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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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#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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#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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#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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#11 – Union Cemetery

Where else in Redwood City can you come as close as you’ll ever get to a veteran of the Civil War? Just down the road from yesterday’s entry, is Redwood City’s own Union Cemetery. Established in 1859, it consists of … Continue reading

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#10 – 5th Quarter Pizza

Sure, so ask 10 people their favorite pizza place and might just get 10 different answers. But I think sure to be on quite a few people’s “Top 3” pizza places is today’s entry, 5th Quarter Pizza, located for the … Continue reading

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#9 – Canyon Coffee

Located in the same little plaza as Sancho’s Taqueria, Canyon Coffee is a great little coffee place, particularly when you’re in the mood for a non-chain coffee.  The owner (Brent) always has a pleasant staff.  Brownie points to the first … Continue reading

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#8 – Pulgas Ridge Trail

Here in Redwood City, we’re surrounded by great hiking/running trails. Edgewood Park, Canada Trail, Huddart & Phleger in neighboring Woodside, and today, Pulgas Ridge. In the Bay Area, you’ll hear a lot of rants about this 293-acre preserve. This former … Continue reading

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