For the duration of the 2010-2011 school year, Cal Poly’s campus will be undergoing some changes in a few of its facilities.
Local beaches offer relaxation, activities, site seeing and beach fun for everyone. The south holds Montana De Oro State Park, Avila Beach, Shell Beach and Pismo State Beach, and to the north has Cambria and Cayucos.
One of the United States’ only solar-powered movie theaters is right down the street. Since 2004, the Palm Theatre has been creating solar energy for PG&E that is used for the Palm, homes and other businesses in that area.
From July 8 to July 31, Shimmy Shake Shine! by accomplished choreographer Suzy Miller dazzled crowds with its seemingly random yet unified collection of 35 dance and song numbers.
The Hawaiian-bred, rock-reggae trio Pepper will be playing at the California Midstate Fair in Paso Robles this Friday. The band will play on the Grandstand as a special guest to another rock-reggae outfit, headliner band 311. The punk rock band The Offspring is also joining them on stage.
The annual SLO Pride Week took place from July 4 to July 11 with a noticeably larger crowd. The week is held to celebrate and educate the public about the LGBT culture, pride and place in society.
Despite the June 22 alert, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) reported that the Diablo Canyon Power Plant met the high standards for safety and security at its annual town hall meeting June 29.
San Luis Obispo County has seen 210 of approximately 900 confirmed, probable or suspect cases of pertussis, or “whooping cough,” in the state so far this year, according to San Luis Obispo Public Health Services.