Notice Anything Different?

I’ve been doing little tweaks here and there on site as well as implementing new things. Here’s a nice list of them all. There will be more to come, but who knows if I’ll disclose them. “What’s Your Rant?” is…

NaNoWriMo already? S**t!

Aw shoot, it’s November 3rd! I am 3,334 words behind schedule and I’m wasting my time writing this blog instead of the next great American novel for National Novel Writing Month. Okay, not really writing the next great American novel.…

Oh the Places You'll Go! (On The Internet) #2

Because I liked the first so much, here’s a second installment of Oh the Places You’ll Go (on the Internet!). These are five places I find fun or interesting, or even both. It’s all subjective opinion, so you’ll just have…

Oh the Places You'll Go! (On the Internet) #1

I’m not quite sure what the Chief wants me to write. We were kind of given free reign when it came to writing our blogs. Since my blog is about the internet, I have a problem with coming up with…

Code-monkeying around

As our older readers might have guessed, the Mustang Daily website has changed dramatically. It wasn’t as easy as plugging in a new theme and turning it on. The needs of the Mustang Daily were many, and it took a…

Lions and tigers and beer, oh my!

The Charles Paddock Zoo will host its first annual “Brew at the Zoo” on Aug. 13.

Kreuzberg, CA Moves to Golden China

The Berlin-themed coffee lounge and book bar Kreuzberg, CA will be moving from its Monterey Street home to 685 Higuera Street.

Western singer to perform at Dana Adobe Benefit Concert

Award-winning Western singer Dave Stamey will be performing at a benefit concert this Saturday at Nipomo’s historical Dana Adobe.

Nipomo featured in photography book 'Images of America'

Cal Poly alumni Doug Jenzen assembles photographic history book, “Images of America,” to showcase both his hometown of Nipomo and history expertise.

Get your game on at the annual PolyCon convention

Although most of the attendees aren’t even remotely related, the gaming convention called PolyCon has become a family reunion for many people for 29 years.

Summer Literary Reading Series brings poet performances

Poets Jim Reese and Ephraim Sommers read their works at Cal Poly Tuesday as a part of the Summer Literary Reading Series, directed by Cal Poly English professor Kevin Clark.