"People have inquired about the monthly magazine the Tribune started in June 2013. The free publication Coastal Connections was mailed to 27,000 residents on the coastside. Unfortunately, the revenue received from the magazine did not support it being continued. Like many businesses in our community, the Tribune survives on revenue." (Pacifica Tribune)
Linda Mar video store closes. Sign of the times and/or landlord Kimco squeezing?
Photo courtesy of Michael Macor, San Francisco Chronicle
Mountain lions have been seen recently at Milagra Ridge, Mori Point, Rancho Corral de Tierra, and San Pedro Valley County Park. Mountain lion expert Zara McDonald of Felidae (felidaefund.org) visits community groups to discuss mountain lion ecology and how to safely coexist with these important parts of our natural ecosystem. For more information, please call Felidae at 415-229-9335 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The night of February 23-24, observers across the western half of North America witnessed a spectacular cluster of bright lights in the sky. It was the re-entry and disintegration of a Chinese rocket body. Coincidentally, a geomagnetic storm was in progress at the time and more than one photographer caught the rocket's debris cutting across curtains of Northern Lights. Visit spaceweather.com for photos and more information.
Features Cannabis Creamery ice cream and a variety of edibles and smokables.
After a hot editorial debate in our office about KQED-TV’s questionable on-air grammar (“KQED thanks our members”), I hesitate to throw another log on the fire, but today on the radio I heard a commercial that began: “Princess Cruises is celebrating our…” Please click the Comments link below to share your thoughts.
JOHN MAYBURY, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER
What do you think about the mess they are making of our green hillsides, all so that some rich people can live in $4.5 million houses with ocean views? Click Comments below to speak your piece.