Happy holidays from the staff at Marin Magazine! Here's what you'll find in our last issue of 2015.
Marin Magazine - December 2015
Here's Jim Wood's takeaway about the controversial plan by Hugo Landecker to reduce, if not eliminate, homelessness in San Rafael.
Marin is already a great place to live, and these new businesses are making it even more fun. Check out what’s new (or just getting better).
Here's what you had to say about Marin Magazine.
Trying to find a place to cut down your very own Christmas tree this year? Kasia Pawlowska has a great list for you.
Learn more about the next superfood, the Incaberry, from Kasia Pawlowska.
Several new pioneering efforts on behalf of kids in Marin have rightfully drawn attention. From first in the country to first in the world, these local trailblazers are building a bright future for Marin youth. Kasia Pawlowska shares.
What's in a name? Kasia Pawlowska discovers the inspiration behind Lucas' choosing of the name "Ewok." Hint: He was influenced by Marin well before he became the influence her is now.
Learn more about honeybees in this month's currents from Kasia Pawlowska.
Ever wondered about that traffic report called SIgAlert that you hear on the radio? Kasia Pawlowska has the details.
Learn how you can help children this holiday season.
We sat down with San Francisco’s Amy Guittard to discuss her new "Guittard Chocolate Cookbook."
This local baker is gearing up for pie season.
Learn more about Pamela's Products in this month's Made by Marin.
Overseeing the distribution of more than $65 million annually to worthy causes in Marin and the world.
Marin City: the rich history and current challenges of a historic African-American enclave.
What it takes to tackle the historic John Muir Trail.
It might be more than most of us can manage to change the world for the better, but many local folks have found a way to at least change their corner of it. Here, a look at 31 organizations making a difference in the human and natural worlds.
A former Kirkwood Mountain and Steamboat Resort employee and travel writer has happily taken a pass.
Here are some tricks and tips from veteran Hawaiian Airlines flight attendant Heather Sanchez on how to de-stress the boarding experience during this holiday flying season.
Special occasions, office parties or gingerbread teas — here are a few lodging options across the bridge to consider this holiday season.
Head up to Mendocino and get cozy. Mimi Towle has the details.
The Omni La Costa Resort and Spa celebrates 50 years. Ann Wycoff has the details.
Learn more about Virgin America and Airbnb's partnership. Mimi Towle has the details.
On the trail of a famous composer, old friends gather in the city of fog for shopping, food and music.
A Marin acrobat joins the circus. Here's the calendar sidebar from Kasia Pawlowska.
Heather Hardcastle of Flour Craft Bakery shares a favorite recipe for seasonal scones.
A mother and author finds the perfect place to put pen to paper.
Marin’s diverse geography includes everything from urban area to seashore, freeways to mountains. This month we look at Corte Madera’s Christmas Tree Hill, named for the zigzagging pattern of streetlights covering the prominent hill.
Early in the 20th century, this Mill Valley spot hosted both steam and electric-powered trains.