April 1, 2016 - American Way Magazine
With acres of vineyards and olive orchards, Paso Robles is a foodie and wine-lover’s dream. But it’s the city’s warm hospitality that turns every guest into a life-long friend
March 31, 2016 - New Times - Volume 30, Issue 36
For everything that artists make, it takes a little bit of resources from the earth.
March 24, 2016 - New Times - Volume 30, Issue 35
The circle of life stops for no man. The earth keeps on spinning round and round, each sunrise bleeds into the following sunset, and the art of the day continues changing with the passage of time.
March 18, 2016 - Paso Robles Press, A1
Senior Josh Potter and Junior Carlo Del Valle, both students at Paso Robles High School, have hit the big time, selling their very own works of art out of the new student art gallery at Studios on the Park.
Studios on the Park and the Paso Robles Joint Unified School District have joined forces to provide free arts education to all students in the district. The first of a series of art exhibits featuring student work was debuted at a reception Saturday, Nov. 14, during Paso Robles’ annual Elegant Holiday Evening Downtown. Both Potter and Del Valle were part of the first display and sold work just a few months into the showing.
March 12, 2016 - CBS SF Bay Area
Beginning March 20, longer daylight hours and Mother Nature combine to embrace the moment known as the spring equinox. In Northern California, for winemakers, the start of spring means that bud break cannot be far away. For the rest of us, it’s a good time for planning spring getaways within about three hours’ drive to the north, south and east of San Francisco.