Phyllis Gould, WWII Defense Worker Who Fought To Honor Rosie The Riveter Dies, At 99Phyllis Gould, one of the millions of women who worked in defense plants in World War II and who later relentlessly fought for recognition of those “Rosie the Riveters,” has died. She was 99.
Hundreds Celebrate 'Rosie the Riveter' at Richmond Waterfront FestivalAn estimated 1,000 people attended the Rosie Rally Home Front Festival in Richmond Saturday to commemorate the iconic, if fictional, World War II female worker known as "Rosie the Riveter."
Thousands Rally In Richmond To Set 'Rosie The Riveter' World RecordA sea of red, white and blue filled a waterfront pavilion in Richmond Saturday as hundreds of 'Rosies' tried to break a world record.
Best Parks In The East Bay For A Winter Nature WalkA look at five of the best East Bay parks for a winter nature walk...
Michigan Group Wants Rosie The Riveter Record Back From RichmondA group that's preserving a portion of a Detroit-area assembly plant where Rosie the Riveter once worked as a museum wants its world record back.
Sequester Cuts May Impact Access To East Bay Historical SitesBudget cuts related to the federal sequester are impacting some National Park Service sites in the East Bay, which could lead to less public access.
Learn About Presidential And American History Around San FranciscoPresidents Day is February 18. In honor of the holiday, here are ways you can get in touch with your patriotic side. Experience the glorious San Francisco Bay simultaneously with sails, kayaking, hikes, bike rides and more at these living museums and free park sites. Celebrate your freedom on the water and with some fresh air.
Richmond’s Rosie The Riveter Visitor Center Opens, Commemorates WWII Richmond's Rosie The Riveter World War II Home Front National Historic Park opened a new visitor's center this weekend that details the city shipyard's vital role in the war.