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ON OUR COVER July 2016 1-Jul-2016

Watching a waterfront fireworks display from a boat, the shoreline or hillside overlooking the water is a unique and special treat for Bay Area residents. More...

Bay Area Port Roundup 1-Jul-2016

If you haven't seen the Port of Oakland lately, you wouldn't recognize the place. That's the message the port delivered to customers last month in its mid-year report. More...

Residents Get New Online Tools to Help Shape Bay Area's Future 1-Jul-2016

The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) last month unveiled two new online tools to make it easier for Bay Area residents to weigh in on the policies and strategies shaping Plan Bay Area 2040, the long-range regional transportation and housing roadmap. More...

Carl Jeppesen 1-Jul-2016

From sailing in Ha Long Bay, Vietnam and on the Nile in Egypt, to outrigging in the South Pacific islands of Moorea, Aitutaki and Rarotonga, it wasn't until Carl Jeppesen sailed off of Oncho Rios, Jamaica when he looked out at the watery horizon and finally thought to himself, "I want to work on the water." More...

Tide Over 1-Jul-2016

Tidepools are one of the most volatile and harsh environments found on Earth. Life within these pools requires literally clinging on to one spot in order to resist waves constantly pulling and pushing against the ecosystem. More...

Do Fireworks Pollute the Bay? 1-Jul-2016

All around San Francisco Bay during Fourth of July celebrations, brightly colored fireworks light up the night sky. More...

IT'S SUMMERTIME! 1-Jul-2016

It's summertime! Summer in the Bay Area has the conditions necessary to create strong, steady, reliable winds. More...

Fireworks to Light Up the Bay on the Fourth 1-Jul-2016

Fireworks and the Fourth of July go together like apple pie and ice cream-which also happens to be a pretty nice treat for the mid-summer holiday. More...

Cooling Down the City, One Block at a Time 1-Jul-2016

San Francisco is one of three California cities selected to participate in a new five-month pilot program aiming to mitigate climate change, to prepare households for disasters and to improve the livability of neighborhoods. More...

Vallejo Ferry Maintenance Facility Nears Completion 1-Jul-2016

Last year, San Rafael-based Dutra Group began construction on the waterside phase of the North Bay Operations and Maintenance Facility, a project that will provide a base for WETA's Vallejo ferry fleet. More...

Opera at the Ballpark Returns to AT&T Park 1-Jul-2016

San Francisco Opera and the San Francisco Giants invite you to Opera at the Ballpark on July 2 at 7:30 p.m. More...

A Memorable July Awaits at Jack London Square 1-Jul-2016

Spend the summer at Jack London Square with a fun-filled month of free outdoor fun on the Oakland waterfront. More...

Paul Madonna's Unique Vision 1-Jul-2016

Many Bay Crossings readers know San Francisco-based artist and writer Paul Madonna as the creator of the series All Over Coffee and Everything Is Its Own Reward (winner of the 2011 NCBR Recognition Award for best book). More...

WATERFRONT ACTIVITIES July 2016 1-Jul-2016

Considering getting into the sport of sailing? Two hours on beautiful San Francisco Bay will help you to determine if you want to make sailing a bigger part of your life. More...

Around the Bay in July 2016 1-Jul-2016

The Fillmore Jazz Festival returns in 2016 on Saturday, July 2 and Sunday, July 3 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Blending art and soul in one of the country's most unique neighborhoods, the Fillmore Jazz Festival is the largest free jazz festival on the West Coast, drawing over 100,000 visitors over the Independence Day weekend. More...

Bay Crossings' Publisher Joel Williams rides the ferries with Doug McConnell on Bay Area Backroads.
     
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