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Marin Magazine - December 2014
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We sat down with head chef Christopher Kostow of the Restaurant at Meadowood to discuss his new book, "A New Napa Cuisine."
Surely you know the song "Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer." Marc Hershon sits down with Dr. Elmo Shropshire, a veterinarian who resides in Novato, who recorded the song.
Looking for some good Christmas light viewings? Head over to the Mizes in Marinwood to see the Mickey Mouse/Disney themed Christmas house. The home opens December 5.
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.
Assistant Editor Calin Van Paris interviews fashion designer Margaret O'Leary for this month's Made by Marin.
Meet the Marin man at the helm of the Tamalpais Lands Collaborative.
Ever wanted to explore the dark, loud, yet absolutely perfect dive bars of Marin? Executive Editor Mimi Towle and Assistant Editor Calin Van Paris have just the story for you.
Here are three Marin aficionados who share a love of speed, metal and chrome. Story and photos by Ben Davidson.
From mobility for South Africans to peace-inducing Frisbee games on the West Bank, these Marin residents are making a difference around the world.
Looking for some snow this winter? Marc Sapoznik tells us where we can find snow – guaranteed.
The perfect Christmas fairy tale can be found in Denmark. Lynda Balslev shares where to go, what to eat, what to do and more.
Taste Kitchen and Table invites you to pull up a chair. Assistant Editor Calin Van Paris sits down with chef Rochelle Edwards. Check out the biscone recipe, as well.
Ever wondered about the homes near San Quentin? Laura Hilgers sits down with Barbara and Matthew Anderson who live in a waterfront cottage in Point San Quentin Village.
Senior Writer Jim Wood looks back at the bright light that has been shining from the top of Angel Island every holiday season fro more than 50 years.