Talking with poet extraordinaire Robert Hass
Marin Magazine - July 2008
Exploring the little explored Santa Venetia.
Local chefs share barbecue sauce secrets.
Picks for summer.
Ashland, Oregon - Shakespeare mecca.
Innovative summer sun protection.
Active fractional markets suits Marin families.
Stylish outdoor furniture
KINeSYS products earn high praise.
Fog watching in Marin
Five Marin destinations to entertain visitors.
Audubon Canyon Ranch
Mill Valley's Angela Swanson discusses her personal style.
Bags and Clutches for summer.
From simple to simply sublime pool houses.
Marin running groups bond on the trails.
Is it better to build or buy a home already constructed?
Climbing in Nepal...
Is Marin County a destination for tourists?
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Summertime and the living is easy in Marin — especially if you have a pool. In Home, P. J. Bremier takes us on a tour of pool houses, from one fit for a Hobbit to another made for the good…
Recently, Marin Horizon School celebrated 30 years of academic excellence with a Sunday picnic at the Mill Valley Community Center.
At the Harbor Point Racquet Club in Mill Valley, Peggy Knight, who owns her own hair replacement company, held an event to celebrate her appearance on the Tyra Banks Show and to raise money to send an alopecia sufferer and her mother to the National Alopecia Areata Foundation's annual meeting in Kentucky.
At Hotel Nikko in San Francisco, photographer Annie Leibovitz delivered the featured speech at the Commonwealth Club's presentation of the Rowell Award to author and photographer James Balog.
At Corte Madera's Il Fornaio, over 100 guests and Jan Wahl led the grand salute to Marin/Scapes art show founder Mary Welch. More than $1 million has been raised since the first show in 1988.
Also in the city, Friends of the San Francisco Public Library hosted its annual literary gala, the Library Laureates dinner, toasting the best and the brightest Bay Area authors.
Marin resident Kimberly Wright-Violich chaired the Planned Parenthood Golden Gate gala at the Ritz-Carlton, where Donna Brazile, chair of the Democratic National Committee Voting Rights Institute, was the keynote speaker.
In San Rafael, designers and homeowners mingled at Shamrock Materials, which held a "Design in Stone Open House" event showcasing the latest developments in natural stone.
In Corte Madera, Bay Club Marin celebrated its fifth anniversary with Bliss, a black-tie soiree complete with martini lounge, jazz music by Al Marshall Trio and dancing to the sounds of the band Notorious.
Local philanthropists headed to Ross for the Village by Village Garden Party for GAIA, the Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance. Attendees included Maria Shriver and GAIA founder and president William Rankin.