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New Pride Crosswalk on Mustang Way

The Cal Poly Pride Center and Associated Students Inc. (ASI) painted a rainbow crosswalk on Mustang Way to recognize the LGBTQ+ community. “This is symbolizing a path to progress for where we are heading as a campus. Being more inclusive. Being more accessible. And being more equitable,” Lead Coordinator for Campus LGBTQ+ Initiatives Samuel Byrd […]

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What COVID-19 means for the future of SLO’s Thursday night farmer’s market

The San Luis Obispo Thursday night farmer’s market, suspended since March 12, is restructuring in order to reopen.  The downtown San Luis Obispo farmers market is the only market in the county to close during shelter-in-place orders because of its unique nature and size. “Our market is a little different, it’s giant,” Downtown SLO farmers […]

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Airstream food truck turned field-to-table market opens in San Luis Obispo

Field-to-table restaurant and organic shop Farmhouse Corner Market held their grand opening Saturday, June 1. The new 5,500-foot location is across from the San Luis Obispo Regional Airport at 1025 Farmhouse Lane. The market features a house-made ice cream counter, flower market and local artisan goods for sale. The restaurant is currently open for breakfast […]

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After alcoholism affected people in her life, this senior project humanizes the “hushed” disease

With alcoholism affecting loved ones in her life, communications studies senior Paula Boucher decided to humanize the “hushed” disease for her senior project.  The exhibit, “Silenced Voices: Stories from those affected by alcoholism,” showcased the stories of 22 volunteers all affected by someone else’s alcoholism at the SLO Museum of Art Pop-Up Gallery May 31.  […]



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