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ON OUR COVER October 2014 1-Oct-2014

A new art exhibit opened on Alcatraz Island last month by Ai Weiwei, a Beijing-based artist and activist whose work encompasses sculpture, installation, photography, film, architecture and social criticism. More...

Local Trade Associations Focus on Education 1-Oct-2014

This year, the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) celebrates its 51st anniversary as the leading worldwide professional association dedicated to the education, research and advancement of the supply chain management profession. More...

Tank Cars of Crude Oil on the Bay’s Shore? No Thanks 1-Oct-2014

Long freight trains, with tank cars full of crude oil, chugging daily along San Francisco Bay’s shore? That’s the oil industry’s plan—to expand the shipment of crude oil into the Bay Area by train. More...

Forrest Fennell 1-Oct-2014

Forrest Fennell is not your average vessel master (in other words, captain) for Golden Gate Ferry. More...

Fleet Week Returns in Full Force 1-Oct-2014

The City of San Francisco recently announced Fleet Week’s welcome return to the Bay Area. The event will run from October 6 to October 13. More...

Five Ferry Questions for the Mayor of Alameda 1-Oct-2014

With new service to South San Francisco struggling to get its sea legs, WETA ferry service to the island city of Alameda remains the agency’s core success story. More...

San Francisco Celebrates the Grand Opening of the James R. Herman Cruise Terminal at Pier 27 1-Oct-2014

On September 25, public officials, the maritime community and the public celebrated the grand opening of the new James R. Herman Cruise Terminal at Pier 27. More...

Noted Human Rights Activist Creates Alcatraz Exhibition 1-Oct-2014

A new art exhibit opened on Alcatraz Island last month featuring works by Ai Weiwei, a Beijing-based artist and activist whose work encompasses sculpture, installation, photography, film, architecture and social criticism. More...

A PERFECT SAILING BREEZE 1-Oct-2014

One day this past summer I found myself assigned to a private lesson with a student I’d taught some time ago. Unfortunately, he had allowed life to get in the way of sailing for several years. More...

PAWS ON THE SQUARE BRINGS TAIL-WAGGIN’ FUN TO JACK LONDON SQUARE 1-Oct-2014

Pet owners and their pups are invited to enjoy festive, four-legged fun at Jack London Square’s Paws on the Square! This month-long series will fill the Oakland waterfront with free tips, tricks and puppy pampering each Wednesday evening in October from 5 to 7 p.m. More...

Cruising Into a Greener Future 1-Oct-2014

On September 18, cruise ship passengers filled the halls of San Francisco’s new Justin R. Herman Cruise Terminal at Pier 27 for the very first time. More...

Meet Our Monsters 1-Oct-2014

Halloween is around the corner, which means it’s time for this year’s edition of Meet Our Monsters! The oceans are full of creepy creatures with freaky skills that seem eerily unnatural. More...

Old Hats and Old Stuff 1-Oct-2014

Theatre lovers and those who cherish antiques will have much to look forward to this month. More...

WATERFRONT ACTIVITIES October 2014 1-Oct-2014

Climb aboard the classic schooner Seaward and see San Francisco from the water! Take in an unmatched view of the city front as you sail by famous San Francisco sights such as the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, and Angel Island. More...

Aquarium of the Bay to Hold Gala Fundraiser 1-Oct-2014

Aquarium of the Bay and the Bay Institute will hold the San Francisco Bay Gala, their largest fundraising event, on October 9 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. More...

Around the Bay in October 2014 1-Oct-2014

The City of Vallejo is reviving the Vallejo Waterfront Weekend for a two-day, fun- and activity-filled weekend October 4 and 5. The event will feature music, food, entertainment and activities for the entire family. More...