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Where to Find Free WiFi in Redwood City

Ok, so this is by no means an exhaustive list, but here we go (and thanks to openwifispots.com): 1. Safeway 1071 El Camino Real Redwood City, CA 94063 (650) 306-1900 See details… 2. Barnes & Noble Booksellers 1091 El Camino Real Redwood … Continue reading

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#45 – World Series Trophy Tour Comes to Redwood City

Yes, as Tim Lincecum so aptly described it….”it’s shiny” Coming Wednesday, February 16, 2011, from 3:30-5:30pm, at the Courthouse Square –– Redwood City is very proud and excited that the San Francisco Giants World Champions Trophy Tour is coming to our … Continue reading

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#44 – Crystal Springs Trail & Pulgas Water Temple

On the northwestern edge of Redwood City, at the intersection of Edgewood and Cañada Roads, lies one outlet of the Crystal Springs Trail. Running parallel to Cañada Road, you can take this trail south towards Woodside, connecting with Runnymede as … Continue reading

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#43 – Bethlehem A.D.

Camels, Roman centurions, pottery makers, tax collectors, angels, and a manger. That’s just a small sampling of what you’ll see and smell at Bethlehem A.D. Touted as a “living Christmas experience for the entire family“, this once-a-year production transforms a … Continue reading

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#42 – Young’s Ice Cream

A shout out for your sweet tooth!  Occupying a renovated old drugstore space of the same name in the heart of downtown, Young’s Ice Cream offers up fresh, delicious Loard’s ice cream and  a variety of toppings, together with a … Continue reading

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#41 – The Nutcracker at the Fox Theatre

This coming Friday, Dec. 3, this rousing hometown favorite plays every year to two sold out school matinees and two  public performances at the historic Fox Theatre.  A local tradition, Ballet America brings the Nutcracker to over 1000 peninsula schoolchildren and … Continue reading

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#40 – Mt. Carmel Holiday Home Tour

The 9th Annual Mt. Carmel Holiday Home Tour will take place on Saturday, December 11th from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. This year’s Tour features the Parish Rectory along with 3 other beautiful area homes. Tickets are $30 each and … Continue reading

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#39 – The Fox Theater

The historic Fox Theatre, recently re-opened after a short hiatus and change in ownership, is host to concerts, theater performances, corporate events, weddings and comedy shows. Built in 1928, this completely refurbished theater with its grand historic architecture and distinctive … Continue reading

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#38 – Shoredogs Dog Park

Got a pooch?  Then head on over to the ‘065, near the end of Radio Road to Shoredog Park — let your dogs run off leash in this park that can accommodate both large and small doggies.

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#37 – Corner Yogurt

Located at 1501 Woodside Rd., Corner Yogurt is a “new breed” of yogurt shoppe that’s starting to pop up via some franchises out there — self-serve, with a wide variety of toppings to choose from.  Corner Yogurt is a good … Continue reading

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