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April 2015

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In This Issue

Papas Bravas Recipe

Chef Mike Ward shares a popular recipe crafted with his team during his tenure at the now-closed El Paseo.

14 Questions for Samuel Stromberg

Executive Editor Mimi Towle sits down with Marin's own Samuel Stromberg, contestant on last season's MasterChef Jr.

Fresh Eats

If you’re headed to Healdsburg here are three new and exciting restaurants worth checking out.

Party on Wheels

Have you heard of BarCar? It's a great portable bar, perfect for any occasion. Executive Editor Mimi Towle has the details.

Saving the Past

Remodeling, restoring and repurposing some of Marin’s most historic properties.

Float On

Check out these three great spots for paddleboarding in Marin County.

Shooting the Rim

Hiking the Grand Canyon with a group of people is always a plus. Here is Ginny Graves' encounter of her own personal experience of trekking through the Grand Canyon.

View From Marin

With spring here, we have a piece on juicing, a look at competitive sports in Marin, a great home renovation section, an interview with MasterChef Junior's Samuel Stromberg and much more.

Iceland

After a week of weirdness, a photographer finds the natural allure of an isolated country.

Small Change

This month's POV is about the Community Service Fund. Read on to see what Jim Wood has to say.

Your Letters

Here's what you had to say about Marin Magazine.

New in Town

Here's what's new in Marin County.

All Shells Shucked

Drakes Estero is no longer home to an oyster farm.

On the Road Again

Doug McConnell, the Bay Area’s favorite explorer, is back on television this month with OpenRoad.

Quite a Bounty in Marin

Are you a nautical fan? How about the Titanic or HMS Bounty? Mimi Towle sits down with nautical collector Tony Probst of Audio Visual Integration in downtown San Rafael.

Francis Drake Eyewear

This month's Made by Marin features Francis Drake Eyewear, located in Greenbrae.

Get Creative

Head to Ink. Paper. Plate in West Marin and learn how to make art by hand. Tim Porter has more information.

Spring Reset

Ready for a reset? Lynda Balslev has some great juice, smoothie and tonic recipes that will help you get in great shape. Click through to each page for the individual recipes.

Are We Having Fun Yet?

Kids today are starting sports younger and training harder. But is the "more is better" attitude helping or hurting them?

Something for Everyone

An exhaustive renovation in Mill Valley pays huge dividends with a kitchen for her and a deck for him.

Remodel Revelations

From high-sheen smoked glass cabinets to coffee bars, we asked the experts to tell us what’s hot in home renovations.

Visions of Vancouver

Looking for a vacation that's near by and has things in common with our city by the bay? Head to Vancouver, Canada. Tim Johnson shares his story.

A Time to Rush

A Novato home with a great view has everything a growing family needs.

Still Alive at 85

Ross Valley Players is the West Coast’s oldest continually operating community theater company.
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