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March 2008

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In This Issue

Bel Marin Keys

Waterfront lifestyle in Novato's Bel Marin Keys

View from Mt. Tam

Spring into Color

A potpourri of colorful ensembles for the coming season.

Readers Respond

Marin Magazine readers weigh in

Field of Greens

Reducing our Footprint

More Green Beauty Choices

Green beauty products become more and more available.

Bright Colors Return for Spring

Designers are making bold statements this spring.

John Stayton

John Stayton shares insights on his personal style.

Carpe Diem

Seize the sun power with Go Solar Marin.

The Village in Mill Valley

It Takes a Village helps connect parents with hope and resources.

Eco Kitchen Mill Valley

Mill Valley's green kitchen

Stewards of Change

Sustainable practices in local hotels.

Donald Deane

A conversation with the official "mayor of Bolinas"

Marin's Fashion Icon

Gladys Perint Palmer captures the magic and mystery of fashion

Marin's Western Neighbors

The isolation of the Farallons is more than offset by the wild beauty of the land.

Sustainable Living in Style

A dream home in the trees

The Burger Next Door

Exploring Marin's hamburger joints.

What is Ecotourism in 2008?

Tally-Ho in Nicasio

Los Altos Hounds' Marin hunt

Confessions of a Serial Dater

Wendy Merrill's Falling Into Manholes

John Gray

Marin Magazine talks with John Gray

Wild Luxury in Kenya

Comfort and sustainable travel in the land of exotic animals
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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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