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At Claudia Marshall's New Wine Bar: January 2: Curtis Turner Acoustic Guitar & Amazing Vocalist

Visit the new Wine Bar at the Harbor Village (next door to Harbor Village Books), Princeton-by-the-=Sea Hello, Please join us for live music (Curtis Turner Acoustic Guitar & Amazing Vocalist)  Saturday evening January 2nd 6:30 – 10:30. We also feature … Continue reading

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John Vonderlin: (1856) The Separation of Counties

Story by John Vonderlin Email John (benloudman@sbcglobal.net) Hi June, This article apeared in  the January 28th, 1888 issue, of the “Pacific Rural Press.” Notes on San Mateo County. Editors PRESS :—The county of San Mateo is set off from the southern … Continue reading

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Joel Bratman: Travel Vicariously to Christmas in San Jose Park

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John Vonderlin: A story that evokes the Coastside's Past

Hi June, Most of the stories in James Hutchings’s magazines or books concern Yosemite or the Sierra Gold Fields. His “Farallone” story  was a welcome exception. Though I know of no stories of his specifically about the Coastside, there is a … Continue reading

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Claudia Marshall Opens Her New Wine Bar

Half Moon Bay’s Claudia Marshall seen here with Miramar musician/songwriter Mo Robinson, welcomed guests to the opening of her new Wine Bar next door to Harbor Books in the Harbor Village Shopping Center, Princeton-By-The-Sea. A nice crowd arrived to do … Continue reading

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Whether it happens or not, We're Celebrating Mavericks: Photographer Michael Wong's "Rainbow Pier"

“Rainbow Pier” image by Michael Wong Photographer Deb Wong says: Last week, Mike got a nice shot next to the Pacifica pier, where the waves brought up rainbows.  I took video of it, but it didn’t show up. However, Mike … Continue reading

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Whether it Happens or Not, We're Celebrating Mavericks. Short Story by Michaele Benedict

Thalassophilia by Michaele Benedict “The sea is calm tonight”, Matthew Arnold’s poem “Dover Beach” begins, with the ocean setting the background for an impassioned plea: “Let us be true to one another.” The ocean is the background for many Coastsiders … Continue reading

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Whether it Happens or Not, We're Celebrating Mavericks: Here's What Local Collin Tiura Says

June, I flipped my Zodiac (inflatable boat-with a 40 h.p. motor) surfing waves at Mavericks, years ago, before it became famous. ………..Collin

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Whether it happens or not, We're Celebrating Mavericks: The Water Images of Photographer/Artist Susan Friedman

Water Images by Photographer/Artist Susan Friedman [Horse Swimming--Annie Surfer--Annie & Surfer]

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Whether it happens or not, We're Celebrating Mavericks: Interview with Jeff Clark

Story by June Morrall [Image of Jeff Clark by Jerry Koontz] As I was working on my Princeton-By-The-Sea book a couple of years ago I interviewed Coastside surfer Jeff Clark, the “face” of Mavericks. I’m a bit older than Jeff … Continue reading

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