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January 2015

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In This Issue

Crocks & Pots

This winter, take the time to prepare something simple, warm and delicious. Lynda Balslev shares four great recipes.


A Marin ski enthusiast finds a powdery heaven on the other side of the world.

9 Questions for Ann Killion

Marc Hershon sits down with sports columnist Ann Killion in this month's Q&A.

Marc Levine

The 40-year-old San Rafael resident and California Assembly member has lived an enviable political life.

Here Comes the Olive

Experience wine country's second harvest. Ann Wycoff has the details in this month's Go story.

Saigon Meets Mill Valley

Boo Koo’s Asian street food is an artful blend of Marin and the Orient.

View from Marin

Here's what you'll find in the January 2015 issue of Marin Magazine.

I Do

Weddings come in many forms, but these five couples believe that love is the secret ingredient.

A Busy New Year

Jim Wood tells us about three Marin endeavors to watch in 2015. Read on to learn more.

Still Smiling

Jim Wood looks back at the Bolinas bar, now known widely as Smiley's.

The Long View

When a third child came along, it was time to trade in the city for the rope swing.

Your Letters

Here is what you had to say about our stories in previous issues.

Room with a View

A remodel turns into a complete reconfiguration with stunning results.

Stress-Free New Year

Assistant Editor Calin Van Paris has four tips on how to let go of the holiday 2014 stress now that 2015 is here. Read on for more.


This month's Made by Marin is local company Fitmark.

New in Town

Here's what new in Marin County. Did we miss something? Leave a comment to tell us.

Author Talk

This month's featured author is Daniel Alarcón and we share a few page turners to get you going on your 2015 reading.
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