Parents and a brother lure a sister and her daughter to Marin.
Marin Magazine - February 2020
We sat down with the author to discuss her new book.
Carmel is a reliable mix of tried-and-true favorites and notable newcomers.
Explore this beautiful slice of coastal California.
What to expect this year from this climate change phenomenon.
Famous for music, this city offers plenty of other fun distractions not to be missed.
Once the gateway to the utopian dream of a Civil War embalmer.
A garden that’s nice to our surroundings.
Dr. Sigurd H. Berven explains how a new grant tackling the problem of low back pain and in turn, the opioid crisis.
Web doctors, telemedicine — whatever you call it, it’s now part of health care and could become more common than doctor visits in the next five years.
We speak to Design Farm Productions founder Jennifer Wechsler about the show's latest installment.
From a bulging belly to sleepless nights, your health might be more affected than you might think.
A bar-forward eatery from renowned Marin restaurateur Bill Higgins.
Once taboo, psychedelics are being rethought as possible remedies.
The Mill Valley gallery begins the new decade with a retrospective.
Director Eric Verdin is leading his organization's efforts to combat aging.
What is it that we are talking about when we talk of love?
Jan Wahl highlights a few of her favorite films, many with Oscar potential.
This month's newest eats, drinks, other happenings in and around Marin.
The Bay Area is a place renowned for new developments in technology – and medical research.
Make It Better's founder and chief visionary officer recounts a recent family health scare.
The county is rife with opportunities to walk, hike, SUP or do anything else that gets the blood pumping.
For the month of love, here's a roundup of the best places to indulge.
There are a lot more ways to volunteer with the county's young people than you might think.