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That's good: Slow Money SLO, which provides education, promotion, and guidance to small food- and beverage- related businesses in an effort to create a thriving local food economy, is sharpening its focus. The nonprofit's new spotlight series will bring the limelight to one rotating local business. This May 8, tour SLO's own Whalebird Kombucha brewery, meet the team, learn about Whalebird's growler club, sample new flavors, and catch up on the most recent Slow Money SLO happenings, including peer-to-peer lending (find out more at slowmoneyslo.org) ... Coming up quick: Do you have your tickets yet? The anticipated Paso Robles Wine Festival kicks off May 18 to 20, so get your tickets now and choose from hundreds of wineries in one convenient setting.

Hayley Thomas Cain believes in the local food economy. She can be reached at hthomas@newtimesslo.com.

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