New York Report
How A Monthly Scoops the Dailies
Red & White Fleet Offers to Operate Alameda Oakland Ferry
Bay Area Transit Operators Extend TransLink«
Pilot Program
Bay Journal
Welcome Back David Clark!
Bay Environment
Lighted Yacht Parade At Jack London Square
Transportation Commission Honors Excellence In Motion At 25th Awards Ceremony
Temple Israel Alameda Chamber Music Concerts
Brotman & Horowitz
Chandlery Wars?
Mexican Tall Ship Arrives on Dia de los Muertos
Signs of the Times
Bay Crossings Cuisine
Best of the Waterfront Winners
WTA Pages: The Public Speaks Out in Support of Ferry Service
Working Waterfront
Golden Gate Bridge Updates
San Francisco Crab Festival Debuts
Wine, Art & Music in Alameda
They're off to the races, again!
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The Best that Be on the Bay
Bay Crossings readers have voted - more than 1,400 of them - and the results are in. No hanging chads here, just the Best of the San Francisco Bay Waterfront as decided by those who know best: you and your fellow readers, the folks who live, work and play on the Bay every day. Here, Steve Smith, General Manager of Lapis, accepts his plaque as Best Waterfront Restaurant.
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y Do this, Don't do Thatů
Can't you read the sign? Our resident muckraker Guy Span casts his jaundiced eye on the crazy quilt of signs that vex the uninitiated trying to find their way around San Francisco's foot of Market area.
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Waterfront Highways and What to Do With Them
Our New York tri-state area brethren are grappling with many of the same issues we are when it comes to how to make the most and best of the new waterfront lifestyle. Here, Neal Kronley and Carter Craft of the Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance weigh in on waterfront highways.
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Captain Clark is Back on the Bridge
Feisty David Clark, the man in charge of the Golden Gate Ferries, is back at the helm after a bout with cancer. Senior Editor Wes Starratt welcomes him back.
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