Marin Matters

Paint the Town

The Italian Street Painting Festival will happen June 2015, but be sure to check out the pop-up gallery on the 28 & 29.

Are You a Beer or Wine Person?

The 33rd Annual Mill Valley Wine, Beer and Gourmet Food Tasting happened over the weekend and Alex French fills you in on what you missed.

Life in the Slow Lane

Head to the Marin Country Mart this Saturday for a book signing and chat with Dan Malloy.

Drive My Car

Do you love classic cars? Then you are going to want to head to the Tiburon Classic Car show this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Fairfax Festival and EcoFest

Looking for something to do this weekend? We've got all the details on the 37th Annual Fairfax Festival and EcoFest.

Dogs on a Plane

Leaving Marin to go on vacation and want to bring your dog? Logan Link has some great tips prior to your flight.

Jazz it Up

DjangoFest returns to 142 Throckmorton June 6-8.

Dancing Through the Decades

Head to the Marin Center to check out RoCo Dance's "Decades," an homage to 100 years of pop culture through dance.

A Biting Issue

It's National Dog Bite Prevention week. Logan Link gives you tips on what to do if your dog bites you or is in a fight.

Hot Car, Hot Dog

Did you know that it is illegal to leave a dog in a hot car in Marin County? We've got all the details.

The Mountain Play Returns May 18

The historic Mountain Play returns to Tamalpais for its 101st season on May 18. This year, Cushing Memorial Amphitheatre sets the stage for a production of South Pacific, a Rodgers and Hammerstein musical based on the 1947 book, Tales of the South Pacific by James A. Michener.

Stay Alert with Alert Marin

With Marin's newest emergency alert system, AlertMarin, users can opt to recieve texts, calls or emails to their cell phones.

Sausalito Art Festival Foundation Announces 2013 Leonard Kaprielian Grants

The Sausalito Art Festival Foundation has awarded seven Marin County nonprofit organizations Leonard Kaprielian grants totaling nearly $21,000. The Leonard Kaprielian Grants Program supports and sponsors art-related projects and activities in the community and funding for the grants is generated by proceeds from the annual Sausalito Art Festival, held every Labor Day weekend.

The Canal Community Garden

The new Canal Community Garden is taking applications for plots and plans to begin planting in February. Over the weekend, volunteers installed a mosaic centerpiece.

Drakes Bay Oyster Farm loses battle to stay open

U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar on Thursday said he will shut down an the Drake's Bay Oyster Farm in the  Point Reyes National Seashore, designating the site as a wilderness area. Here's the full story. The end of the oyster…

TRI Studios Gets New Logo

TRI, Bob Weir's recording studio with live-stream capabilities has a new Identity -- thanks to his friends at Swirl Integrated Marketing.   Swirl designed the identity pro bono and will pay tribute by officially donating the work today, August 3, 2012, as…

Nicholas (MC Yogi) & Amanda Giacomoni

If you’ve taken a yoga class in the past year, perhaps you’ve pranayma’ed or bhujangasan’ed to one of Nicholas Giacomini (aka MC Yogi)’s yoga-inspired hip hop CDs.

Bill Palmini of Novato

Our community is richer because of men like Bill Palmini. He claims to have helped hundreds of kids stay off of drugs and pass on underage drinking -and in a county like Marin (known for teen binge drinking), that’s someone to celebrate.