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Local band to debut at Pine Street Saloon

Band made up of three local musicians –Noah Cryns, a local guitarist and singer, has started a band called the VineTones who play cover music […]Full Article

Chef Tim Veatch creates traditional La Buche de Noel cake

A dramatic centerpiece for the holiday table –The holiday season is all about indulgence, good food, wine and baking decadent desserts. So how appropriate for […]Full Article

Dec. 14, Persian cuisine debuts in Paso Robles

New owners at Su Casa feature dishes from Iran – New owners who recently opened Su Casa Bar & Grill at 2927 Spring Street. where the […]Full Article

Whimsy meets wine at Dale Evers Studio Dec. 9, 10

-Promoted post- Artist reception hosted Dec. 9 from 5-8 p.m. –Local artist and designer Dale Evers will be hosting a holiday open house on Dec. 9 […]Full Article

Posada in the Park set for Dec. 4

The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) in Paso Robles is hosting a new event this Sunday, Dec. 4, celebrating an Hispanic Christmas tradition. […]Full Article

Movie review: A brave new wizarding world in ‘Fantastic Beasts’

–After eight films and a decade at the box office, the “Harry Potter” franchise drew to a close. In the five years since that time, […]Full Article

The history of Paso Robles’ Pine Street Saloon

By Buffalo Benford Standley A local resident shares the history of one of Paso Robles’ longest standing businesses –As they say in the TV business […]Full Article

Vina Robles nominated for ‘Best Small Outdoor Venue’

–The Vina Robles Amphitheatre in Paso Robles, under exclusive contract to Nederlander Concerts, has been nominated for the first time as North America’s “Best Small Outdoor […]Full Article

Movie review: ‘Arrival’ looks at the nature of time

– It would probably be easy to look at a movie called “Arrival” that is about alien visitors and boasts a strong cast and think […]Full Article

California Poet Laureate Dana Gioia to read from new collection

Reviewed by Sheana Ochoa The language of 99 Poems seeks the universal —Local residents can catch California Poet Laureate Dana Gioia when he reads from […]Full Article