Meet the folks who run the Mill Valley Market. Providing fresh and unique foods to Marin residents is a generational family affair.
The CEO of the Marin City Health and Wellness Center is a woman of many talents and, seemingly, endless energy.
The San Rafael resident is spearheading an effort to bring a $20 million permanent farmers’ market to Marin.
San Rafael’s first-ever director of homeless planning and outreach is in a newly created position, one he hopes won’t exist if he succeeds.
Mill Valley's soon-to-be mayor is also working to reduce America's incarceration rate.
With an expanded budget, the executive director of WildCare talks about the past, the present and the major plans for the organization’s future.
This CEO helps bring medicine to the masses.
The noted architect and planner is in for the long haul on the controversial 304-home Seminary project.
Overseeing the distribution of more than $65 million annually to worthy causes in Marin and the world.
The CEO of Marin Healthcare District has led Marin General Hospital from times of turmoil to a triumphant groundbreaking of a new $550 million facility.
Tiburon’s Dave Olson believes he belongs to a long-ago decade.
Marin’s congressman (formerly our assemblyman) discusses his increased workload, the Trans-Pacific Partnership and playing basketball with President Barack Obama.
The San Rafael producer, songwriter and musician knows how to keep the hits coming.
Beyond the countless hours put in at her two bookstores, she also plays a pivotal role in the lives of four adult children and six grandchildren. Here is this month's conversation with Book Passage's Elaine Petrocelli.
Remodeling, restoring and repurposing some of Marin’s most historic properties.
Charles Collins of Marin County has been president and CEO of the YMCA of San Francisco for the past decade. Marc Hershon sits down with him and finds out his story in this month's conversation.
Meet the Marin man at the helm of the Tamalpais Lands Collaborative.
Jim Wood sits down with local poet Jane Hirshfield for this month's Conversation.
Jim Wood interviews recently elected Marin County Supervisor Damon Connolly for this month's Conversation.
Meet Robert Campos and his wife Donna LoCiero. Their film 3 Still standing has been accepted into this year's Mill Valley Film Festival. Read on for more about the Bay Area comedy scene.
Mimi Towle asks Bianca 13 questions.
Jim Wood talks with Michael Murphy.
Learn about Jim Simon, a Bay Area flight doctor.
Camilla Fox and Peter Coyote are developing better strategies for dealing with Marin's apex predators.
The writer and director of the summer blockbuster, Brave, answers our questions.
Marin-based Kiddo! founder, Trisha Garlock, is retired...sort of.
Marin residents are early adopters of clean-energy technologies.
A music legend builds the ultimate clubhouse and rediscovers the pleasures of life off the road.
A short good-bye that holds long memories of good work, great joy and lasting community.
The right help at the right time really can make a difference.