Tuesday, May 12, 2020
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Independent Bookstore Day, which took place on April 25, was supposed to be one of those big events at Ink Spell Books that exemplifies why the store is so popular among Coastsiders.…

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019
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Growing up, Shell Cleave’s mother instilled in her a desire to keep her environment clean. The simple task of picking up litter, even though it wasn’t hers, resonated with her. That …

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Pescadero High School student Sophie Mateja receives a certificate from Coastside Literary and Arts Movement founder Louie Castoria at the school on Friday. Mateja’s poem “Rainbow Gi…

Wednesday, November 13, 2019
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There was a steady stream of readers browsing through the Friends of the Half Moon Bay Library book sale on Saturday. The weekend book sale event raised almost $6,000 for the nonprof…

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Rather than take his readers down a fictional alley like Gotham City or to a foreign metropolis like Sherlock Holmes’ London, local writer Matthew O’Malley prefers to set his modern …

Wednesday, October 09, 2019
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Poetic souls in sixth through 12th grades can help celebrate the Coastside’s first LGBTQ History Month by submitting LGBTQ-themed poetry to Coastside Pride’s poetry contest.

Wednesday, September 11, 2019
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Coastside scholar Brigid O’Farrell will discuss the role the New Deal’s Work Projects Administration had right here at home during a discussion next week at the Odd Fellows Hall in H…

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For many, few activities are more enjoyable than nestling up with a good book. But even the most devoted bookworms sometimes have trouble finding time to read.

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Half Moon Bay resident Norm Coleman performed his first solo one-man show depicting Ty Cobb  at Cameron’s Pub when he was 67 years old. That was 16 years ago.