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#ShareSLO Photo of the Week: All Greek To Us

They were dancing in the streets during the San Luis Obispo Greek Festival this past weekend. The 2-day festival included music, dancing lessons and performances by the Cal Poly Greek Student Troupe. And, of course, there were plenty of  gyros and baklava available.                        … Read more »

Speeding Down Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca with Allen Berg Racing School

By: Allyson Ryan SeeMonterey.com Blog Monterey Is racing down the iconic corkscrew on your bucket list? Adrenaline junkies and racing enthusiasts can now take their need for speed down the track at legendary Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca thanks to Allen Berg Racing School. Founder Allen Berg knows a thing or two about racecar driving. This… Read more »

CowParade Prepares to Stampede Into San Luis Obispo

This September, a herd of crazy cattle will be corralled into the meadow outside the Madonna Inn, the building’s famously pink motif providing a fitting backdrop for what will be a zany public art event. Imagine a cow striking the famous Marilyn Monroe pose from “The Seven Year Itch,” balancing on a surfboard or hanging… Read more »

#ShareSLO Photo of the Week: Memorial Day Traffic

While summer doesn’t officially begin until June 20, Memorial Day weekend kicks off the summer travel season on the Central Coast. There were plenty of travelers coming in to San Luis Obispo this past weekend and, fortunately, most of them drove safely. Thanks to @stevenmconroy for posting this visually interesting shot of night-time traffic, looking… Read more »

The San Luis Obispo Blues: 70 Years of Baseball

When World War II concluded, Sandy Leguina, owner of a local tire dealership and tune-up shop, recruited a group of veterans coming home to play baseball in San Luis Obispo. The team originally called itself the Merchants, but George Baker, then the sports editor at the Telegram-Tribune, suggested the Blues — not for the type… Read more »