A brief overview of some of our favorite local restaurants.
Marin Magazine - November 2019
Grab a pair of skates and make your way to one of these spots to celebrate the season.
How can we learn to celebrate the passing of loved ones and see it as a positive part of life?
A conversation with Dr. Jei Africa explores the different behaviors surrounding depression and gun violence.
A six-year project transforms a teardown into a forever home.
Local restaurants and partner chefs offer their tips for making a great holiday meal.
If you live in Fairfax, Novato or San Anselmo, you have some decision making to do.
Local authors and attitudinal healing co-founders ask why do we so often avoid talking about the end of life?
A former Novato mayor is head of a new state volunteering effort aimed at building community and solving problems.
Locally caught seafood is not just the environmentally friendly choice; it tastes better too.
With talk of a potential recession coming, what can nonprofits, foundations and individuals do to mitigate risk?
While not protected statewide, newts are considered a species of special concern.
We compare some popular delivery services to help you decide what’s best when cooking is out of the question.
Zestier than sit-down restaurants and classier than most watering holes, wine bars inhabit a special place on the dining scene.
Punch is having a comeback. It’s easy to make, and gussies up in a flash with fresh fruit or inventively shaped ice.
Liberty ships and the Peter Donahue have history in Marin.
Why deep-blue California, self-styled capital of “the resistance,” is still addicted to prisons.
This month's newest eats, drinks, other happenings in and around Marin.
Check out an interactive family walk at Bothin Marsh - open until 2020.
Marin County receives large grant to help expand restorative justice services.
Looking to get out of the cold this winter? Here are our pics.
San Ansalemo community and local restaurant Taco Jane's celebrate Dia de los Muertos.
The table may or may not be covered in white linen, but these spots have a new take on the meaning of “haute cuisine.”