Monthly Archives: November 2008

1970s: Voice of the Coast was the Alternative Paper

I had all the issues of the “Voice of the Coast,” an alternative paper published in the 1970s but I passed them on, and hope they’re in good hands. Today I think we might consider “Voice of the Coast” a … Continue reading

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Image Capturers Deb & Michael Wong: I want a Double Rainbow with a Blue Sky

[Photo by Deb & Michael Wong, Spring Mountain Gallery.) Want to see it up close? Half Moon Bay photographers Deb and Michael Wong framed the “Double Rainbow” pix for Barbara’s Fishtrap.

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1925: Defends Princeton-by-the-Sea as the popular Prohibition-era Resort

[Around the time this article appeared, Mr. Patroni of the Patorni House, had been questioned regarding his possible involvement in rumrunning and bootlegging activities.] From the “Half Moon Bay Review,” 1925 “One of the most popular resorts on the Coastside … Continue reading

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Cars on Film: If you missed Princeton Seafood's 1st Hot Rod Show

Half Moon Bay photographers Michael & Deb Wong, of Spring Mountain Gallery were on the scene. To enjoy the pix from the car show, or order an image, please click here

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Mavericks, Sun. Dec 12: Pretend Surfing the "Big Wave" at the County History Museum

For more information, please call the San Mateo County History Museum: 650.299.0104

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