Monthly Archives: January 2008

KPIX's "Eye on the Bay" Focusses Camera on Teeny Tiny El Granada….

If you missed Tiny Towns D-G which aired on January 30 on KPIX’s popular “Eye on the Bay” series, you can watch it now: click here You’ll learn about Mt. Diablo’s fascinating past before getting to El Granada….and I’m in … Continue reading

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In Pictures & Words, Watercolors & Legends, Artist Galen Wolf Left Us the History of the Coastside

(Photo: Sketching on Tunitas Creek Rd. Note the old Tunitas one-room Schoolhouse at left.) [I wrote this in 2002] By June Morrall When 87-year-old Coastside artist Galen Wolf died in 1976, the inventory of paintings he left behind could have … Continue reading

Posted in Galen Wolf, Coastside Artist, Shannon Nottestad

Heartstrings….by Michaele Benedict

To read Michaele’s story about the Coastside Community Orchestra, click here and scroll down

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History of a Tire Found at Pescadero Beach: Story by John Vonderlin

    Story by John Vonderlin (email John: Hi June, As you know I’m collecting tires as part of my “101 Tires” artplay. Along with complete ones that I count as part of my project, before disposing of them, … Continue reading

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Come to the "Party for Pete": Special Tribute on Feb. 16

(Photo: A young Pete Douglas poses in front of the Ebb Tide Cafe, the beginning of what today is known as the Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society, a world-class jazz house overlooking the Pacific in Miramar Beach, 4 miles north … Continue reading

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Decades later: Lawton School Reunion…

After a fire (arson) destroyed much of Jefferson Grammar School on Irving Street in San Francisco’s Sunset District– just before I was about to graduate in the late 1950s– the kids were bused to Ulloa Elementary to complete the semester. … Continue reading

Posted in Lawton Grammar School Reunion, Lincoln High School, Lynn Kalajian McCloskey

CALL OUT: Author Erich von Neff, where are you?

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