Marin Magazine - January 2016

View From Marin

Here's what you'll find in Marin Magazine's first issue of 2016.

Big Issues

Heading into a new year, who’s responsible for what? Here's this month's POV.

Right on Track

Trying to get fit in the new year? Here are four fitness monitors to help you reach your goal. Kasia Pawlowska has the details.

Volunteering In Marin: Be a Watcher

There are plenty of opportunities to stand around and do something in Marin — from counting to photographing to measuring. The following organizations are looking for volunteer observers to document all kinds of data.

A Prescription for Trouble

Marin County is near the top of many lists in California: healthiest, wealthiest and one more that doesn’t elicit bragging. We are number one in alcohol and overdose deaths among teens per capita. Kasia Pawlowska has more details.

Lifefactory

This month's Made by Marin features the maker of those trendy Lifefactory bottles. Calin Van Paris has the details.

Andrew and Inez

Did you know we have our very own prince living here in West Marin? Executive Editor Mimi Towle sits down with prince Andrew Romanoff and his lovely wife Inez Storer.

Changing Careers

Here are five Marin residents who have embraced change and are taking the risk needed to reinvent themselves and turn their passions into their day jobs.

Snowboarding Towns

Have you found it? Has it found you? Here’s what’s happening in some of our favorite snowbound towns.

What's the Deal?

One of the worst-kept secrets for spa-goers is the always-popular Oaks at Ojai’s calendar of savings events. Mimi Towle has the details.

Sip and Savor Socials

From truffle-tracking dog demos and martini madness to elevated street fare and mind-blowing wine dinners, there’s decadent fun to be had at these not-to-miss wine country events.

Game On

With the Bay Area hosting Super Bowl 50, Auberge du Soleil is playing along and putting its game face on with one-night specials.

Bubbles in the Mail

After seeing the same five mass-produced choices being offered for bottles of her favorite beverage, Marin-based Champagne-o-phile Sherri Corker launched her eponymous company Sherri’s Champagne.

It's No Lie

This organization brings live theater to children all over the Bay Area.

A Place to Play

A newly built Greenbrae house is the perfect home for three growing boys and their parents.

Islands by Air

Pan American Airways’ Hawaii Clipper leaves on a 20-hour flight.