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    Monday, October 23, 2017
    Paddle Place by Bob Cooper * Photos by Steve KeppleFather-and-son team Bob and Galen Licht of Sausalito’s Sea Trek. MILL VALLEY RESIDENT Bob Licht had already spent a decade leading whitewater trips all over the state when he decided to stick closer to home by opening California’s first commercial sea kayaking operation in Sausalito in 1982. "I knew that Richardson Bay had abundant wildlife, ...read more
    Categories: Chamber, Community, General News Article, Human Interest
    Tuesday, May 02, 2017
    Barfly: Gourmet food and wine tours perfect for foodiesRead the articlePhoto by Eyerusalem GettiyeNovato resident Renee ReBell founded Gourmet Food and Wine Tours. By Jeff Burkhart, IJ correspondent Gourmet food and wine can be a bit daunting. Where to go? What to do? What goes with what? And then there’s the reservations. It can be a bit overwhelming. Throw in driving, and your options can be ...read more
    Categories: Community, Press Release, Chamber, Human Interest
    Monday, May 01, 2017
    Tall Ship Matthew Turner Launches From Sausalito San Francisco Bay Crossings, May 2017 Matthew Turner-a historic, sustainable wooden brigantine schooner designed to provide experiential education for students-is the first tall ship built and launched in the San Francisco Bay Area in nearly 100 years. Read the story here
    Categories: Chamber, Community, General News Article, Human Interest
    Thursday, February 09, 2017
    Photo: Santiago Mejia, The Chronicle Book Passage opens store in Sausalito By John McMurtrie, San Francisco ChronicleFebruary 6, 2017 “The little fishing village of Sausalito” is how Jack Kerouac described the idyllic Marin County community in the 1957 novel “On the Road.” Long since a magnet for houseboat dwellers and art lovers, the city of 7,000 inhabitants now has another draw: a bayside ...read more
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    Tuesday, January 17, 2017
    Marine Mammal Center eye gel helps oil-sullied pinnipedsMarine Mammal Center pinnipeds are receiving an antibiotic gel used in human medicine to help oiled wildlife recover. (IJ photo/Alan Dep) By Mark Prado, Marin Independent Journal Pinnipeds whose eyes are affected by oil contamination and other hazards are benefitting from an antibiotic gel commonly used in human medicine and domestic ...read more
    Categories: Community, Education, General News Article
    Monday, December 26, 2016
    Tall Ship ‘Matthew Turner’ readying for April launchby Michelle Sadler, IJ Contributor   Volunteer shipwrights Jon Allen, left, and Chas Denicke pose for a photo with Alan Olson, the Educational Tall Ship project director, in Sausalito Calif. on Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016. The three stand on the deck of the Matthew Turner, a traditional wooden tall ship being built on the Sausalito waterfront. ...read more
    Categories: Chamber, Community, General News Article, Human Interest
    Tuesday, March 29, 2016
    11 Incredible Day Trips Just Outside San Francisco Sausalito’s houseboats at sunrise | © Miwok/FlickrSausalito offers small town charm and a stunning waterfront that is located right across the Golden Gate Bridge. Known as a hotspot for early morning endurance athletes, Sausalito has awesome running and biking routes as well as kayaking, rowing, and sailing clubs. After getting your sweat on, ...read more
    Categories: Community, General News Article, Human Interest, Press Release
    Friday, February 26, 2016
    Cavallo Point cooking school director’s culinary callingSherry LaVars — Special to Marin Independent Journal Jayne Reichert, head of Cooking School at Cavallo Point, teaches a farmers market class. Some of the dishes they made included lobster ravioli with pink peppercorns and preserved lemon sauce, seared duck breast and beet, citrus and pea tendril salad. By Vicki Larson, Marin Independent ...read more
    Categories: Chamber, Education, Human Interest, Community, General News Article
    Thursday, January 21, 2016
    NepalA Sausalito resident reflects on Nepal, a tiny land with a huge heart.By Teri Goldstein5    DAVID ALTSCHUL WHEN I HEARD about the 7.8 earthquake last year in Kathmandu on the morning of April 25 I immediately picked up the phone and called my ground operator and photo guide to make sure they were OK. Phone lines were down. I emailed and sent text messages. Within three hours I received ...read more
    Categories: Chamber, Community, Education, General News Article, Human Interest, Press Release
    Friday, January 15, 2016
    By Brooke Jackson, IJ correspondent Posted: 12/29/15, 1:35 PM PST|Updated: 2 weeks, 2 days ago1 CommentPaninis such as this one made with smoked salmon are featured at Cibo in Sausalito. (Robert Tong/Marin Independent Journal)   Summary: This casual breakfast and lunch spot on a busy stretch of Bridgeway in Sausalito is popular for its sustainable, fresh sandwiches, panini and salads. The ...read more
    Friday, January 15, 2016
    Find Your Balance On and Off the Water  
    Categories: Community, Economic, Education, General News Article, Human Interest, Press Release