Santa Maria Sun / Hot Stuff
PHOTO COURTESY OF DULCIE TAYLOR
Central Coast local Dulcie Taylor brings her unmistakable voice to Santa Maria for a performance at Costa de Oro Winery on Nov. 21, where she will perform songs from her new album Wind Over Stone. The show begins at 3 p.m. at the winery, 1331 Nicholson Ave., Santa Maria. More information is available at dulcietaylor.com.
PHOTO COURTESY OF DAVID BURKE/WIKI COMMONS
The iconic ladies of hip hop—Cheryl James and Sandra Denton, known as Salt-N-Pepa together and respectively—are coming to the Chumash Casino Resort on Nov. 19 for an evening concert with special guest Spinderella. They will perform their hits like “Push It” and “Let’s Talk About Sex” at the casino, 3400 Highway 246, Santa Ynez. More information is available at 686-0855 or chumashcasino.com.
PHOTO COURTESY OF THE WILDLING MUSEUM
Visions of home
The Wildling Museum in Solvang is dedicated to stoking our natural interest and wonder of the wilderness. The museum currently features the exhibit Legacy and Loss: Landscapes of the Santa Barbara Region, which reveals plenty of the natural wonder found within a day’s drive. The exhibit shows through Feb. 1 at the museum, 1511 Mission Drive, Solvang. More information is available at 688-1082 or wildlingmuseum.org.
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