Category: EXTRA

Steve Dwelle to speak at EWM

198 missions to his name, Dwelle will reflect on his military career at the Wednesday, September 4...

Sip & Savor, July 2019

Summer’s On – It’s Time for Rosé With the arrival of summer, the Paso Robles...

The Food Bank, the SandBox and Homeless in the Riverbed

The Paso Robles City Council declared June 7, 2019, as Hunger Awareness Day. The proclamation honored the Food Bank of San Luis Obispo County’s work and commemorated its 30 years of operation. Doug Major, SLO Food Bank board...

Paso Police and Starbucks Host ‘Coffee With a Cop’

On Wednesday, June 5, from 8 to 10 a.m. the Paso Robles Police Department will host its first “Coffee with a Cop” event in conjunction with Starbucks at their store at 1495 Creston Road. Starbucks will provide a free cup of coffee to participants.

Near Miss! A-Town Video Palace Gets a Second Chance

After 31 years John’s Video Palace almost gave up its ghost, but in movie style fashion a hero showed up out of nowhere. The Atascadero locally owned video rental store (yes, they still exist) came close to shutting its doors for good when another local business pitched in a helping hand.

Templeton Eagles Softball CIF Champions

Congratulations to the Templeton High School softball team for their CIF championship! You gotta love the small town showing up for their Eagles motorcade!    ...

Downtown Spring Wine Stroll

The Paso downtown winery scene is gathering momentum as was evident at the Downtown Spring Wine Stroll on April 27. Wine glasses in hand, dogs on leashes or clutching bags of popcorn, wine lovers leisurely sauntered downtown...

Earth Day at Castoro

Earth Day Celebration by Local Sustainable Leader, Castoro Cellars Where is a better place to...

Paso Robles Updating Noise Regulations

The City of Paso Robles will be updating the Paso Robles General Plan Noise Element and preparing a new Noise Ordinance for acceptable standards.

Locals-Only Deal Ends Friday

Get your Paso Robles Wine Festival Discount Today The only discounts available to the Annual Paso...

Woman rescued from Salinas River

A woman was rescued by the Paso Robles Department of Emergency Services Monday afternoon in the Salinas River. The unidentified woman was found approximately 50 yards from the water’s edge in the 1500 block of North River Road....

Feel Like a Star?

Wine Country Theatre, of Paso Robles, welcomes singers, dancers and actors, ages 14 – 80, to...

Wine Trends in 2019

A new year looms. So as we take a cup of kindness yet for auld lang syne, let’s look forward...

Speak Up About the Railroad Street Concept

City of Paso Robles has been working with downtown merchants and stakeholders to re-imagine Railroad Street as a creatively-designed historic district.

Chamber Hosts Trip to Silicon Valley

Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce to tour Facebook, LinkedIn, and BootUp Ventures on Oct. 17 for educational, inspirational, and relationship-building.

International Grenache Day Celebrated at Niner Wine Estates

Grenache, one of the most widely planted red wine grape in the world, was celebrated in all its glory during International Grenache Day, September 21, at a tasting hosted by Paso Robles Rhône Rangers chapter at Niner Wine Estates.

Paso Night Out

Oct 2nd will be the fifth consecutive year that the safety organizations in Paso will stage the city-wide safety-awareness event in City Park.

Annual Senior BBQ Tickets on Sale

Let’s celebrate our local seniors while supporting the Paso Robles Senior Center Tickets are now on sale for the “Celebrate Seniors BBQ”, a fundraiser for the Paso Robles Senior Center. The BBQ takes place on Saturday, October...

Harmony Wine & Beer Festival

The tiny rural town of Harmony on Central Coast celebrated its first wine & beer festival in early August.

Mid-State Fair Monday – JULY 2

The California Mid-State Fair is only 16 days away!  Here are this week’s important updates: The VIP Hospitality Tent New this year and available for concert-goers is a VIP Hospitality Tent, located inside the Main Grandstand...

Robert Hall Winery showcases Paso’s diversity

Robert Hall Winery’s founding winemaker Don Brady is crafting exciting wines under the Cavern Select label. This portfolio of small lot production includes impressive Rhône style wines, cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay, zinfandel — and the new addition of vermentino.

PRYAF Calls for Volunteers

Paso Robles Youth Arts Foundation (PRYAF) seeks professional volunteers with skills and special experience in different areas.

PASO Magazine and Pioneer Museum host May 9 Chamber Mixer

The Paso Robles Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce their selection for Roblan of the Month and Beautification of the Month for May to be honored at the Membership Mixer being hosted by PASO Magazine and the Pioneer Museum at the Museum on Wednesday, May 9.

Paso Robles visionary vintner Robert Haas dies at 90

Co-founder of Tablas Creek Vineyard and Winery, Robert Haas left an indelible mark on California’s Central Coast over his seven-decade career. He helped usher in the modern “Rhône Rangers” movement by importing new cuttings of more than a dozen grapes varieties common to France’s southern Rhône Valley.

Local Lager Makes Comeback

Community Launch at Studios on The Park Set for March 7 Nearly 18 years after the release of the...

POSTPONED Coyote Rock Ranch Round Up

Horse Show at Paso Robles Event Center presented risk of equine herpes virus The Pacific Coast Cutting Horse Association and The Paso Robles Event Center have decided to postpone the upcoming Coyote Rock Ranch Round Up horse...

Voice of Paso Hits 100

VOP marks 100th live local remote broadcast The Voice of Paso (VOP) will present its 100th live...

Race to Save the Printery

Tent City Marathon — Atascadero’s First Full Marathon — to Help Rebuild Historic Building The...

Listening to Music Series 2018

Ever wished you knew more about classical music? Listening to Music series is for you! Ron Tarica shares his insights in this series of classes, each 6-week session focusing on a different musical period. Music of the 20th—21st Century, 1900 to Today: Major composers. Music of American Composers from 1750 to Today.

Edith & Molly – Vet Tails Jan. 2018

Molly was about 10 years old and had suffered from chronic pancreatitis, a gastrointestinal condition that results in inappetence, vomiting, and diarrhea — developing Diabetes. Over time, Edith and I worked together to get Molly’s diabetes and pancreatitis well-managed and Edith and I became good friends …


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