The nonprofit founder and director recently swam the English Channel.
The artist and Marin Open Studios executive director discusses this year’s event and her artistic passions.
After the catastrophic earthquake, a group of more than 60 Chinese women and girls fled to San Anselmo.
Four San Rafael High students unwittingly coined pot’s most popular code name.
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News and Local Happenings around Marin County and Beyond
This family-operated ranch is by lead by Jim and Donna Pacheco, along with their four children.
For the past nine years, this ranch in Nicasio Valley has been producing award-winning European-style cheese.
What’s Your Strategy for Summer Camp Signups? Better Get a Move On.
The many achievements of a decorated Weimaraner.
Faces of Marin
The #1 team at the #1 real estate brokerage in Marin, Max Applegarth and Kara Warrin specialize in high-end, luxury real estate, with over $1 billion in sales. Known for their discretion, uncompromising quality and an elite level of…
Educator. Father. Scholar. Adventurer. For someone as accomplished as Andrew Davis, these words only scratch the surface of his many talents and achievements. Beginning his third year as Head of School at Mount Tamalpais School, Andrew has transformed the…
“Shenna, Mike and I are all pretty down to earth people that roll up our sleeves and deliver results to our clients every day,” says Liz McCarthy. “We’re all Marin parents with children ranging in age from pre-school to…
Penny Wright-Mulligan’s commitment to each one of her clients ensures their success. In her 14 years of experience working in Marin County, she has become intimately aware of its trends. Penny is consistently in the top 3 percent of…
Marin’s diverse geography includes everything from urban area to seashore, freeways to mountains. This month we look at Mill Valley’s Scott Valley.
Marin’s diverse geography includes everything from urban area to seashore, freeways to mountains. This month we look at Corte Madera’s Christmas Tree Hill, named for the zigzagging pattern of streetlights covering the prominent hill.
Learn more about Old Tiburon in this month's neighborhoods section.
Rediscover San Rafael's Marinwood neighborhood.
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.
Cotati’s Tricia Seyler has helped shatter the glass ceiling, but she prefers to be thought of as a leader, not a “female” leader
Things to Do
The Bay Area has a thriving music scene and Marin is no musical slouch either. Here are the listings from our latest issue, highlighting mostly Marin and the rest of the Bay Area too.
In the mood for a ballet? How about a bit of comedy? Below, find the listings from our latest issue.