This restaurant brings a classic American steakhouse feel to a beautiful and historic Larkspur location.
Marin Magazine - October 2019
This contemporary burger joint that gives patrons the opportunity to build a burger from the bun up.
A peek behind the scenes, of the people, who bring festival audiences new and amazing films.
What better way to sample the bounty of the land than going to an official winery tasting.
Saved from the 2017 Tubbs Fire by Peter Lang, Safari West's land is flourishing and animals are thriving.
Who knew that the pumpkin, the popular orange rotund symbol of fall, packed such a nutritious punch?
Join Rush at the Lark Theater on October 13 for an MVFF Award tribute and clips and conversation.
Lark Theater popcorn is in a league of its own.
Before the popcorn or after the credits, nothing beats a movie-perfect nosh.
A move away from the city presents an opportunity to build a home that interacts with nature and allow for light-filled home design.
The popular San Rafael store gears up for its biggest season.
It’s been 50 years since Hollywood underwent seismic changes that can still be felt today.
In existence since 1892, the San Francisco Theological Seminary is finding new ways to stay relevant.
Husband-and-wife team have their pieces in local fine dining establishments.
A first task of the Marin Municipal Water District was to build remote Alpine Dam, which was constructed a century ago.
Good for the earth and kind to your wallet, the secondhand apparel market is expected to grow.
The nonprofit provides residential services to adults and seniors in need.
There’s no shortage of stargazing and celebrity sightings at the Mill Valley Film Festival.
Letter from the editor, Mimi Towle, celebrates fall harvest and shares learnings from Futurewell and regenerative agriculture.
Thank Measure A for protecting Marin's open spaces, parks, and agricultural lands.
County agencies have helped decrease Marin’s number of chronically homeless.
Start the holiday baking season with hand-selected local apples.
With the industry still dominated by male directors, the MVFF found a way to feature the work of women.
These guidelines are helpful and ensure a productive, healthy garden oasis.
Going strong after a 1999 renovation, the Smith Rafael Film Center retains its status as a crowd favorite.
Covet Passe entitles you to visit as many winery partners as you want within a year.
While originality counts, movie remakes offer the power to evolve a story over time.
The golden man, MVFF executive director Mark Fishkin, has smiled on many past festival pictures.
A journey of colors, fall locations at their brilliant best.
The Mill Valley Film Festival screens films from around the world but it doesn’t neglect local talent.