Longtime Marinite and the lead singer of Van Halen used his restaurant success to fuel his philanthropic pursuits.
Marin Magazine - December 2019
If visiting the Point Reyes Lighthouse seems demanding now, think back 160 years.
This month's newest eats, drinks, other happenings in and around Marin.
Managing editor, Dan Jewett, gives a peek into this month's issue.
When temperatures drop, there’s no better place to enjoy festive food and drink than next to a cozy fireplace.
A slice served with a dram of brandy or hot cider will warm the cockles of even the grinchiest of hearts.
Model railroaders are a passionate bunch.
Gift ideas that can have a positive local impact.
The Holiday Shoppe in Sausalito delivers year-round cheer.
A Novato home that needs just about everything replaced is worth the effort in the end.
Bolinas Community Land Trust’s managing director on how we can help preserve community.
What’s being done to protect Marin’s coastal lands from the effects of climate change?
Marin nonprofits and business owners that are giving back to the community.
Last month’s power outage and other effects of the Kincade Fire resulted in several versions of this column, written at local coffee shops, and a newfound sense of community.
We sat down with the professor and author to discuss her new book The Beadworkers: Stories.
Places that have hosted the Olympics have a lot to offer winter sports buffs.
How to avoid common gardening mistakes.
We pulled together a checklist of basic emergency items to keep on hand.
Helgi Tomasson shares his experience with the ballet company.
We've unpacked some of the terms around sex and gender to help navigate the conversation.
Open Studios is the perfect place to find unique holiday gifts.
Check out this Marin a cappella group perform in upcoming concert "Sweet Dreamz".
No matter your wallet size, here are some ways to give our fellow Marin organizations a boost.