Nick Wilson

Reporter, The Tribune

Reporter, The Tribune

Nick Wilson on KCRW

The city of San Luis Obispo is divided on what its public art should look like going forward.   
  The city has plans to erect a sculpture of Theodore Roosevelt in a local park.…

San Luis Obispo divided on city’s public art

The city of San Luis Obispo is divided on what its public art should look like going forward.  The city has plans to erect a sculpture of Theodore Roosevelt in a local park.…

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