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April 2007

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In This Issue

Golf Gets a Makeover

Technology, service, fitness and women are remaking the ancient game.

Environmental Education Council of Marin

EECOM is making it easy and cool to be eco-friendly.

Nancy Livingston, Fred Levin

Bay Area arts advocates and philanthropists with deep roots in Marin County.

Darfur Dignity Amid the Madness

Recording the spirit of hope and survival in the Sahara Desert.

Lodge Living

Peter and Toni Thompson create beautiful lodge living in Ross.

San Anselmo's Fork

Fork's new chef is bringing back the magic.

Hail to the Queen

Queen Mary 2 calls on San Francisco.

School of Second Chances

College of Marin rebounds from a troubled past.

Dean Ornish, M.D.

Dr. Dean Michael Ornish calls Marin home.

The San Geronimo Valley

San Geronimo Valley, offers something for everyone.

Golf Properties in the West

Ideas on where to play golf in the West.

Marin's Next Phase

It’s time for renewal of community purpose.

Readers Respond

Marin Magazine Readers weigh in.

View from Mt. Tam

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