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#54 – Second Annual Redwood City PortFest

The 2nd Annual Redwood City PortFest! Saturday, October 1st at Seaport Court, off of Seaport Boulevard. The fun starts at 8 am and goes all day long! Live music, working waterfront tours, fun kids activities, dockside tours of an eco-friendly … Continue reading

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#47 – Sequoia Stampede 5K – Running for a Good Cause

The Sequoia Stampede 5K Run is a fundraiser for Sequoia High School sports programs.  It takes place Saturday, April 2, 2011 at Sequoia High School – check in at 7:30 am, warm up at 8:30 am, and race start at … Continue reading

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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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#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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#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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