PENINSULA CRAB FEEDS

NEWS STORY

This list does not include Pacifica, but we have the famous crab sandwiches at Nick's, plus various crab dishes at Tam's and Pacifica Thai, and probably some fairly decent crab salads and sandwiches at various area delis and restaurants between Pacifica and Half Moon Bay. If you know of others on the Coastside, let us know by hitting the Comments button below. On the Bayside, we are partial to the crab salad sandwiches at Darby Dan's, Wednesday through Friday.


GET US MOVING: SMCTA TOWN HALLS SEEK PUBLIC INPUT

PRESS RELEASE

San Mateo County Transportation Authority (SMCTA) launches its Get Us Moving (GUM) campaign. We can't think of a worse acronym for a public transportation initiative. The word "gum" has all kinds of negative, counterintuitive connotations, especially in a transportation context. "Gum" connotes "stuck" and "sticky" as in "traffic is all gummed up" and "buses have sticky gum stuck on the floor and under the seats." Please attend the town halls, take the survey, and give SMCTA your honest feedback. Click the press release link above for details. And don't forget to tell them that GUM is the dumbest acronym ever!


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