From the Grateful Dead at 50 and alfresco eats to Marin staycations and the Buck Institute's advice on aging, this July issue is jam-packed full of great reads.
Marin Magazine - July 2015
Recycling your garbage pays many dividends. Here's this month's POV by Jim Wood.
Here's what you had to say about Marin Magazine.
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There are some tollbooth scenarios that raise questions when crossing the Golden Gate. Kasia Pawlowska has some answers for you.
Marin Cares: Learn more about Enriching Lives Through Music. Calin Van Paris has the details.
Ecstasy has made a comeback here in Marin County.
From foxes and bobcats to seals and owls — here’s where to find Marin’s animal nature.
Did you know crickets have a lot of protein? Kasia Pawlowska has the details about one local company making chocolate chip cookies out of cricket flour. Read on for more.
We sat down with Point Reyes Station’s Tom Killion to discuss his new book created with Gary Snyder, "California’s Wild Edge: The Coast in Prints, Poetry, and History."
For this month's Q&A, Marc Hershon sits down with former proprietor of The Other Cafe, one of San Francisco's landmark early comedy clubs, Bob Ayres.
A local shop in San Anselmo combines the twin passions of its owner without all the jitters.
Marin’s congressman (formerly our assemblyman) discusses his increased workload, the Trans-Pacific Partnership and playing basketball with President Barack Obama.
A Novato photographer has built a career around photographing bands like the Grateful Dead.
Marin County's top minds weigh in on healthy living and longevity. Part one of a two-part story.
When you're thinking of dining alfresco, think grill. Here are some wonderful recipes by Lynda Balslev that can be made right on the grill.
Now that things are looking better, how should you be handling your investments and what should you watch out for?
Since very few of us actually live near bay or ocean, here are a few waterfront options to consider for your next staycation here in Marin.
Learn more about the start of Hale Mary wines. Kasia Pawlowska has the details.
For some of us, sustainable sipping is best. Here are a few local wineries doing well by the planet and our palate.
Fish’s chef creates a last-minute menu based on freshness.
A couple discovers that in Marin, a view, a garden and a fantastic kitchen are not that hard to find.
The Richmond–San Rafael Bridge has also been called Hunchback and Swayback.
Learn more about Gabby the Green Grape.