Commuters board the San Francisco Bay Ferry at the Alameda Main ferry terminal for a trip to San Francisco in Alameda, Calif., on Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016. Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) expects ridership to grow sixfold and plans to triple its fleet and more than double the number of routes it operates.  (Laura A. Oda/Bay Area News Group)

Private commuter ferries return to Berkeley Marina

Tideline Marine Group and PROP SF — two private water taxi operators in the Bay Area — will soon provide daily ferry services for the general public from Berkeley and Emeryville to San Francisco and Redwood City. Tideline operations will begin within 30 days at the Berkeley Marina and PROP SF plans to start in December or January.
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Berkeley: A new haven for cinephiles

When people think of cities with vibrant film cultures, only two places tend to come to mind: Los Angeles and New York. Which, to be fair, is expected. There’s Los Angeles — the home of Disney, Warner Brothers Studios and almost all other major studios. It’s arguably the entertainment capital
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