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390 Capistrano Road
Half Moon Bay, CA 94019
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(650) 728-BREW (2739)

Hours:
Mon thru Thurs 11am - 9pm
Friday 11am-close
Saturday 10am-close
Sunday 10am-close

Enjoy a cold brew with a fresh view on issues that matter.

Our monthly, and sometimes bi-monthly, free event that invites the public to join Half Moon Bay Brewing Company owner and founder Lenny Mendonca for a cold brew and a fresh view on American politics and issues locally, regionally and nationally. Times are 6:00pm to 8:00pm unless otherwise noted.

Brews & Views

Thursday, Jan. 7th: Villy Wang
villy wangVilly Wang, founder of BAYCAT, a San Francisco non-profit that creates pathways for young people in the Bay Area's underserved neighborhoods through education, employment and entertainment in digital media.


Thursday, Jan. 21st: Carla Marinucci

Join us for discussion with award-winning reporter Carla Marinucci who just recently joined the staff of Politico, before that she was a senior political reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle, having been on staff there since 1996. She is a regular political commentator on radio and TV in the U.S, and has won more than two dozen state and national awards.

Carla specializing in California state gubernatorial politics and national politics. Carla has also appeared on the PBS Public Television show This Week in Northern California in the San Francisco Bay Area, and has appeared several times on Hardball with Chris Matthews.


Thursday, Feb. 4th: Rob Joyce
Director of Special Projects, Full Circle Fund

Join us for a conversation with Rob Joyce Director of Special Projects, Full Circle Fund. Full Circle Fund is an active network of professionals who leverage their time, talent and connections to help nonprofit organizations launch new initiatives make a greater impact and accelerate positive change in our community.

About Full Circle Fund
How we approach what we do is completely unique, too. We find the hot-button issues. We tap the best and brightest minds. We organize. We evaluate. We partner. And then we match the right people and resources with the right organizations—where their efforts, ideas and funding will make a real difference to solve pressing social problems.


Thursday, Feb. 18th: Erik Tarloff
Author Erik Tarloff will discuss his novel All Our Yesterdays.

erik tarloffAward-winning screenwriter, playwright, and novelist Erik Tarloff is the author of the national best-seller Face-Time, and The Man Who Wrote the Book, named one of the memorable books of the year by The New York Times. He has contributed reviews and articles to Earth, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The San Francisco Chronicle Book Review, Working Woman, Washingtonian Magazine, San Francisco Magazine, Vogue, Salon, The American Prospect, and The Financial Times. All our Yesterdays is a multi-generational story of friendships that begin at Cal in the late 1960s and last through the present. A novel about Berkeley in the '60s, underground politics, the perils of parenthood, the mixed bag of marriage, with inexorable undercurrents of infidelity and forgiveness and the heavy lifting involved in sustaining lifelong friendships.


Thursday, Mar. 3rd: Jerry Kaplan
Brews and Views welcomes Jerry Kaplan, a well-known serial entrepreneur, technical innovator, best-selling author, and futurist to discuss his most recent book, "Humans Need Not Apply: A Guide to Wealth and Work in the Age of Artificial Intelligence," in which he proposes innovative, free-market adjustments to our economic system and social policies to avoid an extended period of social turmoil. Kaplan has been profiled in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Business Week, Red Herring, and Upside, and is a frequent public speaker. He also co-founded four Silicon Valley startups, two of which became publicly traded companies. His best-selling non-fiction novel "Startup: A Silicon Valley Adventure" was selected by Businessweek as one of the top ten business books of the year, was optioned to Sony Pictures, and is available in Japanese, Chinese, and Portuguese.


Thursday, Mar. 17th: Eliza Pesuit
Brews and Views welcomes Eliza Pesuit, CEO of Global Glimpse, a movement of hundreds of passionate, determined problem-solvers collaborating across borders to bring life-changing education abroad to high school students from all socioeconomic backgrounds. The organization is committed to building a new generation of diverse young leaders who are equipped and inspired to tackle the social, political, and economic challenges of their generation. Pesuit joined Global Glimpse as a program coordinator in Nicaragua in 2008 where she worked for a year prior to coming on as the first full time staff in the U.S. in 2009. She utilizes her extensive international and youth development experience to drive the organization’s growth strategy, lead fundraising initiatives, and ensure program quality. Under her leadership, Global Glimpse has grown more than sevenfold over the past six years.


For those of you who attended George Halverson's talk on health last fall where we discussed the critical first three years of life, George's book is now available. Except and info here. George is the Chair and CEO for the Institute of InterGroup Understanding and the retired and CEO of Kaiser Permanente.

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