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BBQ oysters at the Fog Fest in Pacifica
lw50 September 24, 2013 at 05:27 pm
I believe the ingredients are: Rum, tequila, midori, 7 up, sloe gin & ice. Enjoy
Me September 25, 2013 at 08:33 am
Not to be a Debbie Downer - but... Must we have the same food options year after year, how aboutRead More trying something new? Maybe bring in a food truck or 2 to shake things up. And why we're on the subject, why do the Fog Cutter glasses get smaller and smaller each year - last year's were a total joke. I'm literally expecting shot glasses this year. Rant over, can't wait for this year's event
lw50 September 25, 2013 at 09:07 am
I agree completely with the wish for some new food choices. Same ol same ol. I also agree on the fogRead More cutter glasses. I have stopped buying them just for this reason.
Dottie Borba, pictured here with well known local photographer Sharron Walker, tied for 3rd place last year for the Division of Special Affects. Photo: Carol Camacho
Edward sawacki August 15, 2013 at 01:02 pm
This should be a locals only contest. How is it fair for a local amateur photographer having out ofRead More town professional photographers? The chances of professionals entering are increased by allowing people from out town to enter. At the very least have a category for locals and/or amateurs.
CQ July 26, 2013 at 11:01 am
and also traffic packed the whole weekend south on US 101 leading towards Gilroy for thisRead More Fri/Sat/Sun.'s Gilroy Garlic Festival which started today at 10 AM.
Mauro thanks the crowd for coming. Credit: Stacie Chan
Carol Wexler July 23, 2013 at 09:47 am
Sounds wonderful. Sorry I missed the event. What happened to the pianos?
Edward sawacki July 23, 2013 at 12:38 pm
UGH! how did I miss this???
Credit: Kickstarter
Dana Meyer July 10, 2013 at 09:45 am
Polluter, publicity hound, self important self promoter—burning a piano on public land withoutRead More a permit as art, and he wants contributions to continue silliness of this sort? What this attention addict needs is a long period of media silence.
Kristina Minem July 10, 2013 at 03:07 pm
Yes, I don't see how this can be made a reality if he doesn't obey environmental laws... playingRead More piano for the whales? I'd rather see $23,000 go to real efforts to save coastal habitats- and see it done by law abiding citizens. Simple question: has any of those $23,000 dollars gone towards asking for permission? I don't get to do a bonfire without making sure it doesn't negatively impact the surrounding environment, I don't see why Mauro thinks he can be excused from doing the same.
nancy b. July 11, 2013 at 09:12 am
Thanks to the two commenters above for expressing the reality of this "documentary". MauroRead More seems to think he is above the law. How much of that 23 grand is going towards what the taxpayers are paying the park service to remove the pianos? What happens if some prankster pushes a piano off the cliff onto highway one and hurts or kills someone? It would be a relief to see the media point out both sides of this story, for once.