When Caitlyn Jenner’s stunning transformation appeared on the cover of Vanity Fair, it thrust an emerging field of cosmetic surgery into the public eye. And it’s not just the transgender community taking note of the results.
Navigating love among the cubicles
Conventional wisdom may hold that office romances are a no-no, but that didn’t stop these five couples. Here’s how they made love work at work.
SLO Symphony rings in 2016
A festive evening marks the end of a contentious year that saw the departure of the symphony’s longtime conductor.
The Force is with these Star Wars fans
The Force is strong in avid “Star Wars” fans, who have been eagerly awaiting the new film since it was announced in 2012.
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Niche fitness is big business
Specialized studio fitness options thrive as entrepreneurs tap into a growing market.
Real ‘Jersey Boys’ returning to stage
The musicians behind the Four Seasons and other headliners reprise some of their chart-toppers as The Hit Men.
Opera cultivates collaboration in latest show
A city-wide arts collaboration brings a dual bill of Italian verisimo opera to town.
Poised for triumph
Cal Poly Baseball has produced more professional athletes than any other program at the university. Without the recruiting power of larger schools, what’s the secret to their success?
Designing a Dream Home
David Bourke has built a number of dream homes in his career as an architect in the mountains surrounding Lake Tahoe. But he recently designed the Dream Home—the HGTV 2014 Dream Home, a modern mountain retreat awarded to a lucky viewer.
13,000 foot drop is the ride of my life
Want to jump out of a perfectly good airplane?” my boyfriend asks. He sounds as casual as if he were asking about renting a movie. “Sure,” I reply, just as nonchalant. I wonder if I’ll be so casual standing at the open door of the plane, looking at the ground 13,000 feet below.
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