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Paso Robles library launches adult coloring club

First meet up is Thursday, Jan. 12 —Who says coloring is just for children? According to a recent Washington Post article, adult coloring is the […]Full Article

2017 art displays kick off with local artist Betty Scanlan

—The Paso Robles City Library will feature the water colors of artist Betty Scanlan as the January 2017’s artist of the month. In her artist […]Full Article

Q & A with Steve Key from Songwriters at Play

Songwriters at Play is brought to us by Steve Key. I had first heard of it a few years back and have attended a couple […]Full Article

Woman arrested after attempting to sell stolen backpack to undercover officer

Most of the stolen property has been returned to the rightful owner –Kerry Lynn Allison, a 52-year-old woman from Paso Robles, was taken into custody […]Full Article

Best local sparkling wines for the holidays

—With the holidays just around the corner, we put a call out to local wineries for their top holiday wine recommendations. They did not disappoint. […]Full Article

Legacy Retirement: Is 70 the new 65?

-Promoted post- Why americans are working longer Contributed by Legacy Retirement Advisors –Age 65 has long been considered the traditional retirement age, and not coincidentally […]Full Article

Movie review: Tom Ford delivers a visually stunning quagmire in ‘Nocturnal Animals’

–Cinema, as an art form, can do a lot of different things. For many independent films, you have a blank slate to create a rich […]Full Article

San Luis Obispo PD to increase holiday DUI enforcement

Local law enforcement will step up DUI crackdown as of Dec. 16 — This holiday season, San Luis Obispo police will be out looking for drunk […]Full Article

The Carolyn Sills Combo to play at Pine Street Saloon

Western swing and classic country band playing one last Paso Robles show for the year – 2016 was a banner year for The Carolyn Sills Combo, […]Full Article

Alcoholics Anonymous left homeless in Paso Robles

Support groups will need to find a new meeting place by February 2017 –Leaders at St. James Episcopal Church will stop hosting meetings for Alcoholics Anonymous and similar support groups […]Full Article