Enhances your garden by encouraging avian companions.
Marin Magazine - April 2019
Sometimes, bigger than expected leads to better
The Blame Sally vocalist and guitarist talks about her band.
Four San Rafael High students unwittingly coined pot’s most popular code name.
Interested in mushroom foraging? Our guide to fungi found in Marin.
Marin’s youth are the primary beneficiary of the landmark’s latest renovations.
A recent surge in fentanyl overdoses has prompted an initiative to make the antidote drug naloxone more available to the public.
International Bird Rescue’s efforts and how you can take part.
Home can be a fluid concept.
We spoke to the San Francisco musician/ composer, a resident artistic director for SFJazz.
San Anselmo welcomes the recently renovated and expanded restaurant.
Immerse yourself in nature's medicine.
The real estate mogul shares his thoughts on success and giving back.
Savor the longer days outdoors with these snackable, packable treats.
We sat down with Lisa See to discuss her new novel The Island of Sea Women.
The longtime Marin deputy district attorney is setting out to make changes in the DA’s office.
The Northwestern Pacific Railroad lasted until 1930; now California’s Highway 1 travels much the same route
Keep abreast of new happenings in Marin, from shop openings to wellness innovations.
This playful Tiburon house that flows down a hill as easily as it renews old associations.
So you want to sell real estate? We asked local experts about the reality of realty in Marin.
Our state has a lot of wine to celebrate, and forthcoming festivities abound.
There are plenty of wildflower-oriented events and activities going on in the upcoming months.
These refreshed wine country spots invite staying for a night or three.
This bastion of French Canadian culture is a ticket to summer love.