Graffiti on Fountain Avenue
The restaurant pretending to be a bakery was caught not paying the appropriate fees and from the looks of it is on the brink of closing.
Great article from a resident in the 1970s. Describes the place to a tee.
I had stumbled across the Fat Cat in Monterey previously and that is the only way I knew this Fat Cat was also a restaurant. The Fat Cat near 17-mile drive was in what used to be a trailer park, but it served some of the best squid omelets you could ever want to taste. Yes, I had strange taste in those days.
A few attention whores talk big about going green and ‘saving’ Pacific Grove. The rest of the people shrug and don’t give a hoot.
Cans, Glass, Plastic. And Hear-Old ad inserts?
It’s not dumping, it’s freecycling!Recycle, Sustain, B.S
Teachers need to be re certified and have regular background checks.
Michael Cardoza was found guilty Monday afternoon on seven counts, including four felony counts of oral copulation with a minor. The 59-year-old Orcutt man faces nearly 19 years in prison when he’s sentenced July 31.
The replacement solutions become the problem. Wrap take-out in foil and that gets washed into the storm drains where marine life either eat it and die or at least get disturbed the the galvanic reactions.
Next on the list of things to be ignorant about – aluminum foil. It’s not about the item, it’s human behavior that needs to be addressed.
After pleading guilty earlier this year to embezzlement and other charges, Graham Paul Vane has been sentenced to 15 months in prison.
Vane had served as the president of the National Association of Letter Carriers, AFL-CIO, Branch 1280 from January 2002 to March 2006.
The rock is either prepared to get the plaque or the plaque’s been swiped. Probably the former.
After a shooting in East Salinas, at least two men are in custody after leading dozens of law enforcement officials on a high-speed car chase that ended with a fiery crash in a ditch on Thursday.
The (suspect’s) Lincoln ended up crashing down a steep culvert behind a motorcycle dealership where hundreds of Christian rock aficionados were spending a hot summer afternoon.
“Let’s praise the Lord for what he has just done,” the singer chanted to the audience.
Looks like a lion in it’s cage, all chained up . .
A replica of the glass-bottom swan boats that once plied the shallows around Lovers Point in Pacific Grove has been put on display there by the Pacific Grove Heritage Society.
The swan boat was christened the Margruss, after Margaret and Russell Sprague.
The project was financed by $14,000 in donations to the society, Honegger said. The Heritage Society plans to place a plaque with the boat and a ceremony may be held in July.
I remember taking rides in the originals. That would be a great thing to have back again.