Garden schemes that will help you get the most out of your backyard.
Filmmaker Frances Reid recounts her experience documenting the first March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights in 1979.
Five local park employees with a knack for sharing the best experiences possible.
In a sport with a lot of risk, there is a reason rock climbers keep coming back.
After the catastrophic earthquake, a group of more than 60 Chinese women and girls fled to San Anselmo.
More and more women are heading up legacy companies.
Women surfers are tackling both big waves and barriers in their sport.
Four San Rafael High students unwittingly coined pot’s most popular code name.
This playful Tiburon house that flows down a hill as easily as it renews old associations.
So you want to sell real estate? We asked local experts about the reality of realty in Marin.
Raising backyard chickens is more popular than ever.
There’s a wealth of history behind this lesser-known natural wonder.
When the weather gets warmer, accessories are your perfect accomplice.
Diagnosing this disease is a challenging affair. The answer to how many cases we have here in Marin is complicated.
From exonerating the wrongly accused to tracing genetic ancestry or even changing how we age, the potential of DNA research is just beginning to be realized.
More and more Marinites are reaping the many benefits of meditation.
Born in Marin, an adopted son finds his birth parents — and precious medical knowledge — right in his backyard.
From first dates to vows to dancing the night away: four couples share the details.
I ditched my tech job to pursue a lifelong passion for exploring science, nutrition and the process of aging.
Marin's four-legged friends and the humans who love them.
They are places to feed the family, entertain guests and escape from their hectic lives. We take you inside the kitchens of three celebrity chefs. This time, Joanne Weir.
Make your charitable donations count this holiday season.
The true tale of a fight for justice after an oil refinery emission sickens a Bay Area community.
Photographer Robert C. “Bob” Tong started with the Marin Independent Journal as a paperboy and went on to become an award-winning photojournalist there.
Marin's suicide rates are disproportionately high, but health officials and residents are learning to reduce the stigma and see the signs.
When it’s time to entertain, nothing makes a bigger impression than a carefully appointed table.
Local photographer shares the colorful, cultural treasures of a country time forgot.
The financial abuse of seniors takes many forms, and nobody is immune.
A 1945 vacation home in Tiburon gets a complete update that adds sophistication while keeping things relaxed.
The story of a do-it-yourself Frank Lloyd Wright house (and doghouse) in Marin.