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Posted on December 29 at 1 p.m.
Try the Exploratorium in San Francisco. It's great with endless hands on exhibits. We went with our daughter and two grandsons, ages 3 and 6. After being there for three hours, it was time to head out. Who knew we'd have to drag the three-year-old out kicking and screaming. He so wanted to stay. My husband, someone with high interest in science wasn't much easier. The six-year-old wanted "just one more last drink of water out of the toilet fountain." Success? Understatement! Let's hope for the same with MOXI.Susan Gulbransen
On The S.B. Questionnaire: Sheila Cushman
Posted on November 27 at 10:18 p.m.
I know several of these wonderful heroes personally. They give way beyond whatever job they have, the kind of giving that's done without thought to return investment. They are among the many in SB who think of what's good for the greater community and ways to look at the cup half full. I underline awarding all and everyone one of them, never enough kudos for such great human beings.
On Local Heroes 2014
Posted on April 8 at 10:31 a.m.
Congrats, Eric! The Book Den is an asset well worth celebrating, a treasure for SB. May you have another 105 years in business. Susan Miles Gulbransen
On Book Den Owner Celebrates 35 Years
Posted on February 6 at 8 a.m.
Don't mess with our Community Jewel: East Beach Grill. It's one of the few locally owned, locally used and moderately priced restaurants along the beach area. Better yet, it also serves tourists. Make it high end? You'll shove many of your constituents out the door.
On Major Makeover Slated for Cabrillo Bathhouse
Posted on July 26 at 2:11 p.m.
What a touching story with a good moral point: life is more than just winning. Stephanie was far ahead of many of us in setting her priorities. Tx for sharing and giving us a well-written moment in your life. BTW, I love the photo of the two of you dressed alike on the beach in Hawaii. It emanates a wonderful time together. SMiles
On Winner's Circle