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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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#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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#30 – The Arts & Olives Festival

The 13th Annual Arts & Olive Festival at Cañada College, will be held on Sunday, October 3th, 2010, from 10am to 5pm. The Arts & Olive Festival is a celebration with a rustic olive theme, and takes place on the … Continue reading

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#28 – Emerald Hills Railway

Before you say “what the h…?”, yes, you read that correctly. Ok, so this is not going to be for everyone, but it’s something neat, quirky, and so not-very-well-known that it deserves a bit of fanfare. Plus, it’s free and … Continue reading

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#26 – “The Beer Garden”, aka Gourmet Haus Staudt

Well before this place became famous for an Apple employee losing a prototype iPhone, the Gourmet Haus Staudt has been and continues to be a great place for beer aficionados to sample all manners of Bavarian brew and grub.  Located … Continue reading

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#25 – Emerald Hills Golf Course

Billing itself as the “toughest 9 hole course in Northern California,” the Emerald Hills Golf Course is located within the Elks Lodge #1991 at 938 Wilmington Way. This par 3, 9 hole course is ideal for short game practice. Most of … Continue reading

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#19 – Martins West

Authentic Scottish food? You bet, and it’s right here in downtown in Redwood City. This “gastropub”, as it calls itself, incorporates California sensibility and modern riffs on traditional pub fare.  Martins West serves approachable, farm-fresh pub fare inspired by authentic … Continue reading

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#17 – The Easter Cross

Ok, so not that it’s as iconic as Brazil’s big symbol to Christianity, but, it does beg the question — what’s a gigantic cross doing in the middle of the hills of Redwood City? And why is it worth seeing? … Continue reading

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#16 – Stulsaft Park

Ah yes, Stulsaft Park. For anyone with kids, it’s “that Crayon park”, nicknamed for the water-gushing gigantic crayons that are activated between May and October. From the street, it sure doesn’t seem like 42 acres of park. At least if … Continue reading

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