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Marin Magazine - March 2007
Peter Schumacher of Buckeye and Bungalow 44 talks about his personal style.
We live 'on the edge' in Marin
Spring Fashion - Shot on location in downtown Tiburon.
Exposing children to music is good entertainment and can be beneficial to their developing minds.
So if you think you know what life in a floating home is really like, think again.
Dry cleaning chemicals are sparking health and environmental concerns from the Environmental Protection Agency.
Choosing a fireplace in Marin.
Visit the chic showroom of Ruth Livingston Studio on Tiburon’s historic Ark Row
With her third book on faith, Anne Lamott proves she’s the funniest Jesus freak out there.
It’s hard to be green these days.
Marin Magazine Readers weigh in.
The Dominican Sisters of San Rafael wanted their new convent to reflect their commitment to good earth stewardship and built it green.
Exploring the rural Tuscan landscape south of Siena.
How green are Marin’s highways? Greener by the day.
Girls just wanna have fun, and there’s no better place to do that than Palm Springs, CA.
Ken Kurtzig, founder of iReuse, can help you get rid of a couch, dishes, or an entire office building full of furniture.
It was 35 years ago, from the spring of 1975 through winter of 1977, when little rain fell in Marin—and Diet Stroeh, cofounder of the Novato civil engineering firm CSW/Stuber Stroeh, was general manager of the Marin Municipal Water District (MMWD).
American comfort food is in our own backyard at Mill Valley’s Bungalow 44.
Like her father, Glaser went into broadcasting—but a fascination with the weather wound up shaping her media career.
Isabel Allende, a San Fafael resident and author of latest novel Daughter of Fortune is featured on the One Book One Marin book discussion program.
Tried-and-true remedies to combat the cold-weather blues.
This month Marin Magazine goes green.
Duplication and redundancy seem to rule the land in many Marin municipalities