With the arrival of May comes many things. The beginning of a new season, the realization that 2020 is almost halfway complete, the hope for the COVID-19 pandemic to slow, and, for the city of San Luis Obispo, it means reminding people that Downtown SLO is a vibrant center for creativity and commerce and it […]
The performance is free and open to the public.
Linnaea’s Cafe’s doors wouldn’t open for another 10 minutes, but men and women of all ages had already begun to queue before the coffee shop. They stood impatiently, muttering to each other and gripping large boxes, garbage bags and frames filled with their original artwork.
“There’s something magic about this place.”
Humans have been gathering to tell stories since the dawn of time. From campfires to dinner parties, the art of storytelling has been transformed from explaining why things are the way they are to personal experiences that have shaped the person you are.
If you associate the words “story time” with your mom tucking you into bed with a warm glass of milk and reading “Goodnight Moon,” then Linnaea’s Cafe monthly SLOlio storytelling event might blow your mind. It’s a whole new experience that relates to a sense of community, honesty and universal experience.
When Jessica Charlotte Poland was just a teen, she was diagnosed with condylar resorption, a disease affecting jaw joints. Since then she has been named a VH1 “You Oughta Know” artist and has been featured on season two of NBC’s “The Voice.”
The greater San Luis Obispo area has an abundance of off-campus study spots, just waiting to be occupied by studying students who need to get away from the hustle and bustle of the University Union and the Robert E . Kennedy Library or the comfort of home. Finding that perfect de-stressing spot though that combines […]
Melinda Forbes is an artist and a dressmaker, but above all, she is a self-proclaimed recycler and sustainability guru.
Take a look at some small venues in the area that offer quality music — free of charge.
Graduating art and design seniors Julia Reid, Karolin Ivarsson and Lana Dow will put on their senior art showcase at Linnaea’s Café Friday evening.