In my 12 years of helping clients buy and sell homes, I have tried to be a student. I try to notice what does and does not work for both my own clients and others involved in each and every real estate transaction.
San Mateo County has kicked off a pilot program that aims to improve the quality of Coastside farm labor housing — a necessary component of a thriving agricultural community.
In Italy, the term “passeggiata” means going for a pleasant evening stroll to meet up with friends and neighbors. On the Coastside, it means the same and more — a chance not only to meet with friends but also enjoy music, good food and discounts — for three hours on the last Friday evening of the month.
Want to learn how to make locally sourced meals and baked goods from top Bay Area chefs? Look no further than Pescadero’s Pie Ranch, which will host a culinary series through the fall beginning next month.
Coastside Fire Protection District board 6 p.m. tonight Main Fire Station, 1191 Main St., Half Moon Bay
In the 13th and 14th centuries, historical legend has it that earthquake and volcanoes devastated the Azores Islands, 1,000 miles from where Queen Isabel of Portugal ruled the land. Times got tough. A stricken people lived best they could through drought and famine. And they prayed for help.
In the next of her monthly classes at the new Coastside Adult Community Center in Half Moon Bay, local artist Judy Shintani will help seniors tap wells of wisdom and artistic creativity.
Dogs and cats on the Coastside and beyond will get a more cozy night's sleep as a result of Coastside-based Girl Scout Troop No. 61960.
“We are totally stoked” to announce the 30th annual Tsunami Rangers/Reef madness Sea Kayak Race and Festival for June 7, said Tsunami Ranger Michael Powers.
The Half Moon Bay branch of the American Association of University Women will sell nearly new items when it sponsors its third annual White Elephant Sale on Saturday.
Here’s something you don’t see to often. How about getting some green back from one of the agencies you give so much green to? After all, we give a lot of money every year to the people who run our county. Isn’t only fair they give some of that money back to us taxpayers.
Takahide and Ema C. Akiyama sold 385 Eagle Trace Dr., Half Moon Bay to Donald and Dana S. Teixeria, trustees for $1,270,000
Play your part in reducing pollution and road congestion by cycling at least a portion of your work commute for the 21st annual Bike to Work Day, which rolls around on Thursday.
Throughout the month of May, Coastsiders can help pick the six local nonprofits that will become beneficiaries of New Leaf Community Market’s “Envirotoken” program for a year. The new cycle starts this summer.
Hundreds of charities in Silicon Valley — and quite a few on the Coastside — benefited from the generosity of more than 17,000 donors during the 24-hour Silicon Valley Gives earlier this month.
This weekend, see Coastside artists in the places where they create their art in the annual Silicon Valley Open Studios event.
La Honda-Pescadero Unified School District to discuss tax issue
Midcoast Community Council 7 p.m., May 13 Granada Community Services District boardroom, 504 Avenue Alhambra, El Granada.
Dimitry S. Berkner, trustee sold 214 Sonora Ave., El Granada to Dave Olson for $807,000