Nearby, at the Beard Street Warehouses, pier Glass was nearly washed away.
A friend ran down the pier, dived overboard and pulled him out; but the silk hat floated off with the tide.
Group shows outnumber solo presentations, both here and on pier 92.
mid-12c., "support of a span of a bridge," from Medieval Latin pera, of unknown origin, perhaps from Old North French pire "a breakwater," from Vulgar Latin *petricus, from Latin petra "rock" (see petrous), but OED is against this. Meaning "solid structure in a harbor, used as a landing place for vessels," is attested from mid-15c.