How to design a garden with four-legged friends in mind.
Marin Magazine - April 2017
Discover the bounty of Urban Remedy’s tricolor slaw.
Financial journalist Michael Lewis speaks in San Rafael.
Napa is soon to be even more luxurious.
The Sonoma County Farm Trails group invites visitors to experience Blossoms, Bees and Barnyard Babies.
Demystifying the wonderful world of wines.
A patina of cool sets the tone of this eco-friendly city whose low-fi denizens — think outdoorsy and stylish with waterproofed souls — share a fine appreciation of single roasters, craft cocktails and farm-to-fork cuisine.
The latest of the iconic Andaz Resort is now open in Scottsdale.
We asked the Marine Mammal Center Youth Crew leader, Deirdre Denmon, some questions about the job.
We sat down with Mill Valley’s Paul Scheuring, creator of Fox’s "Prison Break", to discuss his new book, "The Far Shore".
It involves making many important health and lifestyle decisions — and attending some pretty epic Easter egg hunts.
April 7 is National Beer Day, and what better way to celebrate than imbibing the spirit? Local suds, of course.
There are many stories about how the family-friendly spring holiday got its start.
Try your hand at something new this spring or hone an old skill at any one of these art class hubs throughout the county.
Here's a preview of what you'll find in this issue.
Leela looks into the history of The Presidio, which used to be an important military post for over 100 years.
California’s wildfires are burning bigger and more destructively than ever before. That puts Marin County at risk, too.
Get out and take in the dazzling array of color on one of these hikes throughout the county.
Some of the famed architect’s best work can be found right here in Marin.
Marin’s Homeless I would have liked Kasia Pawlowska’s article (“Falling Through the Cracks,” March) to have included the ages or approximate ages of those featured throughout the article. Since 30 percent of Marin’s population is 60 or older and the…
Marin is already a great place to live, and these new businesses are making it even more fun. Check out what’s new!
With issues like opioid addiction, low vaccination rates and unequal access, being a public health officer has never been more important.
After moving some walls and an imposing staircase, one Mill Valley couple gets the home they’ve always dreamed of.
Instead of the Galapagos, head east to the mighty Andes.
Getting an offer they couldn’t refuse on their Kent Woodlands home, a family uproots and finds the ideal house in San Rafael.
Now that recreational marijuana is legal in California, what does that mean for Marin?