Map of the headlands near the southern side of the Golden Gate Bridge. All images via Joel Pomerantz/Seep City. The Wiggle may be full of bikes today, but it turns out that the path has a longer history beyond giving...
By 2018, GGB tolls will his $8. [ more › ]
Better have an alarm installed and make sure your car insurance is up to date if you live within proximity of the Golden Gate Bridge.
June 28--Regular commuters who drive across the Golden Gate Bridge will be giving the agency that runs the span another $60 or so over the next year beginning Wednesday. That's when tolls increase by 25 cents, part of a five-year plan to raise tolls by $2 by 2018. Show More Summary
Discover white, red, rosé …. and rainbow-tinged wine of gay-popular Sonoma County. From San Francisco drive over the Golden Gate Bridge and an hour through beautiful rolling hills to a darling little town called Healdsburg, a former farming village a… The post Gay Wine: 5 Things Not To Miss In Sonoma appeared first on Towleroad.
President Obama stood in a posh home overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge one night last week, ticking off Democratic achievements during his time in office before lightheartedly noting recent turbulence within the party.
Hank Pym and Hope van Dyne join Scott Lang underneath the Golden Gate bridge in this latest poster for Marvel's upcoming "Ant-Man" film.
What is it about an old federal penitentiary that's so appealing to tourists? Alcatraz beat out the Golden Gate Bridge, the Lincoln Memorial and the Statue of Liberty to be selected the No. 1 landmark in the U.S. in TripAdvisor's recent Travelers' Choice awards.
You never know where a drone might pop up…even in the CBS Evening News’ newsroom. Charlie Rose, filling in for Scott Pelley, introduced a report by CBS News Correspondent John Blackstone about drones at the Golden Gate Bridge, with one hovering above. The TV news veteran seemed to enjoy taking control of the drone:
The man in charge of the Golden Gate Bridge is trying to restrict the use of drones around the world-famous structure. He believes they could be putting lives in danger. John Blackstone reports.
Construction on the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco began on January 5, 1933. It opened for pedestrians on May 27, 1937, and for vehicles the next day, which makes it 78 years old. For most of those years, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world. Show More Summary
Seventy-eight years ago this week, the Golden Gate Bridge opened across the San Francisco Bay. Read the rest
On this day in 1937 the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California, was officially opened by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
On this date in 1937, San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge opened to the public. Here are a few things you might not have known about the oft-photographed structure.
1935 A man standing on the first cables during the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge, with the Presidio and San Francisco in the background. Image: Underwood Archives/Getty Images A perpetual monument that will make this city's name ring around the world and renew the magical fame which the Golden Gate enjoyed in the days of '49. Show More Summary
The Presidio -- a 1,491-acre chunk of public land at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge -- is one of San Francisco’s greatest assets, yet it remains underappreciated by travelers. Too bad, because as this video shows, it keeps getting better.
Puppy runs loose on freeway, new bathrooms by the beach, Panda gets his ring. [ more › ]
“In what may seem like a conspiracy by a local authority and a rental car company, FlyerTalk member milohoss was charged $25.80 by Hertz for driving a rental car across the Golden Gate Bridge — which normally charges a six dollar toll.” This...Show More Summary
The Golden Gate Bridge’s iconic “International Orange” paint job was a bit of a happy accident. If the United States Navy got its way, the landmark stretch of infrastructure would look like a bumble bee. That would’ve been just sad. Read more...
Hillary Clinton began a three-day fundraising swing through California Wednesday with an event hosted by billionaire environmentalist Tom Steyer at his San Francisco home overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge. Click to Continue »