Rock & Brews, a rock’n’roll-themed casual dining chain and the most recent business venture of Kiss frontmen Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, will open Monday in Vacaville, becoming the chain’s first Northern California location.
A pop-up store focusing on locally made arts and crafts made by women in San Luis Obispo County will be open through the holiday season in the heart of downtown. The temporary store, SLOcally Made, is open through Sunday, December 24, 2017, at 870 Monterey St. Items for sale include leatherwork, weaving, painting, metal-smithing, screen printing and authorship.
A promotional video outlines the features of Amazon's Key service, which allows deliveries inside Prime customers' homes. A starter kit includes an indoor security camera and a smart lock that can be operated remotely.
The long-awaited Inn at the Pier opened in Pismo Beach in November 2017. Located at 601 Cypress St., it features 104 rooms (including five suites), 4,800 square feet of special event space, a rooftop bar, a full-service restaurant, beach cruiser rentals and more.
The Amazon U.S. fulfillment network consists of more than 50 fulfillment centers, over 20 sortation centers and more than 90,000 full-time employees. The company is hiring around 2,500 people in the South Sound for the holiday shopping season.
The new San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport terminal's official opening date is Nov. 1, 2017. The facility is 56,000 square feet — almost 40,000 square feet larger than the existing terminal. High ceilings and a new outdoor courtyard are among the highlights of the new building.
Dark Nectar Coffee Roaster at 5915 Entrada Ave. in Atascadero started brewing and roasting in September 2017. Dark Nectar set up its second store after owner Danny Jones said the business began to outgrow its Templeton location.
A controversial, dark gray three-story building in the heart of downtown San Luis Obispo must get a new paint job, the City Council decided Tuesday, October 3, 2017. Some people said they liked the project’s charcoal gray facade at Santa Rosa and Marsh streets. But others called it "hideous." Take a look at the building ... what do you think?