Working piers and fish-processing plants share the picturesque waterfront with restaurants, art galleries and souvenir shops crammed into tight, low ceilinged bungalows and decorated with colorful fishing floats and other marine detritus. Here, despite the presence of an oversized wax museum, the mix of working wharf and tourist attraction feels properly balanced and authentic, more like what the fisherman’s wharves in San Francisco and Monterey might have been like long ago. Duck into the iconic, retro Mo’s chowder house for lunch, where the food is better than you might expect, the prices reasonable and the restrooms still designated for “Buoys” and “Gulls.” You’ll watch fishing boats and other craft ply the harbor, while you sample the fare enjoyed by Bobby Kennedy, Paul Newman, Henry Fonda and other notables whose photos adorn the walls of the reception area. Mo’s has expanded over the years, largely on the strength of its highly touted clam chowder. In fact the waterfront location is actually an annex of the original Mo’s across the street, and you can enjoy their chowder and other offerings at branches as far away as Cannon Beach, an upscale haven of cottages, condos, motels and art galleries near the top of the state.
One of India’s major festivals, the Hindu festival signifies the triumph of light over darkness, justice over injustice, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance, Popularly known as the “festival of lights,” Diwali is celebrated by Hindus around the world, The holiday, which officially falls on Oct, 30 this year, is similar to Christmas, The day after Diwali marks the beginning of the new year for the business community in India, This is what’s in store at the Discovery Museum’s Diwali celebration this year: activities such as a diya lantern-making craft (oil lamps usually made from clay, with a cotton wick dipped in ghee or vegetable oils), rangoli craft (an art form in which patterns are created on the floor using materials such as colored rice, dry flour, colored sand or flower petals), photo opportunities and storytelling, For the first time this year, a group of boys, including Zoraver, will go around tying purple turbans on attendees, “We 2" ballet merit badge, patch! any color combo! custom made! just think that it’s going to be something cool for everyone to experience,” he said..
The PEEK program was recognized this past spring by Congressman John Garamendi for its service to Bay Area young people. For tickets and information, visit www.DiabloBallet.org or call 925-943-1775. Sanderson is founder of The Mannahatta Project, a digital recreation of the original ecology of Manhattan Island circa 1609, when Henry Hudson first set eyes on the land that would become Manhattan. The book is a fascinating look back at one of the busiest cities in the world, reconstructing in compelling words and images, the wild island that millions of New Yorkers now call home.
“I really want them to think about their place in the world and their duty to themselves and to other people,” the Fremont High teacher says, “I want them to come away from my class having some sense of what they stand for 2" ballet merit badge, patch! any color combo! custom made! in life.”, Fujii has been chosen as Fremont High School’s teacher of the year, A teacher at FHS since 2006, Fujii has impacted the lives of many students through work as an instructor, mentor and Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) coordinator..
By Stephanie Merry, (c) 2017, The Washington Post. Ewan McGregor thinks the controversy surrounding Disney’s first “exclusively gay moment” is a little silly. On an appearance Monday on the “Late Show,” the actor who plays the candlestick Lumiere in the live-action “Beauty and the Beast” movie made light of the minor brouhaha that’s unfolded ever since director Bill Condon told Attitude magazine that the character Le Fou (played by Josh Gad) is gay in the new adaptation.
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