Lazio's Last Stand 

Eureka's waterfront started dying in 1968, and there's no good news on the horizon

[slideshow-1] The year was 1968. The place was Eureka, Calif. Down near the waterfront on C Street, the finest fish cuisine and the most popular joint in town sat on the right on the pier, overlooking the bay full of sailboats and…

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