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April 2016

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In This Issue

Mark Laret

This CEO helps bring medicine to the masses.

New In Town

Marin is already a great place to live, and these new businesses are making it even more fun. Check out what’s new (or just getting better).

Local Lit

2015 marked the launch of a new literary magazine, bringing the county’s tally to four, and with topics like local tide schedules and cover art by notable artists, they’re as varied as the county itself.

Cooking with Beer

Now you can drink your favorite beverage and eat it too.

Spring, Served

A husband-and-wife duo delivers a taste of the season. Here's this month's Flavor.

An Agent of Taste

Check out JCB Tasting Salon in Yountville. Mimi Towle has the details.

View From Marin

Find out what's in the April issue of Marin Magazine.

Ranching Review

Are cattle endangering the seashore environment? Here's Jim Wood's point of view.

Your Letters

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

Local Fixtures

A group of artists brings contemporary art to public spaces.

Forage Forays

We talked with fungi expert Kevin Sadlier about where to find some species in Marin, as well as the best times to go out and what to do with your finds.

For the Love of Art

Learn more about how Youth in Arts is championing arts education. Kasia Pawlowska has the details.

Media Mavericks

Learn more about the nonprofit Community Media Center of Marin. Kasia Pawlowska has all the information.

Coho Comeback

Thanks to this year's heavy rainfall, coho salmon numbers are climbing. Here are the details.

Clean and Create

The 11th annual Create-With-Nature Earth Day Celebration takes place April 23 at Stinson Beach. Kasia Pawlowska has the details.

Author Talk

We sat down with San Anselmo’s Jacqueline Winspear to discuss her new book, "Journey to Munich: A Maisie Dobbs Novel."

Everyone SUP

Find your balance with this stand-up paddleboard instructor.

12 Questions for Bill English

Marc Hershon sits down with computer engineer, and the inventor of the mouse, Bill English in this month's Q&A.

Luminox

Kasia Pawlowska sits down with Barry Cohen, owner of San Rafael-based Luminox.

Think Big Live Small

Three Marin homeowners have found that nice things can come in tiny packages.

Bang For Your Buck

What does it cost to remodel in Marin and what are the benefits?

Glamping, California Style

Enjoying the great outdoors has never been easier or more luxe.

Wine Games

Head over to RN47 and test your tastebuds. Mimi Towle has the details.

Raise a Glass to Jack

Raise a glass to Jack London.

Stake Your Claim

Learn more about the wine glass writer –– and never wonder where you placed your glass again. Mimi Towle has the info.

Pack Up

Head to wine country this month for new activities that will delight your palate and senses.

New Look, New Tastes

St. Helena's Freemark Abbey winery is celebrating its 130th anniversary with a complete makeover. Here are the details.

Find Your Bliss

These world-class resorts offer such a vast variety of spa experiences. Why go to just one?

What's in a Name?

Ever wondered how Kalakaua Ave came to be on Oahu? Mimi Towle shares that and more.

Guatemala

A life-changing journey begins with a leap of faith.

Cello, Reimagined

Kasia Pawlowska sits down with Rebecca Roudman for this month's calendar spotlight.

Timeless Classic

A couple trades in their modern house for something with a little more backstory.

Billion-Dollar Man

This filmmaker was struggling when he came to Marin more than 45 years ago.
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