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San Mateo Daily Journal
A space for art in Pacifica: Top-notch artists, community all welcome at Oceana Art Gallery
A drive along the scenic Highway 1 takes you through a variety of coastal towns, but people don't always go off the beaten path to truly explore these tucked away communities.
13 hrs ago
ANKARA: An Armenian from Turkey in Los Angeles
Today's Zaman, Turkey May 24 2013 An Armenian from Turkey in Los Angeles MARKAR ESAYAN email@example.com I mentioned earlier that I had visited Los Angeles to attend the fourth Anatolian Cultures and Food Festival, held between May 15 and 19, at the invitation of the Pacifica Institute.
Thu May 23, 2013
Bonny Zanardi: Artists take on climate change
Eight artists of The Main Gallery use their creativity to explore the issue of climate change.
Keep Pacifica Scenic: Report City Nuisance Code Violations
If your neighbors don't maintain their property, you don't have to suffer blight in silence.
US News & World Report
Memorial Day 2013: Higher Gas Prices, Fewer Travelers
The price board of a gas station along Highway 1 in Pacifica, Calif. Expect higher gas prices and less traffic on Memorial Day this year .
Wed May 22, 2013
Open Space Committee Survives - For Now
In 1989, Pacifica City Council recognized a need and instituted the Open Space Committee to advise the council on open-space issues.
Historic railroad car travels Pacifica once again
Thursday morning, May 16, you could see "her," just beyond the cyclone fence, gliding through her off-road path thick with forest trees.
Wandering and Wondering
A recent San Mateo County human services agency survey reports that Pacifica has 150 homeless people, but I suspect the number is probably higher due to non-responders and others who fall through the statistical cracks.
Alma Heights Caritas Scholars earn community honors
Alma Heights Caritas Scholars were honored last week at the "Make a Difference" 2013 Caritas Awards Ceremony for Young Social Entrepreneurs at the Ritz Carlton Half Moon Bay for their outstanding service to the community by distinguished city officials including Pacifica Mayor Len Stone, Daly City Vice- Mayor David Canepa, Consul General Ana ... (more)
Tue May 21, 2013
Aromatherapy and Reiki master opens business in Pacifica
In this stress reducing technique, Annette Ward, the practitioner, has one goal -- to make a difference in the lives of her clients.
PEFathon run and walk benefits local schools
Grab a friend and start getting in shape for the PEFathon III, a run and walk fundraiser to support public education in the Pacifica School District.
Mon May 20, 2013
Wed May 15, 2013
Services held for Delores Aileen Martinelli
She was born on Oct. 26, 1947 to James and Gladys Wilson, raised in South San Francisco and was the youngest of six.
Pacifica Arts and Entertainment
The "2013 Left Coast Annual Exhibition" completes its final week on Sunday, May 19, 2013.
The passion of Caminos Flamencos returns to the stage of Pacifica Performances
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.
Pacifica Mayor Len Stone @ Democrats Breakfast, May 18
Pacifica Mayor Len Stone delivers a "State of the City Address" at the Pacifica-Daly City Democrats breakfast meeting Saturday, May 18 from 9 to 11:30 a.m., rear banquet room, Sharp Park Golf Course Restaurant, Highway 1 and Sharp Park Boulevard, Pacifica.
Local author returns to Florey's with popular tale of the dog who wished he was a cat
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.
Linda K. Rhoades March 11, 1946-April 6, 2013
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.
Tue May 14, 2013
There's a New Patch App on the Way For Our New Patch Site
We've redesigned your Patch site and we're redesigning the Patch app. The news looks better and it's easier to comment on.
The Beginnings of Periwinkle, the 'Cultural Hub of Pacifica'
What makes a person start a business, and stay in it for decades? Enid Emde didn't intend to start her own business, when she went to work part-time at a gallery in Pacifica.