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Lindsay to fall off wagon in Jan

Lohan, 20, will play a stripper in the thriller I Know Who Killed Me, due to film in San Luis Obispo, Calif., in mid-January, according to the San Luis Obispo Tribune. - PEOPLE

Damn chica, going to my hometown for a spell. No better way to lose yer sobriety I say! Nothing to do in San Luis (pronounced Lew-is) Obispo, SLO but drink yo!

FROM ANSWERS.COM

San Luis Obispo
, San Luis, or SLO (Spanish for St. Louis, the Bishop) is a city in California, roughly located halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles on the Central Coast.

SLO MISSION
One of California’s oldest communities, it began with the founding of Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa in 1772 by Father Junípero Serra, on the site of a Chumash village called Tilhini...

The city of San Luis Obispo with Bishop Peak on the right and Cerro San Luis on the left.
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The city of San Luis Obispo with Bishop Peak on the right and Cerro San Luis on the left.

One of the main draws is Farmers' Market, a large festival held downtown on Higuera Street every Thursday evening year-round from 6 to 9 pm. About three-quarters of a mile of the street is closed to cars. Live entertainment is featured and local farmers and vendors sell goods and produce.






One infamous tourist destination is Bubble Gum Alley. Since about 1960, people have been sticking their chewed gum on the walls of this alley located on Higuera Street, between Broad and Garden streets.





OTHER SLO TIDBITS:
Jamba Juice, famous for its fruit smoothies, was founded in this town.

In 1990, the town was the first to ban indoor smoking in all public buildings, including bars and restaurants.

City ordinance prevents businesses of any sort (including fast-food restaurants) from constructing new drive-up or drive-through windows or services.

While studying architecture at Cal Poly, satirist and recording artist weird al deep endWeird Al Yankovic worked as a DJ at the campus radio station, KCPR. He recorded his debut song, "My Bologna," in a bathroom stall on campus.

The dentist office on the corner of Santa Rosa and Pacific St.frank lloyd wright_san luis obispo is one of very few commercial buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

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Zac Efron, actor in "High School Musical" and "Summer Land", was born here on Oct,18,87

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