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PLAYWRITING WORKSHOP

Share your reentry story! Workshops Sundays from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and Wednesdays 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Poetic Justice Project, 323-B Town Center West, Santa Maria. Co-facilitated by poet & playwright Deborah Tobola and playwright & actor Leah Joki. Call 805-264-5463 for more information.

ART AND SOUL FUNDRAISER FEATURES SINGER AND SOUL FOOD

April 24—save the date! Songs by Amaris Taylor and soul food by Papa Jay’s Quezine at the Cornerstone Community Room, 705 S. McClelland Street in Santa Maria. The $40 dinner ticket includes Papa Jay’s entrees of tri-tip, ribs and chicken, along with sides of potato salad, mac and cheese and red beans. Dessert includes sweet potato pie, peach cobbler, brownies and bread pudding. Limited seating—buy your ticket here.

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A former SLO inmate draws on real-life experiences for his role in the Web series 'Solitary'

Poetic Justice Project presents an original play in its new micro theater BY JOE PAYNE

 

 

Deborah Tobola and Poetic Justice Project receive Looking Forward Award for Leadership and Vision

Watch PJP actor William Brown, star of the new web TV series The wHOLE!