Articles Tagged With ‘Pismo Beach’




Zorro’s Cantina fundraiser for Kinsley Wong

When it comes to charitable acts for a neighbor, Zorro’s Café and Cantina in Pismo Beach went all on Friday. The restaurant owners donated a portion of every meal sold to benefit their neighbor Kinsley Wong and his family. Wong,... (Continue reading)

Pigeons charged with polluting Pismo Beach water

Hundreds of pigeons roosting and defecating under the Pismo Beach Pier are being held accountable for the high bacteria levels in the ocean near the pier, officials said. [SantaMariaTimes] Experts estimate the flock to include at least 400 birds, with... (Continue reading)

Pismo police bust three for prostitution

A police sting operation led to three people being arrested Wednesday in Pismo Beach on charges relating to prostitution. Law enforcement officers from Pismo Beach and Grover Beach posed as potential customers at various massage parlors advertised in the Five... (Continue reading)

New York Times spotlights Pismo Beach

“This breezy, easygoing city on the central coast midway between San Francisco and Los Angeles is a throwback to endless summers gone by, a time when you could drive on the beach, build a fire in the sand and camp... (Continue reading)

Former city attorney David Hunt arrested

Police arrested a former Pismo Beach and Morro Bay city attorney on suspicion of felony spousal battery Sunday night in Santa Ana. [OrangeCountyRegister] David Hunt has been serving as the Newport Beach city attorney since December 2008. Police said that... (Continue reading)

Lawsuit filed in Pismo Beach Toyota accident

A Bakersfield man is filing a wrongful death lawsuit against a Pismo Beach restaurant and the Japanese automaker Toyota, stemming from an accident in 2007. As he was driving away from the Pelican Point Restaurant in Pismo Beach, Bulent Ezal,... (Continue reading)

Free Christmas dinner offered by Brad’s

Brad’s Restaurant in Pismo Beach is opening its doors on Christmas Day from 1 to 6 p.m. to provide a holiday dinner for those in need. A traditional Christmas meal including turkey, ham and all the trimmings, will be served.... (Continue reading)

CMC lieutenant flees from officer

By KAREN VELIE A California Men’s Colony (CMC) lieutenant slipped away from a Pismo Beach police officer who had arrived to break up a fight in which the intoxicated officer was involved at Harry’s Night Club and Beach Bar on April... (Continue reading)

Rabenaldt asks for apology from Pismo council

Bill Rabenaldt has been crossing swords with his fellow Pismo Beach City Council members over their recent censure of him in response to a query he made to the California Coastal Commission. ... (Continue reading)

Rabenaldt to Morem: You’ve been lying all these years

UncoveredSLO.com asked the outspoken elected city official Bill Rabenaldt to tell our readers first what he really thinks. By BILL RABENALDT 2/15/2008 After Bill Morem’s Valentine note to me in yesterday’s... (Continue reading)