Try the Trend: Artisan Ice Cream of the Central Coast

It looks like we may have emerged from the cold and wet weather that has plagued the Central Coast for the last couple of months. That means sunny skies and warmer weather are in the forecast! With even warmer temperatures on the way, it’s time to check out the new wave of shops filling many previously empty storefronts—artisan ice cream.

Photo: (c) Zachariah Hagy

What’s New with Vintage Paso: The 2019 Festival

Paso Robles and Zinfandel wine have a long history that’s blossomed into a beautiful love story. As Paso’s first wine, Zinfandel has been here since the beginning—before the national recognition, and before the impressive titles. Beginning March 15th, we’d like to raise a glass to our region’s first wine with the celebration of Vintage Paso: Zinfandel Weekend.

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Five Film Fest Favorites | 25th Annual SLO Film Fest

We all love a good movie, and with the 25th Annual SLO Film Fest right around the corner, its time we honor the makers of these masterpieces. The SLO Film Fest has been honoring film on the cinematic Central Coast for 25 years, this year’s event will take place March 12-17th in downtown San Luis Obispo, Paso Robles, and Morro Bay.

8 #CentralCoasting Activities for When it Stays Lighter Longer

This Sunday, we “spring forward” to find our days filled with another brilliant hour of sunshine. Once Daylight Savings Time takes effect on Sunday at 2 AM, the sun won’t set on the Central Coast until after 7 pm, giving us plenty of time after work or school to enjoy the outdoors.

Photo: (c) Freddie Marriage

Take a Break Without Breaking the Bank on CA’s Central Coast

Spring break is right around the corner, and while that Alaskan cruise may be out of the budget, that doesn’t mean you and your family should nix vacation all together. There a plenty of ways to take a break without breaking the bank this Spring on California’s Central Coast.