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July 2016

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In This Issue

Sea Change

Chef Howard Ko refreshes a Bay Area institution.

View From Marin

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

What Is Vimizim

Developing a life science economy around the Buck Institute is good for Marin — and humanity.

Your Letters

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

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).

Summer Fun

Celebrating its 75th anniversary, the Marin County Fair brings fun and entertainment to the masses while continuing its tradition of leaving a small footprint.

Recycling Rebate

Associate Editor Kasia Pawlowska shares what you can do with all that excess paint.

Be Free

Learn more about Gluten-Free Forever magazine. Kasia Pawlowska has the details.

Andalou Naturals

Learn more about Andalou Naturals in this month's Made by Marin.

On the Range

Marin is the only place to see tule elk in a national park setting.

Andrew Hening

San Rafael’s first-ever director of homeless planning and outreach is in a newly created position, one he hopes won’t exist if he succeeds.

Turn Up The Heat

They are places to feed the family, entertain guests and escape from their hectic lives. We take you inside the kitchens of three celebrity chefs.

Rise & Shine

Artisanal bakeries tap into Tomales Bay's foodie heritage.

All The Buzz

More than just producing the sweet stuff, Marin’s beekeepers also have a hand in improving the environment and the quality of your garden.

Choose Well

Six important tips to help you pick the right medical specialist.

Go Fore It

Enjoy the game of golf with a national park as your backdrop.

Ethiopia

Discovering a country of rugged natural beauty, far beyond the typical media portrayals.

Night Surfing in Novato

Chuck Prophet plays the Hopmonk Cookout Concert Series.

Leveling Out

San Rafael: A contemporary floor plan puts the family chef in the middle of the action.

On Track

The Tiburon Peninsula owes much of its existence to the trains of 130 years ago.
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