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Marin Magazine - December 2017
How a shy kid with a learning disability went on to help many others as a successful author and psychiatrist.
In 1995, the largest fire in Marin's history ravaged Point Reyes National Seashore.
Top ways to improve your garden soil.
Seth McFarlane in concert with the San Francisco Symphony.
This San Anselmo singer/songwriter is loved for more than her vocals.
Learn how these local grocery stores are giving back.
A childhood hobby becomes an adult passion.
We spoke with San Geronimo teacher Barba Libby-Steinmann about teaching art to kids.
We sat down with Albert Flynn DeSilver to discuss his new book.
Creekside Pizza & Taproom is What's Hot this month.
Two festive cocktails from Buckeye Roadhouse.
Rushing to complete a refresh before the birth of their second child, a Tiburon family discovers they like the renovation challenge.
Here's the lowdown on the different kinds of pine trees in our natural neighborhood.
A ski writer’s top four picks for winter getaways.
Some are fed up with the animals' destructive eating habits, while others are worried about the measures used to stop them.
Here's what's new in town.
We asked our friends at the Anne T. Kent California Room to gather some of their favorite seasonal mementos from our county’s past. Here are their picks.
Take a look at this month's top Instagram post.
Aaron Pribble's new book shares the true tales and confessions of a Marin educator.
One of the least famous missions, and the second to last to be built in Alta California, celebrates a big birthday this month.
As an unprecedented disaster devastated our neighbors to the north, many of us watched from the safety of our screens. Here are tales from seven people who had to act, and act fast.
Learn about how these Marin organizations improve people’s lives. We break down the specifics of your donations so you know how you can help.