We sat down with Jason Rezaian to discuss his book Prisoner: My 544 Days in an Iranian Prison.
Celebrating 50 years as a Mill Valley creative hub.
After working for The Oprah Winfrey Show for 20 years, Sheri Salata decided it was time to focus on remaking her own life.
You’ve heard his radio shows and read his columns, but this 44-year Marin resident has taken on many other roles in life.
The nonprofit founder and director recently swam the English Channel.
Five local businesses owners who happen to be female family members share the secrets to their success.
More and more women are heading up legacy companies.
The longtime Marin deputy district attorney is setting out to make changes in the DA’s office.
The real estate mogul shares his thoughts on success and giving back.
We spoke to the San Francisco musician/ composer, a resident artistic director for SFJazz.
The founder of the eponymous clothing company shares her thoughts on success and giving back.
There’s a wealth of history behind this lesser-known natural wonder.
Being mayor of Marin’s largest city is only one of his many life pursuits.
We speak to the author of the Maisie Dobbs novels often appearing on the New York Times best-seller list, Jacqueline Winspear.
Johnson plays George Washington in the return of this immensely popular play.
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.
The former singer for the Black Crowes finds peace in West Marin.
We sat down with Larkspur’s Jasmin Darznik to discuss her new book, Song of a Captive Bird.
Conductor Christian Reif talks about his first (planned) program for the S.F. Symphony.
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.
The true story of a local family’s battle with addiction and its aftermath makes it to the big screen.
We caught up with the man nicknamed “Mr. Involvement”, KPIX's Emmy Award–winning sports anchor
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.
Hymel is a man who likes to quietly get things done.