Paris 1643 is the setting for the summer show, “The Liar,” at By the Sea Productions in Morro Bay. This laugh-out-loud comedy features Dorante, who cannot tell the truth, and Cliton, who cannot tell a lie. Their hilarious misadventures, complete with mistaken identities, misplaced affections, and outrageous confusion are all, of course, resolved in the happy ending.
Friends of Yes We Can Peacebuilders are invited to come to a fundraiser concert starring Amalia Fleming and Edie Irving on Sunday, July 28 from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Wine Seller in the Marina Square on the Embarcadero. Donations of $10 will bring you a wonderful afternoon of music by two Morro Bay High School student professional performers who are making a difference with their lives for peace in our world.
Members of the Morro Bay Neighborhood Watch Association invite the community to come out and enjoy the 36th Annual National Night Out with the Morro Bay Police Department on Tuesday, Aug. 6 at the Cloisters Park from 5 to 7 p.m. A delicious barbecue is offered but you are asked to bring a potluck dish to share. Musical entertainment is being offered by Mermaid’s Fiddle.
Just in time for July 4th celebrations, the Morro Bay Maritime Museum brings a World War II Army Crash Rescue Boat to the harbor for display and tours. The Maritime Museum became involved in this effort after being asked by Tourism Director, Jennifer Little to see about having a military vessel in the harbor for July 4. Larry Newland, Operations Manager for the museum arranged with the owner of this unusual vessel to bring it to Morro Bay and they sailed it north from Long Beach on June 17.
Just because you speak English, does not follow that the people you live and work with know what you mean when you communicate. Misunderstandings lead to grudges, arguments, and hurt feelings. We think we’re clear and clever but end up confused by the other’s reactions and criticized. Given how important good communication is for our personal and professional relationships, it always amazes me how little time we spend cultivating the skills it requires. We’d rather suffer the consequences of indignation, embarrassment, and frustration, than to humble ourselves and learn how to effectively express our thoughts, needs, and desires.
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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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A photo essay by Ruth Ann Angus