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July 2017

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In This Issue

Picnic Perfection

This summer, lead off that outdoor potluck party with one of these Marin-inspired dishes.

Albert Straus

The well-known West Marin dairy farmer discusses organic farming, immigration issues and challenges facing the food-producing region.

Hooked on Hawk Hill

For these citizen scientists, nothing beats the thrill of looking a large raptor in the eye.

Live Transmission

Radio operators throughout the county use invisible electromagnetic energy to send and receive messages.

A Special Problem

What are Marin medical professionals doing about the short supply of new doctors?

Santa Ynez Valley

This wine-producing region is worth more than a casual glance out the window.

Local Libations

Planning a summer potluck? Consider creating a booze bar where only locally made or sold spirits are served. Here’s a few to get you started.

Savoring Sayulita

Pork belly tacos at Shoreline Coffee Shop.

What's Hot: Gia Ristorante Italiano

Gia Ristorante Italiano owner Laudati and chef Guasco are a prominent part of the dining experience, regularly checking in with guests ensuring that meals are being enjoyed.

BRU Broth

This San Anselmo–based duo has been making cold-pressed bone broth since 2015.

10 Questions for Kevin Tinto

We spoke with Tiburon author Kevin Tinto about his life as a writer.

For the Desk Set

Finding the perfect pastime partner.

The Lawn and Beyond

Garden design ideas and tips for when the days of groomed green grass are over.

What Might Have Been

In the mid-1950s, Richardson Bay was set to contain 2,000 homes and a marina.

Make Room for Baby

A Mill Valley family moves out for this intensive remodel, but saves as much money as possible for the kitchen.

Family Fun

Broadway Under the Stars for the whole crew.

Meet the Makers

Tucked away in sleepy Sebastopol is a neighborhood of artisans.

Sun 'n' Ski

Odd weather means you could be skiing in summertime.

South Bay Getaways

It’s less than an hour away, but sometimes traveling to Silicon Valley can feel like heading to a different state. Once you get there, here are three hotels offering you a good reason to stay.

Health Roundup

Back pain? Allergies? Tanning your skin? We've talked to some of our [415] Top Doctors to get some health tips for you.

More to Mount Tam

Here are some interesting facts about Mount Tam's biodiversity that you may not have known.

New in Town

The freshest spots around Marin.
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Yaz Krehbiel Supports 10,000 Degrees

A local Marin artist advocates for an organization which has enabled thousands of low-income students to graduate college and to excel in life. [Sponsored]

Sausalito's Marine Mammal Center is Advancing Ocean Conservation

This environmental organization works tirelessly to protect our sea animals, with the help of wealth management firm Private Ocean [Sponsored]

How to Keep Calm and Carry On

Life comes with lots of ups and downs. And that’s especially true for teens. [Sponsored]
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