Check out our newest photo album on the right sidebar: John Elk's Uzbekistan. We also added more of John's photos to the Dordogne album.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) welcomes constructive ideas that might help solve the world's problems, grouped into four categories: LEARN, CURE, FUEL, MAKE. Contest winners in each category will go to the United Nations on March 7, 2017, to present their ideas. Learn more, read the challenges, and propose solutions at this link: SOLVE
Melissa Moss of the Pacifica Resource Center and others help a Pacifica grandmother get her life back together after a mortgage scam almost cost her the home that she and her family have lived in since 1966.
Linda Mar landlord Kimco throws Donut Time under the bus in favor of three new chain stores.
Christmas by the Cove remains open in Rockaway Beach.
Julie Starobin & Moose present check to Anita Rees. See press release above for details.
Don't miss the Devil's Slide tunnels exhibit at the Pacifica Coastside Museum (Little Brown Church) open Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from 1 to 4 p.m. Thanks to our pal, tunnelista Mitch Reid, for sharing this news clipping from the Half Moon Bay Review, marking the 20th anniversary of the passage of Measure T:
A Pacifica woman used a phone app to locate her missing husband's car, but what she found was a tragic accident.
What are they smoking at the Drama Department?
SACRAMENTO – State Senator Jerry Hill has introduced bills to prevent the spread of antibiotic resistant infections, strengthen and broaden reform of the California Public Utilities Commission, improve accountability of law enforcement guns, increase transparency for police use of surveillance tools, and require passengers who ride in buses equipped with seatbelts to wear them.