Here's what you'll find in the February issue of Marin Magazine.
Marin Magazine - February 2016
Local laws meant to protect the environment aren’t always followed.
Here's what you had to say about Marin Magazine.
Already ahead of the game, the county ups its climate plan goals.
It’s February and love is in the air, and in the stores, and on TV, and in your in-box; it’s enough to make even the most die-hard lovebirds cynical. Fortunately, there are couples out there celebrating a less commercial vision of love.
If you seek activities that offer enlightenment, check out Detour. Kasia Pawlowska has the details.
After years of back-and-forth, the Marin County Board of Supervisors unanimously agreed on a mandate that allows up to four medical cannabis dispensaries in the county. Here are the details.
Sometimes things are better the second time around, after they’ve been loved and put to the test, and clothes are certainly no exception. Here are a handful of consignment stores throughout Marin that offer great deals on second-chance items.
Couldn't get tickets to the big game? Head to Super Bowl City, a free fan village across the street from the Ferry Building in San Francisco from January 30 to February 7. Kasia Pawlowska has the details.
Grab the binoculars and head for the cliffs to see the larger side of nature.
This Teacher of the Year understands the power of old-fashioned music education.
We sat down with Mountain View’s Andy Weir to discuss his bestselling book, which recently became a motion picture: The Martian.
Kasia Pawlowska discusses the changing face of members-only clubs in Marin County.
Learn how five local couples navigate married life.
With so much culinary talent here in Marin, there can never be too many chefs in the kitchen. Here's this year's Tastemakers feature story.
Research from Bay Area hospitals is improving lives around the world.
Take a drive with Fred Hemmings and explore Oahu.
Here's what's new on Oahu.
Glamour is back in the glittering town. Here's Go: Las Vegas.
What a difference a decade makes: a visitor and a city have both grown up.
A members-only drink you can make at home.
A smaller home offers great views and room to grow.
This establishment also served the “The Crookedest Railroad in the World.”