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March 2016

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In This Issue

Pie in the Sky

Ever heard the phrase "pie in the sky"? Kasia Pawlowska tells you how it originated.

On the Grille

Three local chefs with a passion for engines.

View From Marin

Learn more about the March issue of Marin Magazine.

Trash Talk

If it can’t be recycled or composted, it’s garbage. But what is garbage? Here's this month's POV.

Your Letters

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

A Big Cleanup

Transforming a 1930s-era gas plant site into something much more useful.

Thar She Blows

Head out to Point Reyes National Seashore mid-to-late march and watch the California gray whales migrate. Kasia Pawlowska has more details.

Center Stage

If you want to add some real drama to your life, consider live theater. Kasia Pawlowska has the details.

Think Small

Small houses are in. Kasia Pawlowska tells you which Marin County cities are allowing this new trend.

Red Whale Coffee

Learn more about Red Whale Coffee in this month's Made By Marin.

Handy Man

Need to get your phone screen repaired? Tim Porter goes on the job with Thinh Nguyen, owner of Gadget Pron in San Rafael and Novato.

Mark Cavagnero

The noted architect and planner is in for the long haul on the controversial 304-home Seminary project.

Shades of Serenity

This spring, the soft blue chosen by Pantone as a color of the year reigned supreme on the runway. Reminiscent of the ocean and the sky, this nature-inspired hue creates a sense of peace and calm in our sometimes chaotic world.

Homegrown Success

A sparsely populated and remote part of the county is now an organic food mecca.

Go Natural

New trends and offerings in the Hawaiian Islands.

Russia's Far East

A rare expedition provides glimpses of Cold War ruins, earthly explosions and extraordinary wildlife.

Golden Tunes

The California Honeydrops bring their signature sweetness to the stage.

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).

Emerald Isle Eats

A local pub’s quintessential St. Patrick’s Day dish.

Here Comes the Sun

A Kentfield woman finds the perfect home to let the light shine in.

Lasting Landmark

From Miwoks to Burdells to “the Chosen Family,” a microcosm of Marin history.
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