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NEWS
February 11, 2013 | By Anne Harnagel, Los Angeles Times staff writer
Want to see San Luis Obispo on foot? Fair warning: This is no leisurely docent-led stroll. The San Luis Obispo Marathon + Half is back for its second running April 6 and 7. The weekend will kick off Saturday morning with a 5K race, featuring two loops around the Madonna Inn property followed by a downhill finish. A kids' fun run also will take place that morning at the inn. On Sunday the marathon and half marathon will take runners through downtown San Luis Obispo, past the Fremont Theatre, Mission San Luis Obispo and neighborhoods filled with Victorian and Craftsman homes.
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FOOD
February 9, 2013 | By David Karp
As part of a great California olive oil boom, now at least a dozen olive oil vendors are selling at local farmers markets, up from only a couple a decade ago. Most offer a good product, but there are few who, like Michael O'Brien of Paso Gold , provide local, fresh, high-quality, certified organic oil, sold by the farmer himself in the agricultural section of the market. The combination of new varieties from Europe, high-density systems and mechanized harvest led to a surge in plantings of olives for oil, from a few hundred acres two decades ago to about 30,000 today, said Paul Vossen , a University of California farm advisor.
SPORTS
January 5, 2013 | By Baxter Holmes
Trace the arc of UCLA's season back to its horrible loss to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. That was the flash point, when the Bruins faithful called for Coach Ben Howland's head on a platter, for massive lineup changes, for the whole foundation to be torn down and rebuilt. It was Nov. 25. The season was six games old. But since then, UCLA has played nine games and won eight, including seven in a row after Saturday's 68-60 triumph over Stanford in front of 10,266 at Pauley Pavilion.
BUSINESS
December 25, 2012 | By Laura J. Nelson, Los Angeles Times
SAN LUIS OBISPO - Jake Devincenzi was thrilled to get his hands on Google's new Nexus 4 smartphone. He admired its sleek black case and large touch screen - and he couldn't wait to tear it apart. In a small room cluttered with discarded computer parts, Devincenzi picked up a blue plastic stylus and eased the tool into a seam on the side of the phone as three co-workers watched. Minutes later, a pop. The tear-down had begun. "We're in," he said, and grinned. Each time Devincenzi plucked a part from the Nexus 4, he took a high-resolution photo and posted it online.
NEWS
December 17, 2012 | By Anne Harnagel
Travelers heading to the Central Coast next month should pack their appetites as well as their bags in anticipation of San Luis Obispo County's annual Restaurant Month, which takes place Jan 1.-Jan.31. More than 40 restaurants in Morro Bay, Paso Robles, Pismo Beach, San Luis Obispo and other communities throughout the county are preparing special three-course menus for $30 plus tax, per person. To complement the meals, wines from the Paso Robles and San Luis Obispo wine country are available at an additional charge.
SPORTS
November 27, 2012
UCLA vs. Cal State Northridge When: 9 p.m. Where: Pauley Pavilion. On the air: TV: Pac-12 Networks; Radio: 570. Records: UCLA 4-2; Cal State Northridge 6-1. Update: In a nationwide survey conducted by the U.S. Naval Academy media relations office, Cal State Northridge has the youngest team in the country in terms of playing experience, with 17 active players who have 11 total seasons of college basketball experience,...
SPORTS
November 27, 2012 | By Baxter Holmes
The film doesn't lie. When the UCLA basketball team broke down footage of its upset loss to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, "it was brutal," freshman Jordan Adams said Tuesday. "We didn't play hard," he added. "The film showed it all. " The Bruins fell, 70-68, Sunday after leading the Mustangs by 18 points in the second half. The loss dropped UCLA (4-2) out of the Associated Press poll. The Bruins had been ranked No. 11. Before the season, opponents such as San Luis Obispo would have been considered cupcake wins for a talented UCLA team that featured the nation's top recruiting class.
SPORTS
November 26, 2012 | By David Wharton
The learning curve just got a lot steeper for UCLA's young basketball team. So far this season, the Bruins have struggled to find the right mix for a lineup that features four freshmen. They have searched for solutions on offense and defense. "It's a lot of new pieces," guard Shabazz Muhammad said. "We have to learn how to jell. " On Sunday night, they suffered their toughest lesson yet with a 70-68 loss to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo at Pauley Pavilion. Playing in front of a sparse home crowd, the No. 11 Bruins failed to maintain an 18-point lead in the second half as the visiting Mustangs buried them under a barrage of three-point shots and putbacks.
SPORTS
November 24, 2012 | By Baxter Holmes
The UCLA and USC basketball teams return to action Sunday at home, and heading into those games both head coaches feel the exact same way about their teams. "We've got a long way to go," USC's Kevin O'Neill said. Said UCLA's Ben Howland: "We've got a long way to go. " Howland's No. 11-ranked Bruins (4-1) play host to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo (1-2) at 7 p.m. at Pauley Pavilion. USC (3-2) faces No. 25 San Diego State (2-1) at 7 p.m. at the Galen Center. For USC and UCLA, it will be their first games since playing in tournaments against stiff competition.
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