Monthly Archives: January 2009

Mich Cato Remembers a Character-filled Princeton

Story by Mich Cato Email Mich (mishmag@aol.com) Hi June, I was very pleased to come across your website about Princeton-b-t-S. My husband and I lived there from 1975 for a couple of years or so and have fond memories of … Continue reading

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I don't see a wave Do you see a wave?

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I'm in the mood for blues….

In my mailbox: DEAR FRIENDS AND BLUES LOVERS! BLUES HARMONICA PLAYER, GUITARIST AND VOCALIST ANDY SANTANA WILL APPEAR AT THE HALF MOON BAY BREWING COMPANY ON SUNDAY JANUARY 18TH 4-8PM —— To visit Andy Santana’s website, please click here

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Low Tide: John Vonderlin Joins the Herd at Pillar Point

Story/Photos by John Vonderlin Email John (benloudman@sbcglobal.net) JOINING THE HERD BY JOHN VONDERLIN Hi June, Normally when I venture out to the Coastside, “far from the madding crowd’s ignoble strife,” is a prerequisite of any destination I seek out. Yesterday, … Continue reading

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What I'm Reading…

By authors Bruce Jenkins, Grant Washburn and Doug Acton, this is the “hot” book on Maverick’s. I will be reviewing it for the San Mateo County History Museum’s March newsletter. I also have this great book by Matt Warshaw.

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Fisherman-Author Rob Tillitz says: Let the Fish be Fish

“Let the fish be fish” Mini-Interview with Rob Tillitz (RT) To visit Rob Tillitz’s website, please click here 1. Do you have more to say about the government’s involvement? What do you mean by that? What kind of involvement, exactly? … Continue reading

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The Real Deal: "The Fisherman's Son" by Michael Koepf

The names in Michael Koepf’s book (1998; Broadway Books) may have been changed to protect the innocent but everybody who grew up spending time at the harbor knows who all the characters are. The author is a member of  a … Continue reading

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Are Rob Tillitz's new mystery thrillers the Coastside books we have been waiting for?

Fisherman-author Rob Tillitz (to visit his  Fishtales website, please click here) moved from Oakland to one of the most isolated parts of the Coastside when he was a little kid. Can you see the Google Earth map below? Rob has … Continue reading

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