For three weeks this summer, local actors are showing the Central Coast that going to the theater doesn’t have to be fancy.
Central Coast Living
Central Coast Living takes a trip back in time at Bitter Creek Western Railroad where the tracks are lined with nostalgia and imagination.
The Pacific Conservatory Theater, better known as PCPA, will debut its summer season of plays and musicals this weekend at the iconic Solvang Festival Theater.
Central Coast Living is full of hidden treasures and different perspectives. The same is true at a new business in downtown San Luis Obispo where visitors aim to make a great escape.
In the middle of the little Danish town of Solvang is Ostrichland USA.
Central Coast Living is a new lifestyle for some donkeys in Arroyo Grande. After suffering from abuse, neglect or homelessness, a local couple is taking these animals in to live out their days.
World-class equestrians are competing on the Central Coast this week at a local facility that’s garnering recognition across the horse community.
An Airstream trailer parked in picturesque Edna Valley is taking the phrase “rose all day” to another level.
Teaming with tiny wildflowers and tourists, the Carrizo Plain National Monument is seeing an unusual amount of traffic, all because of a mesmerizing super bloom.
The recent rain has transformed our local landscape just in time for the greenest holiday on the calendar – St. Patrick’s Day.
A new local business is peddling its produce across downtown San Luis Obispo, 14 customers at a time.
Along the embarcadero in Morro Bay, Giovanni’s Fish Market is serving up local seafood just like they have been for over 40 years.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, we took a tour of a local chocolate production facility few people get to see, aside from the college kids who run it.
One of the South Coast’s biggest events is underway this week.
There’s an unusual tree on Chorro St. in downtown San Luis Obispo.