On Maiden Lane, Yves Saint Laurent and Nancy Pelosi hosted a pre-party for The San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center's anniversary luncheon with a night to discover (and drool over) the newest it bag-the Downtown.
Marin Magazine - July 2007
At the Fairmont Hotel, the 17th annual California Mille Miglia event showcased vintage automobiles but the classic car connoisseurs were also treated to a sneak peak of the newest watch models from Blancpain.
In Tiburon three top boutiques-Ko'ze, Citrus and Red Dot-opened their doors for an evening of champagne, cupcakes and fabulous spring fashions.
Just a few blocks away, celebrities and Marinites mingled at the 50th San Francisco International Film Festival's awards night where local George Lucas was honored.
The Caldwell Snyder Gallery celebrated the grand opening of the newest St. Helena location with Napa wines and red carpet welcome. The historical and restored Star Building now houses the gallery's collection of contemporary pieces by artists like Gilles Marrey and Frank Stella
It was an ecofriendly fete at the new Green Home Center in Nob Hill where green interior designers and building professionals have come together to offer their services under the same roof.
Marin Charitable Association held it's annual Floral Fling at the Marin Art and Garden Center. This event featured artist Soho Sakai who presented Japanese floral design and benefits nonprofit agencies that serve young adults at risk.
It was a black-tie soiree at the Hope Gala, a benefit for the Bay Area chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Local philanthropists enjoyed dancing to the music of Encore and honoring the 2007 Living and Giving award recipients.
Marin Magazine Talks with Jennifer Azzi
If you haven't been to Dillon Beach, you're missing a treat.
Kitchen at 868 Grant has firmly established itself as the small town's top-flight dinner destination.
Jim talks about finding a slogan to help reduce Marin's 3.2 million tons of global-warming carbon dioxide emissions.
The story behind St. Vincent's
Often combative and always involved, Marin's state senator challenges presidential voting procedures and the Iraq war.
Grant Griffith explores La Jolla on a weekend getaway.
In Martin Cruz Smith's sixth Arkady Renko novel, Stalin's Ghost, the changing face of Russia once again plays a starring role.
Nick's Cove is opened in Tomales Bay by restaurateur Pat Kuleto.
Clothing that works in the gym, on the trails and around town.
Talking with Marin's Lisa Kaiser, Landscape Designer.
Novato’s Robert Thompson finds an opportunity to work and to “make people’s lives better”
Summer must-haves: picks for outdoor grilling.
Marin Magazine's editors and publisher check in.
Marin Magazine Readers weigh in
The Park Service has a plan to rid Point Reyes of the fallow and axis deer.
Swimming pools add drama, style and a literal splash of refreshment to any backyard or garden.
Ben Davidson jumps at an opportunity to explore Croatia by bike and boat.
Affluent baby boomers are fueling the trend of owning more than one place to hang your hat.