits, a sea of tangled multicolor wires and sets of pliers overflow onto the floor.
He sits on the bench in front of his old, chipped, bright yellow locker in the San Luis Obispo High School locker room. His name is painted on the wall for all county recognition as a defensive back for the 2008 football team.
Almost everyone knows about Cal Poly alumnus “Weird Al” Yankovic. While attending Cal Poly, he worked at KCPR, the campus radio station.
Art Central isn’t your everyday arts and crafts store. Selling professional-grade materials, Art Central is a match made in heaven for any local artist, art student or someone that simply wants to dabble in the arts a bit more.
Halloween came a little early this year when the Australian electronic music duo, Empire of the Sun, took over the stage with its hypnotic, dance-inducing beats that were accompanied with Vegas-style costumes and special effects.