Here’s eight photos from last week that didn’t make it into the paper, all taken by Times staff photographer John Green. Above and below, Foster City Mayor John Kiramis ships out for Southern California on Wednesday aboard his 50-foot power boat from Sausalito Shipyard & Marina. He’s resigning from the City Council and moving to Lancaster, in Los Angeles County, to help care for his ailing mother-in-law.
Nuffie Calbreath takes in the festivities with her dog Bella at Saturday’s Burlingame Pet Parade. Hundreds of pets and their owners turned out for the sixth-annual event.
Owners and their pets stroll down Broadway during the parade.
A cluster of grapes on the vine at Thomas Fogarty Winery in Woodside. The wine grape harvest has begun at Fogarty and other San Mateo County vineyards.
Elizabeth Enriques (right) picks grapes on Thursday at Thomas Fogarty.
Members of Mexico Vivo perform at the Redwood City Salsa Festival on Saturday.
Sigmund Jacobson, of San Leandro, tries some salsa at the festival.
Posted on Tuesday, September 29th, 2009
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Here’s another photo from the appearance Saturday of apl.de.ap, Fergie and Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas at the dedication of the Peapod Adobe Youth Voices Academy, a art and music school in Redwood City. Where was Will.i.am? He couldn’t make it because he was sick. That’s the reason that was given anyway.
Posted on Monday, August 3rd, 2009
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We thought it would be worthwhile to share two photos from a Cinco de Mayo celebration on Tuesday at the Taft School in Redwood City that didn’t make it into Wednesday’s paper. Above, third-grader Ashanti Caravez is among those watching a student performance of traditional Mexican dance, which is depicted in the photo below.
Posted on Thursday, May 7th, 2009
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The Insider paid a visit to the Green Building Exchange Tuesday, not only to buy some pervious concrete and cork flooring for the Chateau d’Insider, our secluded compound, but also to check out a new effort, spearheaded by PG&E and Sustainable San Mateo County, to help people go “green.”
And who should we run into but our old friend* Jeffrey Anderson, co-chair of the John Edwards for President campaign here in California.
Anderson said he stopped by to say hello to his buddy, Bill Coleman, president of the Green Building Exchange and former chief operating officer of Planktos Inc., a Foster City company that aims to reduce carbon dioxide levels by expanding the growth of the ocean’s phytoplankton.
“This is a chance to see old friends and meet new ones,” said Anderson, adding that the Edwards campaign is deeply invested in energy and environmental issues.
So what did the California co-chair think of Edwards’ performance at the San Mateo County Democratic Straw Poll (which the former vice presidential candidate won with 29 percent of the vote)?
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Posted on Friday, November 16th, 2007
Under: 2008 Presidental Race, Aaron Kinney, Barack Obama, Democratic Party, Environment, Political Campaigns, Redwood City | 1 Comment »