John Boccardo and JR Roberts, architects, who specialize in architectural restoration, split their time between Sausalito and Palm Springs.
Marin Magazine - February 2007
There is a side to New Zealand that is sophisticated, cosmopolitan, and cultural.
Desert destinations are tourist meccas full of indoor and outdoor attractions: hiking, biking, golf, or serenity from relaxing at a state-of-the-art spa.
Marin Magazine Readers weigh in.
Tim Porter philosophizes about young love.
Organic Bouquet offers a variety of fragrant, luscious flowers—that have earned a “Veriflora certified sustainable” label.
Jim Wood writes about Marinwood and Lucas Valley.
Travel health includes everything from advice on ways to prevent traveler’s diarrhea to choosing the right medication to prevent malaria.
Marin On Call Medical Group makes house calls
Marin parents are passionate fundraisers for their children’s early education
Tiburon dedicates Coming About, a kinetic sculpture and fountain by wife-and-husband artists Jennifer Madden and Jeffrey Reed.
With the full fury of winter upon us, warmer environs beckon, promising to pamper our body, nurture our soul and help us forget that spring is still weeks away. Spas provide just the right remedy for the wintertime blahs, whether…
Barbara Reis explores the ancient healing traditions of Hawaii.
In her new memoir, Tiburon native and lifelong skeptic Lindsey Crittenden tells of finding her way to prayer
Life Coaching: It’s not therapy, but it can help with everything from writer’s block to overeating.
A dialogue with Bay Area Backroad's Doug McConnell
Frantoio's food satisfies the soul.
Consider a weekend at a wine country spa to de-stress. We've highlighted a few options in different parts of the wine country.
The all-natural beauty product and cosmetics manufacturer (EO for Essential Oils) is as committed to preserving the earth as it is to ensuring your skin feels baby soft.
The Ralston L. White Retreat in Mill Valley was built by Ralston L. White for his bride, Ruth Boericke
Jim lists the people he has selected as the most influential individuals in Marin County's 160 year history
Religiously consumed by the Aztec warrior Montezuma as he prepared for his harem, served as a hot frothy delicacy at Mesoamerican weddings and nibbled by legendary lovers Casanova and Marquis de Sade—cocoa and its derivative, chocolate, have been undeniably linked…