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The grainy black-and- white cover photo of Ernie Koepf’s 2020 novel “Opening Day” accurately underscores his family background and connection to the sea. The photo, taken by Koepf’s brother, shows Koepf as a young boy with his father, also named Ernie, the day they caught 850 pounds of salmo…

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Coastsider Scott Clemens’ new novel is out, and residents of the Midcoast will recognize the backdrop. “The Seal Cove Theoretical Society” is set in and around Moss Beach and there a…

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“A Window Into a Changed World” is more than a 108-page catalog of Susan Friedman’s portraits of Coastside families. It’s a reflection of the times.

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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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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…