This hoop dance instructor stresses that when it comes to fun, there is no age limit.
On the Job
This owner of the last independent video rental store in Marin County continues to defy the odds.
Making Christmas memories, one tree at a time.
This Sausalito sculptor has built success into his long life.
IF YOU FIND yourself in trouble in the water at Stinson Beach, maybe caught up in a powerful rip current, you may meet Jen Glazier. At 32, the ocean rescue specialist is highly experienced at pulling people safely out of…
Find your balance with this stand-up paddleboard instructor.
This Teacher of the Year understands the power of old-fashioned music education.
This local baker is gearing up for pie season.
This longtime park service volunteer loves the outdoors and people.
It’s not easy working in the same restaurant for 20 years, but this Sausalito cook wouldn’t have it any other way.
Learn more about ranger Joanne Jarvis in this month's On the Job.
Gary Scheuenstuhl is keeping the tradition of the local music store alive in Mill Valley.
Head to Ink. Paper. Plate in West Marin and learn how to make art by hand. Tim Porter has more information.
Meet Cheryll Boissevain, a local swim teacher who has been teaching kids and adults how to swim since 1974. Editor at Large Tim Porter shares her story.
A former dancer returns to the family business to continue exploring his creative side.
On land and on the water, this local park ranger loves his job.
A Point Reyes Station entrepreneur is marketing manure.
Nonprofits unite behind San Rafael’s Jackson Cafe.
The Benefit Cosmetics beauty duo.
Life near the marina has its own backyard barbecue feel.
The driver who gets Marin to its flights on time.
A real "rock" garden.
Marin a cappella group helps teens find their voice
From military base to home base.
Life at the crossroads of West Marin.
An eco-themed event.
Harvesting greenhouse gases.
West Marin Radio
A new era for the Marin Arts Council.
The battle over the future of Drakes Estero.