Crowds of corgis — and the humans that love them — gathered this past Saturday to celebrate the short-legged, stubby tail-having corgis of the Bay Area.
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- Costumed corgis invade Ocean Beach for Corgi Con
By Dianne de Guzman, SFGATE - Sunday Oct 22, 2017
- Search goes on for missing person at SF’s Ocean Beach
By Sarah Ravani - Wednesday Aug 2, 2017
Search goes on for missing person at SF’s Ocean Beach A search for a person who went missing Tuesday night at Ocean Beach in San Francisco is expected to resume Wednesday morning with Coast Guard aircraft crews combing the coastline, officials said. Firefighters received a report about 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday that an individual, who was not identified, appeared to be stuck in the water and needed to be rescued, according to the San Francisco Fire Department. Though hazardous water conditions, including strong rip currents, are generally cause for concern, waves this week aren’t expected to reach over three feet, said Will Pi, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.
- Listing of the Day: Byron Bay
Friday Jul 7, 2017
The entire estate covers 274 acres of coastal bushland and enjoys a nearly one mile stretch of beach frontage to the Pacific Ocean and Marine National Park
- Ocean City Now Says Police Will Be Alerted To Women Sunbathing Topless
By Kate Cox - Friday Jun 9, 2017
UPDATE: The leadership of Ocean City, MD, has clarified in a public statement that not only are the town’s beaches not topless, but that women who sunbathe without covering up may face legal trouble.“Despite what is being circulated on social media, the Town of Ocean City is not a topless beach and will not become a topless beach,” reads …
- Miami Beach Penthouse, Now $18 Million Cheaper
Thursday Aug 3, 2017
Originally seeking $53 million in late 2015, the furnished unit at 321 Ocean is now asking $34,999,999.
- Hot August on the way for Bay Area and nation
By Filipa Ioannou - Thursday Jul 27, 2017
A heat wave is expected to kick off a warmer-than-average August in the Bay Area with temperatures in some inland areas rising to near triple digits, forecasters predicted. On Thursday and Friday, temperatures in San Francisco will be a bit warmer than the past few days with highs reaching the lower 70s and 60s near Ocean Beach, said Roger Gass, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service. “These temperatures are above seasonal averages, but this time of year it’s pretty typical for us to get these warming trends,” Gass said. Temperatures will be a degree or two cooler on Friday for parts of the Bay Area near the coast. San Francisco is going to have a high of 69 Saturday and Sunday it’s 71, so no big issue for coastal areas, but inland, it looks like the mid to upper 90s in the valleys over the weekend. The heat will be similar to other hot spells that hit the Bay Area earlier in the summer and triggered heat advisories from the weather service, Dykema said. For the long-term, forecasters expect a warm August overall in the Bay Area, according to the National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center. The summer heat won’t be limited to the Bay Area or even California — the entire nation is expected to have a warm August, forecasters predict.