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September 2017

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In This Issue

Not-So-Haughty Yacht Clubs

Five community gems that are as fun to hang out at as they are to sail from.

Top Gram

Here is our gorgeous top Instagram photo from July.

Lunch Is Served

Student meals have come a long way since the days of mystery meat.

Air to the Thrones

CheapOAir is offering these flight and hotel deals

Educating Ricky

Good attendance is necessary for reliable school funding.

What's Hot: El Paseo

Chef Todd Shoberg shows us what's hot at local favorite El Paseo.

Luxe Lake Life

The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe opened a new, fully featured waterfront lake club.

Head to Humboldt

Here's a list of fun Humboldt facts.

Bike Big Sur

Thanks to the storms and landslides, you can make bike plans for the closed-off portion of Highway 1.

Pizza Nation

Even though there are many styles and tastes, when you’re traveling about the country it’s always smart to try the local pie.

Concrete Beauty

This fall, impress with florals, statement reds, leather daywear, checkered patterns and the classic trench.

Education Innovations

New education concepts are offering students experiences they couldn't find in a traditional classroom setting.

FDR in San Rafael

A president’s not-so-secret secret mission included visits to Novato’s Hamilton Army Airfield and downtown San Rafael.

Falling for the Garden

There is much to do in the late season garden.

Keep What You Love

When a local realtor bought a house to rehab and resell, he never expected to call it his home.

Hip to Be Square

Juice Girl spices up the perfect healthy on-the-go snack.

Seven Minutes to Glory

S.F. Comedy Competition comes to San Rafael.

In a Pickle

This just might be the most fun you can have playing a sport you may not have heard of.

Bastions, Batteries and Beyond

The historic war relics that surround us.

Lori Sparrow

A lifetime of fundraising has led her to Camp Okizu — and a leading role in supporting families with childhood cancer.

In the Spotlight

This owner of the last independent video rental store in Marin County continues to defy the odds.

Safe Catch

Testing for mercury levels in fish turns out to be a business that benefits the health of the community.

10 Questions for Nion McEvoy

We sat down and spoke with Nion McEvoy, CEO and chairman of Chronicle Books in San Francisco.

The Wright App

We take a look at some interesting metrics gathered from a local history app.

Bye, Bye Sugar

Local drinks that deliver flavor, without the fake stuff.

Education Equality

What is being done about the fact that Marin has the second-highest level of income inequality of any county in California?

Tick Talk

These little bugs can be a health concern, so take these simple steps to keep yourself safe from ticks.

New in Town

Here's a glimpse at some new businesses around town.
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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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