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,...

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...

Larry Moyer – Remembering the Raconteur

  The Closing Act at the Sausalito Women’s Club THE PERFECT HIGH by Shel Silverstein – Part 1 from Leroy Dong on YouTube – bringing down the house – THE PERFECT HIGH by Shel Silverstein – Part 2 from Leroy Dong on YouTube Jeff Greenwald— who interviewed Larry for a piece he wrote...

First Wednesday: Where’s Waldo? | April 6

DATE: 4/6/2016 TIME: 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM COST: Free LOCATION: Creekside Room Mill Valley Public Library 375 Throckmorton Avenue Mill Valley, California 94941 Join Larry Clinton, past President of the Sausalito Historical Society, and Mike Moyle, SHS member and Chair of the IDESST Sausalito Portuguese Cultural Center History Committee,...

Larry Moyer: “My Life is a Movie”

  Larry Moyer   1924 – 2016 Larry Moyer—Playboy photographer, WWII vet, union organizer, dance teacher, water-dweller, LSD champion, counter-culture icon, world traveler, award-winning director and Shel Silverstein friend—made his final exit last week at ninety-two. Born in Brooklyn during Prohibition, Larry turned on, tuned in, and dropped out, finding a...