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October 2017

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In This Issue

Happy Haunting

Looking to be properly spooked this October? Look no further than Marin — a county with its share of paranormal activity.

Little Pieces of Paradise

Here are five under-the-radar winery stops.

Top Gram

Check out our top instagram post for the month.

Critters Gone Wild

Candid cameras on Mount Tam benefit scientists and animal lovers alike.

Considering Columbus

The way we look at history changes as time goes on, and the same can be said about some of history's most recognized figures.

Decades of Jamming

Marin's music scene continues to span across decades, and Bob Minkin's book shows us just what that looks like.

Trial Run

At Marinship, it took just over two months to construct this 524-foot tanker that carried 120,400 barrels of oil to the South Pacific.

Lighten Up

Let your front porch shine.

Close to Town

A vintage Mill Valley home was enough to lure this couple off the mountain.

Local Bounty

Buttery black cod at Poggio.

Go Mad for Madcap

Don't miss Iron Chef winner Ron Siegel's newly opened Madcap.

The Big 4-0

A milestone year for the Mill Valley Film Festival.

A Night in Napa

From high to low, we’ve found the valley itinerary that fits any budget.

Rock Vines

Check out the musical inspiration at the Cliff Lede Vineyards.

Garden Delight

Enjoy the spoils of Indian summer at these wineries highlighting fresh produce plucked from the garden.

American Serengeti

A luxe mother-daughter trip to the largest preserve in the continental United States.

Shining a Light

Slavery is still happening all over the world, and this Mill Valley photographer has documented it in her new book.

Going Green

More than just a rebuild, this Marin home was the first in the country to use a new bamboo framing system.

Laurie Thompson

The keeper of Marin’s history now has the room to archive it.

Modern Love

This collector can’t resist the lure of Charles and Ray Eames.

15 Questions for Amy Gutierrez

We asked Amy Gutierrez about her experiences as a Giants journalist.

Author Talk: Pamela Burke

We sat down with Pamela Burke of radio program The Women’s Eye to discuss her new book.
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