A Creative Journey
California impressionist landscape "Oaks Guarding Oranges" backroad oil painting
Through the years, some of our most enjoyable travels have been along the many backroads that criss cross California.
Great fishing trip
Boy Scout Troop 214 of Los Osos had the opportunity to go deep-sea fishing July 22 thanks to the Kids At Sea Program in Morro Bay.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Sand, surf and self-confidence at Morro Bay camp
Every summer, Project Surf Camp's Executive Director Katy Davis is lured from her Texas home to spend several weeks with her "families" in Morro Bay.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
The Fresno Bee
Summertime pews: Church attendance falls as Valley heat rises
Around the nation, attendance drops in the summertime as the heat increases, and some families with children equate vacation from school with family vacation from church.
Thank you for your recent writings on the Morro Bay inn owners that ran one of town’s first sit-down restaurants .
Thu Jul 24, 2014
New Times SLO
Morro Bay artist M.L. Burdick brings color and complexity to Linnaea's Cafe
When M.L. Burdick saw a documentary about greed, she did not intend for its themes of human suffering and rampant materialism to end up in her art.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Getting away from it all, sort of
I wanted to get away. I wanted to put the world behind me. Just for a few days, you understand.
Water Music thanks
Thanks to all who recently participated in the first “Water Music Morro Bay.” It was a lot of fun to play music on the water and to celebrate the 297th anniversary of George Handel’s “Water Music.” Reserve the date for next year — July 17, 2015 — the 298th anniversary of Handel’s “Water Music.” The ... (more)
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Squeezed by drought, farmer donates avocado harvest to the hungry
Forty volunteers harvested more than 1,600 pounds of avocados from Rick Sauerwein's Morro Bay property Saturday, July 19, GleanSLO Program Manager Jen Miller said.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Camp Hapitok has a legacy of learning
Marlene has consistently served on the board for Friends of Hapitok. Her daughter, Susan Lauman, was once a teen volunteer.
Il y a 2 semaines a...Morro Bay
Il y a 2 semaines a Morro Bay qui se trouve sur la fameuse Highway 1 - menant de Los Angeles a San Francisco.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Cambria's general manager will stay put
Over the past year or so, Cambria’s services district has lost a significant amount of institutional knowledge through the resignations and retirements of key personnel.
Fire reported at Morro Bay Power Plant
Mike Jones captured video of the smoke coming from the Morro Bay Power Plant, not far from his surf shop, Azhiaziam.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Attention, Country Music Hall of Fame Voters: Here's...
First of all, I understand the responsibility that you have to the industry and to the Hall as you go through your voting process each year.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Morro Bay celebrates 50 years of cityhood
Bolstered by the new economic base of a revenue-generating power plant and with ambitions to improve local services, Morro Bay officially became a city on July 17, 1964.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Mountain lion sightings prompt warning in Morro Bay
A mountain lion has been spotted roaming the hills near the 2300 block of Nutmeg Avenue in Morro Bay.
United Way of SLO County announces new board members
United Way Board officers include president Alexis Okumura, owner of Alexis Interiors; vice president of community impact Dena Bellman, parks and recreation specialist at the Oceano Dunes District of State Parks; secretary Debbie Lewis, a retired principal; and treasurer Ryan Caldwell, partner and wealth adviser at RE Wacker Wealth Partners.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Morro Bay inn owners ran one of town's first sit-down restaurants
During Morro Bay's incorporation, they owned and operated The Galley Restaurant and Bayshore Fish Market.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Coastwalk hikes from Piedras Blancas to Point Buchon
Editor’s note: We’re pleased to continue Michele Roest’s column, formerly known as “Stewardship Travel,” under its new rubric, “Coast Lines.” It will share with readers the wealth of natural resources on or near our coast.
Fish-quota fund creates safe harbor for California town
MORRO BAY, Calif. - Anyone seeking to learn about the fishing heritage of this port city, named for the huge rock that dominates its harbor, need only amble over to the "Liar's Bench," a sitting area along the Embarcadero for fishermen prone to telling tall tales.