Kindergartners through fifth-graders from La Honda and Pescadero elementary schools will raise their voices in spring concerts this month at both schools.
The story is a classic tale. It includes a fairy queen and an enchanted crystal ball, the gypsy queen Zelda, the young nobleman William that she has cursed, a May Day festival, time travel and love.
This weekend is busy for young Coastside actors.
Sandy Obester lived on the Coastside for more than 25 years, during which time she sold mainly white wines — Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay — with husband Paul through Obester Winery.
This weekend, see Coastside artists in the places where they create their art in the annual Silicon Valley Open Studios event.
More than 65 Half Moon Bay High School freshmen through seniors will present original paintings, sculpture and digital photography in the 31st Half Moon Bay High School Art Show this month.
Singer-songwriter David Elias, a regular performer at the San Gregorio General Store over the past two decades who has been living in Hawaii for five years, has returned to pay a visit to the mainland.
Folk musician siblings Sheryl and Kerry Keller will appear in May Music at the Meadows in Moss Beach this month.
On a trip to Mexico, writer and artist Nancy Margulies saw an elaborate wall hanging that she thought was a rug. But instead, it was something that changed her outlook – and something she will demonstrate for and teach to Coastsiders.
A Half Moon Bay couple will host a film screening on Saturday that is designed to highlight the environmental concerns of people in this country and the plight of the people of Nepal.
The Coastside Community Orchestra will celebrate springtime on Saturday evening with its annual May concert.
Once again, as they have for 15 years, a collective of Coastside women artists are gathering to present and sell their art this weekend.
Three Coastsiders are among the seven members of the band As Is, which will take the stage of Club Fox in Redwood City Thursday night for “Rockin’ for a Cure,” a benefit for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.
Half Moon Bay Parks and Recreation, is getting ready to present a free, inclusive community activity as the next installment of its Concerts in the Park series.
Described as a “high octane Americana quintet,” Houston Jones will perform Saturday evening at the San Gregorio Store in a musical evening to benefit the Coastline Habitat Coalition.
A red fumigation tent, flapping in the ocean breeze, obscured the Douglas Beach House for a few days.
Beginning this week, the Half Moon Bay Library will present some programs of special interest to families with young people.
When you walk into the bright, welcoming, 110-year-old farmhouse that is home to the Holy Family Children's Center, it doesn’t take long to figure out that art is a big part of the day for its 42 3- to 5-year-old students.
They picked up instruments as children, went on to develop a roots Americana and original sound as adult performers, and will now take the stage at the next Music at the Meadows concert in Moss Beach.
Though painter and writer Galen Wolf (1889-1976) grew up in San Francisco, he often visited his grandparents on the family’s sprawling ranch where Frenchmans Creek is now.
Fans of classic country, blues and 1940s and ‘50s western swing might want to head to Half Moon Bay International Order of Odd Fellows Ocean View Lodge 143 on Friday evening for the Odd Fellows' next concert event.
A strong and well-balanced cast plus a well-penned story that invites consideration of timeless questions equals Coastal Repertory Theatre's “Twelve Angry Men.”
The application window is now open for artist booths at the fourth annual “Made on the Coast” Locals' Block at the 2015 Half Moon Bay Arts and Pumpkin Festival on Oct. 17 and 18.
Four East Bay performers are bringing what Montara resident and show hostess Connie Servative characterized as the “real urban thing” when “Hip-Hop Goes Coastal” arrives on Saturday at the Half Moon Bay Brewing Co.