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Marin Magazine - August 2016
Here's what you'll find in the August 2016 issue of Marin Magazine.
Here's Jim Wood's list of Marin's most influential residents.
Here's what you had to say about Marin Magazine.
A unique local company celebrates a milestone.
Our county draws all kinds of talented individuals: entrepreneurs, artists and top athletes. In honor of the 2016 Rio games, here are Olympians who have at one point or another called Marin their home.
Learn more about the American Craft Council show in San Francisco. Associate Editor Kasia Pawlowska has the details.
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…
Associate Editor Kasia Pawlowska sits down with owner the owner of Desolation Outdoors in this month's Made By Marin.
We sat down with Novato's Peter B. Logan to discuss his new book, "Audubon: America's Greatest Naturalist and His Voyage of Discovery to Labrador."
A new regional partnership could be the answer to reestablishing a dredging schedule for the San Rafael Canal and other local waterways.
The San Rafael resident is spearheading an effort to bring a $20 million permanent farmers’ market to Marin.
Best of the County 2016 is here. Did your favorite restaurant, boutique, nail salon, workout spot or bar make the list?
As the national park system celebrates its centennial, Marin’s incomparable national seashore faces promise and controversy.
Old and new friends have shared more than 10,000 morning meals at the same table.
The Hawaii Food and Wine Festival features notable Bay Area culinary talents.
They come in many forms and exist all over the planet; here we bring you three of the best island escapes. Journey to the home of a former Hollywood legend, to a surfers’ paradise and to an expansive estate on a once-private island now open to all (who can afford it).
Dick Bright’s canine-centric release.
This Sausalito restaurant serves seafood you can feel good about eating.
A 19th-century Mill Valley cottage is right downtown.
Many present-day landmarks are on this (almost) 100-year-old aerial map. Can you spot them?
The next generation of chefs perpetuate Honolulu’s culinary stardom.