Marin Magazine - July 2014

View from Marin

IT’S JULY AND summer is in full swing. What better way to celebrate the season than with fresh and delicious food? We kick off features with a story that does just that. Writer, photographer and cook Lynda Balslev grabbed local…

Stay CALM

Jim Wood's point of view about the groups in Marin County.

Sew it Goes

Meet Jenny Chew, a Marin County seamstress who owns Twins Alterations on Ark Row in Tiburon.

Her Stories

Ever wanted to know the stories behind some of the bay's boats? Kimball Livingston tells their stories.

Shell Games

Six years ago we published an article about Kevin Lunny's efforts to keep Drakes Bay Oyster Company open. Calin Van Paris revisits the battle.

The State of Wealth

The economy is improving and it's time we start rethinking how and where we invest and spend our money.

Oahu ABCDs

Heading to Oahu soon? Mimi Towle has your ABCDs of things to do.

Thoroughly French

Have you been to Fast Food Francais in Sausalito yet? We've got your inside look and a great recipe.

Fun with a Classic

This San Rafael Dutch Colonial home is "super soulful" to interior designer Shelly Amoroso.

History Repeated

More than 50 years ago, a Tiburon train ride commemorated the trains of more than 100 years ago.