Tunnel Beautification Project Underway

On May 11, the Sausalito City Council adopted a resolution to support a beautification project for the roadway tunnel between Marin City and Sausalito. The group behind the proposal, All the Children United, was born as a relatively simple idea for an art installation in tunnel. The finished design will...

Momentum Building for Gala and Tour

The Sausalito Floating Homes Virtual Gala and Tour is gathering steam in preparation for our June 9 webcast. We’ve already established pages on Facebook and Instagram. If you visit either of these sites you can help spread the word: On Facebook please like the page for updates. And be sure...

Virtual Floating Homes Tour This June

The FHA is planning a virtual open homes tour this June. We’ve been inspired by Performing Stars of Marin City, which staged an online gala last fall that netted $125,000. The centerpiece of our online production will be a walking tour, with visits to six homes and video interviews with...

Sausalito Art Festival Returns

Local artists just received this communication regarding the famous local art festival: The Sausalito Art Festival is proud to announce that Paul Anderson (former managing director of the SAF) and Kathleen Hughes (event director for the La Quinta Art Celebration) are bringing their experience and expertise to Sausalito to help...

South Forty’s Online Gallery

Inspired by the long-running Artists@Issaquah and shaped by the pandemic, SoFo Gallery is a monthly virtual platform for residents of South Forty Dock to share their art, writing, short videos, riffs, and photos. The site provides an opportunity to get to know another side of our neighbors—from the other side of...

California, a Myth that Came True

California got its name when early explorers mistook it for a legendary island supposedly inhabited by female warriors under the rule of a queen named Calafia. Thanks to historian Elenore Meherin, I’ve found what may be the source of that myth: a 16th Century novel by Garci Rodríguez de Montalvo...

South 40’s Enchanting Mailboxes

A few years back, when Waldo Point Harbor was converting from traditional mailboxes to locking cluster box units, South 40 residents sought permission to retain the old fashioned style. Not long after that, some neighbors asked Susan Neri to help decorate their boxes. Susan is a lifelong graphic designer, and...

Reflections by Jarl Forsman

Issaquah Dock resident Jarl Forsman is a writer, painter and long-time practitioner and teacher of the art of Tai Chi/Qigong. She’s recently discovered a new artistic direction. Exploring the nooks and crannies of Richardson bay at various times of day from her small motor boat, she began to notice the...