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October 2018

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In This Issue

Open House

Life changes and leaving a cherished home after a decade inspire some reflection.

New In Town

Where to shop, what to eat, where to work and who to support

Monarchs on the Move

Where to spot one of nature’s farthest travelers.

Back to the Earth

Many people today are turning to natural burials, also known as woodland burials, to honor their loved ones through nature.

Page Turner

Congratulations are in order for Tiburon’s The Ark, who won first place for general excellence in the National Newspaper Association’s 2018 Better Newspapers contest.

Space Cowboys

For many, co-working spaces offer flexibility, resources, variety, and more fun than a permanent office. Here are some local shared spots worth checking out.

Haunted Marin: Camp Bothin

The Fairfax campground used by Girl Scouts of Northern California may have spookier residents as well.

Smoke on the Water

Local photographer captures hazy fire scene.

8 Questions for Tricia Seyler

Cotati’s Tricia Seyler has helped shatter the glass ceiling, but she prefers to be thought of as a leader, not a “female” leader

Author Talk Featuring Shane Bauer

We sat down with Oakland journalist Shane Bauer to discuss his book American Prison, which explores the country’s insidious nexus of prison and profit.

Transit Planner Michael Jones

This bicycle and pedestrian planner sees big things on the horizon for Marin.

A Home On the Waterfront

A 1945 vacation home in Tiburon gets a complete update that adds sophistication while keeping things relaxed.

Home Made

The story of a do-it-yourself Frank Lloyd Wright house (and doghouse) in Marin.

Ashes to Action

It's been a year since the Tubbs fire devasted parts of Napa, Sonoma and beyond. For Rebuild North Bay, the work has only just begun.

Not Their First Rodeo

The clowns, beauty queens and cowboys of the Gold County Pro Rodeo in Auburn.

Wine Country's Oldest Lodges

Before the verdant valleys of Napa and Sonoma were known as wine country, it was the new frontier. Here are three pre-1906 earthquake lodging options that have stood the test of time.

Harmon Guest House

Late last summer, Piazza Hospitality opened its third Healdsburg property, Harmon Guest House, named in honor of Harmon Heald, the town’s founder.

The Whole Lot

Planning a big party is understandably stressful. It’s one thing getting everyone to show up, and the other issue is how to accommodate the entire crew. Fortunately, the new Vista Collina can handle all of those concerns.

Walk and Wine at Sutro Wine Co.

Wine — it can be crispy or creamy, opulent or unctuous and scores of other things. Whatever it is, however, it is not a slimming beverage.

The Power of Wine

Good wine is powerful. It connects, inspires and amplifies. The most important moments in love, life and business are often paired with fine wines, celebrated around a dinner table.

Bali: Exploring Ubud

Escaping the world in this upland town is harder than it seems.

Zio Ziegler

The Marin native breaks The Fourth Wall in his solo exhibition at MarinMOCA.

Brian Copeland: The Waiting Period

Brian Copeland's play serves as the backdrop for this candid conversation about depression.

Pizza Your Way

Marin Pizza, the newest restaurant in Corte Madera’s Town Center, offers build-it-yourself pizzas and salads made with local farm-fresh ingredients.

Q&A with Joanne Parsont

We spoke with Director of Education Joanne Parsont of the California Film Institute (CFI), which uses films and filmmaking to educate kids about issues such as environmental preservation and activism.

Get Involved

We provide a list of the latest charities and causes in Marin to be excited about. Let's give back!

Location, Location

After owners made the back of the house the front and changed the address, this Mill Valley home is now in the perfect spot.

Space Invaders

Marin County is a stellar place to get a garden growing. Unfortunately, that variety includes nonnative plants that can spread into our prized open spaces.

The Real Blackie

This horse spent 28 years on the Tiburon pasture that now bears his name.
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