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...

New Virtual Art Gallery

The Sausalito Library is hosting a new Virtual Art Gallery. While the library may be temporarily closed to the public, it continues to provide an ongoing online exhibit showcasing works by local artists. If you live or work in Sausalito or the Floating Homes community, you are invited to submit up...

Show Your Stuff at Art Exhibit

Art lifts the spirits whether you are making it, looking at it or dreaming about it! Don’t miss the opportunity to exhibit your creative endeavors at the Sausalito Village 7th Annual Art Exhibit. If you are a member or volunteer (of SV or CARSS) or want to be, please let...

Understanding Gender Identity

Janna Barkin and her husband Gabriel and are coming up on their one-year anniversary on A Dock. On Thursday, June 6, she will be speaking in City Hall on Understanding Gender Identity, based on her book He’s Always Been My Son. Here’s a brief excerpt from the introduction to the book:...

Flashback to the Vallejo

In 1969, Jim Gibbons dropped out of college and headed west, ending up in Sausalito, where he joined other dropouts living free on the water during the 1970s era of “sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll.” Now he has written a book about his adventures, in Sausalito and elsewhere, entitled...