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April 2018

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In This Issue

Local Favorite's Largest Location Yet

Gott's Roadside is What's Hot in April.

Dennis Rodoni

Marin County’s newest supervisor has deep roots here and big plans for public open spaces.

Taking The Plunge

When it came time to move to the North Bay, this couple didn't just dip a toe, they dove right into a full renovation that continued to grow in scope.

Mountain High

This development is the ticket for those who love Tahoe, but hate the traffic.

On Trend

From cans to castles, our wine expert lays out the latest innovations, tastes and places to visit in fabulous wine country.

Indulge and Unwind

Small-town charm meets big-city talent up Highway 101 in Healdsburg.

SoCal Cannes

The Newport Beach Film Festival, now in its 19th year, has become the fastest growing film festival in the nation

Play Time

These moms and dads live the rock star life — at least until it’s time to get the kids ready for school.

A League of Our Own

We reached out to a longtime Little League enthusiast, player and coach Michael Cann, who along with his brother Peter coaches the Mill Valley Tigers.

Author Talk: Arlie Russell Hochschild

We sat down with Berkeley’s Arlie Russell Hochschild to discuss Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right, this year’s selection for One Book One Marin.

11 Questions for Memo Gidley

We asked Tiburon Race Car Driver Memo Gidley about his career.

Awesome Opossums

We spoke with Kate Lynch from WildCare to get the facts about this misunderstood critter.

A Decade In

Cavallo Point, by the numbers.

Wanted: Room For Rent

Marin's housing market took a hit after the fires.

What's Inside

Here's a look at what's in the April issue.

Sporting Life

As a parent of kids in athletics, you don’t notice all the benefits and associated community until much later.

Go Girl

This Dipsea “hike” was the first-ever cross-country U.S. sporting event organized just for women.

Pot Primer

Now that cannabis is predicted to be the new wine, if you’re a home hobbyist and over 21 you can grow your own for personal use.

Going West

After a false start in Berkeley, a move to San Rafael checks off all the items on the wish list.

Q&A With WildCare

We spoke with WildCare's new executive director, Vaughn R. Maurice.

Alonzo King: 35 Years of Lines Ballet

The company founder and choreographer discusses his decades-long creative journey.

The Royal Treatment

In London it is possible to walk in the footsteps of kings, queens, princes and princesses in style.

What's New in Portland

Here are some spots worth visiting on your next trip north.

Travel Light

Here are three of our favorite carry-ons that really pack a punch.

The Redo List

Here's the latest from industry experts on the most promising current trends in interior design.

Good Genes

Here's a look at some popular DNA testing services.

Home Plates

We asked our Facebook friends what the best ballpark foods are.

Connect With Us

Here are ways you can share and connect with us.

New in Town

Keep up to date with the latest eating and shopping at the newest local businesses.
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Partner Content

The Look

Local deals with style. [Sponsored]

Detroit Girl Michelle Schmitt Makes Good

Singer Michelle Schmitt works to get food and care to those in need. [Sponsored]

Helping Marin’s Concussion and Stroke Survivors Thrive

The Schurig Center for Brain Injury Recovery does important work in the community. [Sponsored]

Change the World by Changing your Portfolio

Mirador Capital Partners helps investors use their money to support their beliefs. [Sponsored]

Healing the Children: Bringing Care to Pediatric Patients Abroad

Evan R Ransom M.D. is on the board of advisors for Healing the Children Northern California, giving specialty care to children in other countries. [Sponsored]
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