Aquamaison to Close

Ian Moody’s corporation, Aquamaison, is due to close at the end of this month. Ian ran his concrete barge-building company as a sole proprietor until he passed away in May from complications following a stroke. Ian’s widow Janeane is struggling to complete the few projects he left unfinished, but does...

Sausalito Ferry Resumes Weekend Service

The Golden Gate Ferry is once again travelling between Sausalito and the Ferry Building in San Francisco on weekends. Six round trips are scheduled for Saturdays and Sundays, with the earliest departure from San Francisco at 10:40 a.m. and the latest departure from Sausalito at 6:45 p.m. The weekday commute...

Circus Coming to Town

For the fourth straight year, Flynn Creek Circus will perform in MLK Park from Thursday, July 15 through Sunday, July 18. A big red-and-white tent belonging to Flynn Creek Circus will be going up on Monday, July 12. This year’s production, entitled “Fairytale,” features a cast of acrobats, aerialists, contortionists,...

Things Are Opening Up All Over

After sheltering in place for 15 months, Sausalito is coming back to life, one social event at a time. Here are some to look forward to: Jazz and Blues by the Bay Returns The City of Sausalito Park and Recreation Department is once again presenting Jazz and Blues by the...

Ferry Service Resumes June 23

The Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District has completed repairs to the floating dock at the Sausalito Ferry Landing. The dock is now back in place and will return to service on Wednesday, June 23. Golden Gate Ferry will resume its pandemic schedule on June 23, with one morning...

Richardson Bay Bridge Milestones

The recent announcement of late-night lane closures for emergency repairs to finger joints on the Richardson Bay Bridge aroused my curiosity about the history of the local landmark, which is a prominent feature of our view from Gate 6 ½ in Kappas Marina. In the Anne T. Kent California Room’s...

Intersection Work Stalls Again

The completion date of a construction project to improve safety for cyclists, cars, and pedestrians at the intersection of Gate 6 Road and Bridgeway has been postponed until late July due to manufacturing delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Work on the project will pause in June while the contractor...

What’s Next after June 15?

California is planning for a wide reopening on June 15. What does that mean for Marin’s COVID-19 response efforts? Join Marin Public Health at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 10 for a virtual program about what’s next for businesses, schools, health care, and our community. The discussion will feature contributions...

The Water Wars

Catherine Lyons-Labate has created a 209-page hard cover photo essay featuring hundreds of her photographs, as well as recollections by her and others who lived or worked on the Sausalito waterfront in the late 1970s. The book, Once Upon A Waterfront, tells the stories of many colorful Co-Op characters, and...