This baseball legend, musician, nonprofit leader, and fan favorite will preform in Marin.
Marin Magazine - October 2015
The star of "The Birds" talks about her love of Bodega Bay, big cats, and wine.
Here's what you'll find in the October issue of Marin Magazine
The newest development, though hotly opposed, could provide Marin with a walkable community.
Here's what you had to say about Marin Magazine.
Marin is already a great place to live, and these new businesses are making it even more fun. Check out what’s new (or just getting better).
When disaster strikes, it pays to have stored resources and a solid plan.
What sweet treats will our readers be handing out this Halloween?
Wondering how Limantour Beach got its name? The answer reveals a shady history of North Bay land rights.
Scholastic resources are going online! Learn about three Marin-made free applications that can help your kid thrive academically.
We sit down with actress Barbara Crampton in this month's Q&A, chatting about Mill Valley, her family, and her horror film background.
We sat down with Marin Magazine’s own Jim Wood to discuss his new book, "What a Trip! A Mostly Positive Life Story."
It’s not easy working in the same restaurant for 20 years, but this Sausalito cook wouldn’t have it any other way.
lilah b. cosmetics is this month's Made by Marin feature. The minimalist makeup is thoughtfully created in Sausalito.
You can keep cool in style with this world-class hand fan collection.
The CEO of Marin Healthcare District has led Marin General Hospital from times of turmoil to a triumphant groundbreaking of a new $550 million facility.
Whether it’s Maui, Tahoe, or wine country, these Marinites all love retreating to their second homes.
A Bay Area man connects with these mighty oaks and ponders their future.
Winegrowers and producers are experimenting with sustainability, organics, and biodynamics — but will buyers notice?
Enjoy this local getaway that’s big on style, whether your focus is on the course, the spa, or the serene environment.
Head to Cabo for some relaxation. The area held up strong against Hurricane Odile and is open for business.
Snake River Sporting Club is leading fly-fishing trips out of Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Information on working with the community in Jacmel, Haiti.
Learn about the history of this Los Carneros winery.
Heading south on Highway 101, you’ll find three recently renovated wine-related spots worth stopping for.
Travel back in time through the history of this small, raucous island.
Learn how to make roasted pears with prosciutto from Hilltop 1892 and enjoy their modern menu at a historic estate.
This Kentfield home refuses to sacrifice style for accessibility.
What else is known about this panoramic photo of the Bay Area?