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Explore the mission on docent-led tours Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa, founded in 1772 by Franciscan missionaries, is the fifth of the 21 Spanish missions established in Alta California. The mission has always been situated near its present location, close to the reliable water of San Luis Creek. Located...

Mike Sinor of Sinor LaValle Winery –How does one graduate from working at his father’s auto wrecking yard in Visalia to a winemaker on the Central...

–The Point San Luis Lighthouse, closed due to the pandemic, is offering docent-led interactive virtual tours instead. Using Zoom, a docent will lead...

Courtney Johnson, who has served as the County’s Airports Deputy Director since Jan. 2019, will serve as interim director starting Oct. 10. –San Luis...

–After helping clients with San Luis Obispo water damage restoration, the water damage restoration specialist Servpro has issued a report on common...

Roosters, history, museums, ice cream, pizza, wine, beer, ghosts, farms, theater, festivals, and the gateway to adventure, all of this and more is awaiting...

The 880-acre Pismo Preserve was officially opened on January 25, 2020 following six years of fundraising, design, permitting and construction. Purchased...

Hot Shots Pool in Pismo Beach Daily offerings of fun for the entire family The best souvenirs to bring back from vacation are good stories. With pool tables,...

Serving up home-cooked goodness The Station Grill is the perfect location for a hearty breakfast before a day of exploring or a lunch break in a day of...

The thin, weary bear wandered through the brush and along the sand dunes, down to the edge of a lake among the dunes. He stopped and sniffed the air before...