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Marin Magazine - November 2017
MARGARET O'LEARY introduces the sweater coat that'll keep you warm on foggy mornings and chilly nights. Easy to wear and reversible too! Brynn Coat - $575; Tara Turtleneck - $235; Lake Michigan T Neck - $385; Goldie Skirt - $215.…
We ask Jonathan Leidy 5 questions about 100MARIN.
Recreational kayaking is easy, safe and scenic — and there’s no better place to do it than here in Marin.
The ultimate guide on when and how much to "pay thank-you" at holiday time.
Here's what new in town this month.
4-H Clubs were active in Marin then and now. The same holds true for UC Cooperative Extension’s Farm Advisor.
Nicasio by the numbers.
It’s a place for everything, even style.
Fundraising has never been so flashy.
The confusing world of hot and cold food.
Stay chic and cozy this winter with layers.
Find your way around Clement Street with this handy guide.
A Marin mom’s account of the costs — both financial and emotional — of addiction in young people and the rewards of seeing the battle through.
It's important to use healthy soap, and this Marin duo is providing an excellent local option.
Here's some updated information as a followup to our February story.
This hoop dance instructor stresses that when it comes to fun, there is no age limit.
Here's the top Instagram post from September.
Did you know some of the most nutrient-rich greens found on earth come from below the surface?
A new home in San Rafael provides the perfect excuse to leave the city.
Houseplants improve the air and your mood.
A quick “yes” becomes a 10-year story of how Marin and Sonoma’s open spaces were saved and the national landscape changed forever.
Delight your guests this holiday season with easy-to-make party platters assembled with locally sourced products.
Warm winter wellness is just a flight away.
The 50th anniversary of a classic desert race is one not to be missed.
Check out this new shop where everyone is excited to chat cheese.
Recipe for butternut squash ravioli at Il Davide. Chef David Haydon walks us through this cozy, holiday season dish.