A pro bono therapeutic riding program helps women in cancer recovery
Marin Magazine - December 2018
Singer Michelle Schmitt works to get food and care to those in need.
The Schurig Center for Brain Injury Recovery does important work in the community.
Mirador Capital Partners helps investors use their money to support their beliefs.
Evan R Ransom M.D. is on the board of advisors for Healing the Children Northern California, giving specialty care to children in other countries.
Get into the holiday spirit with mulled wine.
Make your charitable donations count this holiday season.
Composting food and waste helps farmers and the environment.
A six-mile water pipeline, laid in the 1920s, helped to shape Marin County.
A family leaves the hills behind for a more level Larkspur house, an easy stroll to town.
Something about the holiday season makes us more inclined to open our hearts and wallets. Here are a few ways to give back and get involved with nonprofits making a difference year-round.
Truly being there for family and friends this holiday season could be the best gift of all.
Celebrating four decades of service in downtown Tiburon.
Make it easy by going naked with your cake and using a box.
Take a load off, collect your senses, and re-energize with stylish drinks and elegantly presented food at the newly opened Freds at Barneys New York in San Francisco.
1. Muir Beach Holiday Arts Fair Stock up on gifts and enjoy some treats at this favorite community event. December 1–2, Community Center (Muir Beach). muirbeachartsfair.com 2. A triad of ghosts, Ebenezer Scrooge and Tiny Tim come together to remind…
Bradley Henderson talks circus life, expression and hoop diving.
On a dramatic conservation-focused jungle trek, a tourist and Gorilla Doctors encounter Dian Fossey’s great apes.
When it comes to winter recreation, the West is where you want to be. Here are three spots guaranteed to beat the winter blues.
The true tale of a fight for justice after an oil refinery emission sickens a Bay Area community.
Photographer Robert C. “Bob” Tong started with the Marin Independent Journal as a paperboy and went on to become an award-winning photojournalist there.
Marin's suicide rates are disproportionately high, but health officials and residents are learning to reduce the stigma and see the signs.
Hymel is a man who likes to quietly get things done.
We sat down with Mill Valley’s Tom Barbash to discuss his new novel "The Dakota Winters."
At 22 years old, Kate Courtney is on the fast — and dusty — track to mountain biking success.
Grab your device, because plant-identification apps can help your botanical knowledge grow.
Thanks to big, orchestrated pushes that began in the late ’80s to drive down cigarette smoking in California, the state now boasts some of the lowest numbers of smokers in the whole country.
The story behind the name.
When it comes to New Year’s, other countries have some pretty distinctive traditions. Here are some that make kissing at midnight sound boring.
Bottles that bring a little something extra to the party.