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Okay Marshall shows paintings from the series "Beauty anad the Beach" and life drawings done on 100-year-old paper at Pacifica's local wine bar, A Grape in the Fog, 400 Old County Road, now through June 13. Comment?
Longtime Pacifica resident Linda Alm Rhoades, passed on April 6, 2013 from complications from cancer with her loving son, Rob, and brother, Kent, by her side. Comment?
She was born on Oct. 26, 1947 to James and Gladys Wilson, raised in South San Francisco and was the youngest of six. Comment?
Pacifica Environmental Family board members, left to right, Roy Earnest, outgoing President, Marj Davis, President, Ian Butler, Vice-President, Mia Liban, Treasurer, Sherry Flumerfelt, Secretary. Comment?
The Pacifica Beach Coalition & Pedro Point Headlands honor a fallen hero because on Saturday April 27, Pacifica lost a dear friend, community member, environmentalist, firefighter, father and husband. Comment?
My first Earth Day was about 1970. I was around 10 or 11 when my mother came outside and handed us kids a gunny sack with the instructions to go pick up litter on our country road, both sides, from our house to the high school. Comment?
The "2013 Left Coast Annual Exhibition" completes its final week on Sunday, May 19, 2013. Comment?
Chamber's Lunch n' Learn -- Be informed and educated about Pacifica's future and pending infrastructure projects, from 11:30 to 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 22, at Nick's Restaurant, Rockaway Beach. Comment?
Those who are not familiar with "Yianni," a story about a dog who wished he was a cat, written by long-time Pacifican John Pantoleon, must not be seated in a third or fourth grade class in the Pacifica School District, or previously seated in one of those classes, beginning in 2010 and on through the present - because the ever-engaging Mr. Comment?
Once a year, since 2009, dancer Yaelisa has brought flamenco to the stage of Pacifica Performances, each time sending her thrilled, whistling audience to their feet in applause. Comment?
Contributed photo Several ushers from Pacifica took time before a recent San Francisco Giants game at AT&T Park to take a group photo. Comment?
Photo by Horace Hinshaw Carlmont High School baseball coach Rich Vallero signs the team ball following a win over Terra Nova last Friday, giving Carlmont the Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division championship. Comment?
The special thing about Earth Day is how our entire community participates. Families, community groups, churches, schools, and businesses all find a way to support the event and participate together! I'm not sure of any other community with this amount of participation benefiting the environment. Comment?
She was born on Dec. 25, 1926 to Elias and Juanita Lopez. She met the love of her life, Dominic Lampedecchio, and they were married in 1946. Comment?
Every year, Pacific Coast Television brings together the community to celebrate those individuals who help the community, who help PCT advance its mission and who represent the elements PCT possesses. Comment?
Learn how to create a mini-garden out of a shoe holder or other items you have on hand. Comment?
In response to recent news that a fully useable 3-D printed firearm had been manufactured, state Senator Leland Yee intends to introduce legislation to prohibit use of the technology to create such untraceable and anonymously produced guns. Comment?
Campers pitched tents on the baseball field of Oceana High School Thursday to bring awareness to their cause -- American Sign Language. Comment?
Self defense courses are being offered by the Pacifica Parks, Beaches and Recreation Department under the guidance of Grand Master Bob Maschmeier. Comment?
Alma Heights Christian's baseball team finished another successful season with a double header sweep of Jewish Community last Tuesday, 33 - 2 and 13 - 2. The Eagles finished with another winning season with an overall record of 14 wins and 6 losses. Comment?