Assistant Editor sits down with Maggie Levinger and Luke Regalbuto of Wild West Ferments for this month's Made By Marin.
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Assistant Editor Calin Van Paris talks with Judi Ratto and Jean Lozano of Della Terra Oils for this month's Made by Marin.
Emily Schuman of Cupcakes and Cashmere is a Marin County native. She shares her five favorite things about Marin with us.
Calin Van Paris sits down with Sarah Oliver of Sarah Oliver Handbags for this month's Made by Marin.
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Tim Porter is on the job with Capt. Bob Ketchum of the Golden Gate Ferry.
Meet Jenny Chew, a Marin County seamstress who owns Twins Alterations on Ark Row in Tiburon.
We have an inside look at Mill Valley's Marie Veronique Organics.
Serena Dugan (left) and Lily Kanter (right) first met in a Mill Valley baby boutique, quickly bonding in discovering they agreed the nursery accessory market lacked style-driven flair. After a few more discussions, Serena & Lily, an online home furnishings…
On the job with Larry Lautzker (Larry the Hat).
Check out the new businesses popping up in Marin County.
Made by Marin: Laughing Glass Cocktails.
Made by Marin: Wilderness Trail Bikes.
Great jazz and food were combined with a show featuring more than 15,000 pieces of tribal and textile art February 6 at the preview for the event held at the Fort Mason Center in San Francisco.
Parents attended the informational event February 6 and learned more about new academic programs coming to Fairfax’s St. Rita School in 2014–2015.
A silent auction, wine and hors d’oeuvres were followed by a live concert by the musicians on The Marin Project album benefiting Homeward Bound and the Salvation Army’s Children’s Music Program. Photos by Debra Tarrant.
The ICB Winter Open Studios celebrated it 45th year with more than 80 visual artists opening their studios to the public in Sausalito December 6–8. The event played off the theme made famous by Andy Warhol’s screen test. Photos by Mo DeLong
Halleck Creek Ranch’s signature event featured dinner, wine, an action and live music November 15 at Rancho Nicasio. Funds raised helped the organization provide scholarships and care for its herd of therapy horses. Photos by Mo DeLong.
Marin Symphony kicked off its 61st season October 26 with an elegant James Bond–themed affair that included dinner, dancing, a raffle and a special guest appearance by pianist Jon Nakamatsu. Photos by Mo DeLong.
Art Works Downtown celebrated it 17th anniversary October 19 with a wild party, six live bands, gourmet food and wine and art at its Fourth Street location. Proceeds benefited the nonprofit art center and its programs. Photos by Mo DeLong
Music, cigars, wine, dinner and dancing were all part of the fun at the sixth annual Angels by the Bay gala October 4 at the Meadow Club in Fairfax. Proceeds benefited the organization and its efforts to serve people with disabilities in the county. Photos by Mo DeLong.
Aviation enthusiasts celebrated women in aviation at the Wings Over Marin Airshow Saturday, September 21. Wings Over Marin is designed to inspire the next generation of aviators, and set the stage for a mentoring relationship for girls and boys interested in aviation.
At a private home in Ross Valley, guests enjoyed a fashion show, cocktails and hor d’oeuvres Saturday, September 21. Ladies Night benefits Sunny Hills Services, which has been providing mental health services for children and families since 1895.
More than 140 fine artists from across the country were showcased in the Old Mill Park redwood groove September 21–22. The event is considered one of the top 10 fine arts and crafts shows in the Northwest.
The Giardini del Paradiso Estate in Tiburon was the setting for Drever Family Foundation event. It was a night of art, music and fashion benefiting 10,000 Degrees. Photos by Mo DeLong
Drs. Lakshimi and Mandalam Seshardi gave informative presentations and guests enjoyed a silent auction, wine and food at the July 25 foundation benefit held at the Room Art Gallery in Mill Valley. Photos by Debra Tarrant.
Guests got a sneak peak at all the great Marin County landscape art and enjoyed fine wines and a family-style dinner at the June 27 event at Dominican University. Proceeds benefitted Buckelew Programs. Photos by Mo DeLong.
Cavallo Point Lodge, Marin Magazine and Protector Boats teamed up June 26 to celebrate the launch of the Race for the Cup America’s Cup guide at Cavallo Point Lodge. More than 250 guests enjoyed meeting cup VIPs, viewing art by Gilles Martin-Raget, a champagne reception, appetizers and dinner. Photos by Mo DeLong.
Some of Marin’s finest artists, as well as a sampling of artists from across the nation, showcased their works in painting, sculpture, jewelry and fine ceramics. The June 15–16 event was held at Lagoon Park in San Rafael. Photos by Mo DeLong.
Visitors to the June 1–2 event held at the Marin fairgrounds got the chance to hear from more than 200 exhibitors offering smart products and services including green technology and home automation. Photos by Mo DeLong.