Independence Day in Cayucos featured a “Hippie Bus” hot rods, dancers, fire trucks, World War II replica vehicles, several rock band floats, and even a pirate pulling a couple of mermaids in a dinghy could be spotted at the parade.
Laura DickinsonThe Tribune
Cayucos Independence Day parade rocks the coast
Firefighters attack brush fire on Nipomo Mesa from ground and air
U.S. Air Force Ospreys in SLO for training
Making mozzarella with SLO's Dr. Louis Tedone
Local cheesemaker Dr. Tedone featured in 'Lives Well Lived' documentary
Last-minute prep for opening day at the Mid-State Fair
How a homeless man with terminal cancer played a concert at SLO Brew
Scenes from the Bridge Fire in Cambria's East Village
(Not so) smooth criminals
Tips to safeguard your home from burglars
Best practices for preventing fires at home
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At 94, Dr. Louis Tedone still makes fresh mozzarella every day - just the way he did for his parents' deli in Brooklyn when he was a teenager. "The sooner you eat it after its made, the better it is." His cheese is sold at DePalo & Sons in Shell Beach.
Dr. Louis "Lou" Tedone, San Luis Obispo's first pediatrician, is featured in a documentary called "Lives Well Lived: Celebrating the Secrets, Wit & Wisdom of Age." Tedone, 94, is known for the mozzarella he makes every morning. It's sold at DePalo & Sons in Shell Beach.
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Peoples' Self-Help Housing seeks to partner with San Luis Obispo employers to help fund a housing project on Broad Street that would assist workers in buying a home. John Fowler, president of Peoples' Self-Help Housing, explains the project.
Central Coast Jeep Tour Adventures' bright orange 1980s Jeep Scrambler takes you on a tour of the back roads and dirt trails of Paso Robles wine country. Its among the businesses and wineries offering off-road adventures on the Central Coast.
Steinbeck Vineyards & Winery on Union Road in Paso Robles has offered vintage Jeep tours of its extensive Paso Robles property since 2003. In this 2009 video, Cindy Steinbeck Newkirk drives a 1958 Willy's Jeep over the bumpy roads.