Farmshop Marin, one of the county’s top dining destinations, first fired up its ovens in 2013.
Marin Magazine - June 2018
Masked Bandits by Kasia Pawlowska First there are the tracks, 3 to 4 inches, found around the house. Then the droppings, usually close to trees. And then the overturned garbage cans. If any of this rings a bell, you’ve probably…
Outdoors combine great temps with negligible rain and it’s easy to see why home-dwellers are so into outdoor living. Creating an in-and-out habitat takes a little imagination and a lot of planning; meet three local families who show how it’s done.
After a catastrophic fall, mountain-biking pioneer Charlie Cunningham gets by with a lot of help from his friends (and his wife, Jacquie Phelan).
With rugby coming to San Francisco and set to reenter the international stage in the Summer Games, the sport has never been more popular here in Marin.
Homeowners for just 18 months, this couple decided to relocate to find a place that would better suit their lifestyle.
A Tam High teacher skips the rap lyrics and delivers a heartfelt graduation speech focusing on personal responsibility.
Given a long list of concerns from various groups, is it possible to preserve a historic and rare community where people live in their boats on the bay?
1) House of RoCo: 25 Years of Home Help RoCo Dance celebrate its anniversary with this premier piece of choreography centering on what makes a house a home. June 1–2, Veterans’ Memorial Auditorium (San Rafael). rocodance.com 2) Join some of wine…
Owners and founders of Ajna Living, Kristin Kennedy and Jeremy Seglem, speak up about their company and their passion for outdoor living.
Become a volunteer with Suicide Prevention and Community Counseling. Volunteers receive 40 hours of training that include crisis intervention, telephone counseling and suicide prevention education. buckelew.org/programs/north-bay-suicide-prevention By purchasing your beef and lamb from Stemple Creek Ranch, a family-owned provider of…
Recently named San Rafael’s Citizen of the Year, Andy Bachich, owner of three local Andy’s Markets and a longtime city resident, definitely knows a thing or two about being a supportive Marinite.
For 25 years this group has shared the perils, problems and joys of parenting.
A 10th-generation Brazilian coffee farmer, William Murad, moved to the Bay Area and saw that coffee from his home region sold in stores for $20 a pound while his family received around $1 a pound for the same coffee back home.
We sat down with San Francisco’s Ace Smith to discuss his book The Pitcher and the Dictator, which tells the story of baseball player Satchel Paige and his unique career trajectory.
Work The Marin Writers’ Nest in Corte Madera is a new collaborative work and event space in southern Marin offering flexible and affordable co-working opportunities for writers, editors and publishing professionals; firstname.lastname@example.org Downtown Fairfax welcomes a new co-working space, The Indie…
Big things come in June. It’s time to go back to the ballot box and also time for the next generation of voters to graduate.
Here are some fun things to do this Sunday for Father's Day.