June 15 Making by the Bay Pop-Up Postponed

Update!  There was an issue with permitting for the Sausalito Bay Area Made pop-up event originally scheduled for June 15 * so Bay Area Made has postponed the maker fair until further notice. The next event will be in Alameda at Concrete Works. Bay Area Made hopes Sausalito creatives and community will... Read more

Richardson’s Bay in the News…Again

The national media’s fascination with our anchor-out neighbors continues. The May 17 Wall St. Journal carried an article titled: “Home Prices Lead Some To the Water,” which is available online under a longer headline. Writer Jim Carlton leads off by stating: “Homelessness has become such a big problem in the... Read more

Life on the Water: Both Sides Now

It’s gone viral around here, so perhaps you’ve seen the New York Times article titled Living on the Water—Houseboats can be a more affordable way to live near a city center. Published on April 26, the article starts by describing how Aislyn Greene and Jeannie Cruz decided to buy a... Read more

Anchor-Outs Past and Present

KQED News is airing a report entitled “From Arks to Anchor-Outs: The History of Waterfront Living on Richardson Bay.”  Written and narrated by reporter/producer Ryan Levi, the piece contains interviews with two long-term anchor-outs and local officials. You can read or listen to the report on the KQED website. You... Read more

Meet Local Authors Apr 27

Book Passage by the Bay  is celebrating Independent Bookstore Day on Saturday, April 27 with a meet-and-greet featuring local authors. From 2:00-4:00 p.m., the Sausalito waterfront bookstore will serve wine plus sweet and savory treats to toast local authors, including Jen Gennari and Frank Ostaseski from Issaquah Dock. Other participating... Read more

Ramp Metering at Gate 6

Sausalito Currents reports that preliminary construction along northbound Highway 101 will begin today, Monday, April 22, as part of a Caltrans project to install ramp metering equipment at 11 locations in Marin County. Ramp closures and detours are likely to begin in early May. Most of the work will be... Read more

Will the Humming Toadfish March Again?

The Humming Toadfish Marching Kazoo Band has been a mainstay of Sausalito’s Fourth of July Parade since the last century. Until last year, that is. Now the Floating Homes Association is out to march once more. . . all we need is a leader. For those who weren’t here in... Read more

City Wide Yard Sale Apr 27

The Spring yard sale will be held on Saturday, April 27 from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. in the MLK parking lot and basketball courts. Admission is free to the public, and there’s room for over 80 booths. Sellers are still wanted. Only garage/yard sale items are to be sold.... Read more

The Houseboat War That Didn’t Happen

In the midst of the Houseboat Wars of the mid-70s, when boat dwellers were laying down in front of bulldozers to stop a developer from destroying their community, one group of citizens chose to envision and work towards what they wanted, rather than fight what they didn’t want. The result... Read more