• Morro Bay Kite Festival

    The Morro Bay Kite Festival came back to Morro Rock for its 15th year on April 26, 27 and 28.

  • Born in the USA Exhibit at the Art Center Morro Bay

    Born in the USA is on display through June 24 and the gallery is free and open to the public. Art Center Morro Bay is at 835 Main St., Morro Bay, and open daily from Noon to 4 p.m. See www.artcentermorrobay.org, for more information.

  • A New Day in the Bay

    Business is the topic and the primary subject for chambers of commerce and that is true also for the Morro Bay Chamber of Commerce. Erica Crawford, Chamber CEO at the direction of the Chamber’s Board of Directors and Governmental Affairs Committee, has been examining all aspects of the business climate in Morro Bay and things are

  • Morro Bay Police Chief Cox Launches Chief’s Advisory Committee

    Morro Bay Police Chief Jody Cox continues with advances for better community involvement with the launching of the Chief’s Advisory Committee. “The goal of this diverse committee will be to represent the greater Morro Bay community,” Cox explained. The make-up of the committee is to include citizens, business owners, faith-based organizations, school representatives and others willing to contribute their time and input to build a better community by offering their perspectives and solutions.

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Life Intelligence: Owning your feelings

A Zen koan asks, “Has anyone ever made you feel angry or caused you to feel ashamed?” If you answered “Yes,” a Zen master would say, “More suffering lies ahead.”

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Mayhem and Murder is Their Genre

It was Let’s Talk on a fourth Friday at the Cayucos Library when three Central Coast authors and an audible book narrator gathered to present a reader’s theater for mystery lovers. Mystery writers Anne Allen, Victoria Heckman and Sue McGinty along with audible narrator Chester (Charlie) Perryess featured scenes from their novels that are mostly set on the Central Coast. The readings were refreshing as they were acted out with each author and Perryess taking parts.

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Rock throws ‘groovy’ party

The 97.3 FM (Morro Bay) and 107.9 FM (Paso Robles) low power FM station “The Rock,” celebrated six years on-the-air, April 6, with a groovy fundraising event at the Morro Bay Veterans Hall.

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Life Intelligence: Mothers

Some have mothers they can trust, adore, and look up to. Others, not so much. From a psychological point of view, the relationship with your mother will be the most important relationship you will ever have with another human being.

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Life Intelligence: Resumes and Eulogies

Our most technologically advanced and resource-rich society happens to be the most depressed and medicated one. We complain about everything! We hope that politicians will fix our life crisis and alcohol will help us feel alive. We blame “the system,” our parents, and whoever is convenient, for our troubles and bad mood. But the answers we seek elude us, as they sit right in front of our eyes.

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    Trumpet Alliance to perform a salute to Cinco de Mayo

    Cuesta College Community Programs presents A Salute to Cinco de Mayo, featuring the San Luis Obispo County Trumpet Alliance, on Sunday, May 5 at 3 p.m. at St. Timothy’s Catholic Church in Morro Bay. The concert will be a benefit fundraising performance for the United Cerebral Palsy affiliate Arts for Living. Donations are accepted at the door.

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