This year’s show is set in the late 1700s and is a dramatic look at the similarities between problems of then and now in the country.
Dr. Lisa Molin is a fourth generation follower of the Baha’i Faith and will speak about the history, beliefs and teachings of the religion.
More than 100 people showed up to see the Todd’s first look at the new additions, changes and upgrades made to their family home.
Cal Poly’s Early Music Ensemble will sing light-hearted and ‘naughty’ French songs that tell stories of love and war this Friday in the Christopher Cohen Center for their final performance of the year.
A concrete canoe may seem like an oxymoron, but engineering students use their knowledge to make a sinking ship float.
Vampire advocate Michelle Belanger presents about the history of vampire folklore and pop culture phenomenon stemming from it and the modern lifestyle.
Poet Christopher Buckley read from his newest book “Rolling the Bones” Tuesday night as part of the Writers at Work series.
The San Luis Obispo Sexual Assault Recovery and Prevention Center held the eighth annual Walk at the park as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month and to raise money for their programs helping survivors of sexual assault crimes.
The play focuses on Pryne, a retired professor, and his three daughter’s who have to decide whether or not to send him to a home for the elderly.
San Francisco-based band Crackerjack Highway has an eclectic new album influenced by some of the most popular jazz, classic and modern rock bands.
This isn’t your quaint John Deere riding lawn mower. Poly Thunder looks more like a dragster going down the track with its front end three feet off the ground.