Foil Porch Piracy | Get Deliveries to Your Door

Getting packages delivered to the door has always required a little extra effort from our delivery drivers. Lately, some drivers have taken the shortcut of leaving parcels at the head of the docks, where they make for easy pickings. Hardest hit are the docks with gates at the entryway—A Dock’s... Read more

Book Reading at the Library – Thursday Jan 18

Join Janna Barkin at the Library—7 p.m. in Council Chambers Thursday Jan 18—for a reading, discussion and signing of her book, He’s Always Been My Son. Written with warmth and humor, He’s Always Been My Son reminds us to accept others for who they are, and will support, educate and... Read more

A Labor Day Weekend to Remember

A Labor Day weekend to remember—or forget—depending upon how one managed to survive the heatwave. Joy Dryden (West Pier) describes the intense heat—105 degrees in the shade—on the afternoon of Friday, September 1: I decided at the most heat (105°) to seek refuge at my air conditioned office. As I... Read more

Bob Kalloch Memorial Celebration

Friends, neighbors and colleagues gathered to remember Bob Kalloch, former and long-time resident of A Dock. The memorial celebration, at Dunphy Park on August 20, was marked by music, personal reminiscences, and food and drink. Read more

Bob Kalloch Memorial Service

On Saturday, August 20, 2016, there will be a life celebration for longtime waterfront resident, activist and historian Bob Kalloch. Bob and his lady Laurabell Hawbecker moved to the Sausalito watefront in the 60s, after they both decided to stop punching timeclocks. They found a dilapidated WWII landing craft hull,... Read more

Hugh Lawrence Passes Away

Hugh G. Lawrence died on April 30 at his home on A Dock at age 89. A fourth generation Northern Californian, Hugh moved to A Dock when it was first built in 1978, in a redwood home he had designed and built on a surplus WWII sand barge. According to his... Read more

The Early Days of Kappas and WPH

Long-time waterfront resident T.J. Nelsen has written a very personal memoir of Sausalito’s Gate 6 community: Houseboats, Drugs, Government and the 4th Estate. Nelsen discovered the Sausalito waterfront in the early ’60s, and soon moved to Don Arques’ property at Waldo Point, where he worked at various odd jobs. In 1969... Read more