San Luis Obispo old buildings share city’s unique past

If you peer through the window at the Anderson Barbershop in San Luis Obispo, you’ll glimpse into an era that existed long before apps, drones and smartphones. But while the faded barber pole, wooden chairs and antiquated radiator seem fixed in another time, the expression “if these walls could talk” applies to the shop’s unique… Read more »

#ShareSLO Photo of the Week: Sunset Drive-In

At the peak of the drive-in theater’s popularity, between the late 1950s and early 1960s, there were roughly 4,000 drive-in theaters across the United States. Today there are fewer than 400. Luckily, we have the Sunset Drive-in in San Luis Obispo, which TripAdvisor named the 10th best drive-in theater in the country. Some advantages of… Read more »

Weekend of music at the Mission offers a taste of the SLO Life

  The Concerts in the Plaza in San Luis Obispo is gonna get a little trippy Friday.  The featured band, Tropo, is a 3-piece electronic group with music that ranges from ethnic and house to experimental and improvisational dance. Another words — probably not your typical Concerts in the Plaza concert. But in its 21st… Read more »

Solvang Hosts FREE Concerts in the Park Every Wednesday Thru 8/17/16

  You know you love hearing live music, especially outdoors in the summertime—and especially when it’s FREE! Make plans now to spend each Wednesday from 5:00-8:00  enjoying free concerts in Solvang Park (Mission Drive & First Street) with these fun musicians!   •July 6, Livewire (Rock) • July 13, Rock Cats Rock (Rockabilly/Rock) • July… Read more »

10 Hours in Seaside, CA

By: Allyson Ryan Blog Monterey Seaside, CA is not to be overlooked by its larger neighbor. Just to the north of Monterey, this area boasts some of the county’s most sought after gems including the former Fort Ord military base which is now home to Fort Ord National Monument, CSU Monterey Bay and the… Read more »