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VIDEO: A Look at the August Issue



August is a pretty big month here at Marin Magazine since it's our annual Editors' Choice issue. As a sneak peek at the feature, Managing Editor Dan Jewett and Executive Editor Mimi Towle discuss their favorite parts about Marin County towns. For Mimi, it's all about bar bites in Mill Valley, and Dan, a huge music fan, raves about the music scene in Fairfax, including 19 Broadway, Peri's Bar and more.

Along with Editors' Choice, Dan and Mimi talk about a new section in the magazine, Family Business. We profiled four family businesses that have been in Marin for at least three generations (or more, in some cases). Also in this issue is a Q&A with the only female pro-surfer in the Bay Area, Bianca Valenti. Assitant Editor Calin Van Paris found some great places in Marin that offer free fitness days.

Be sure to fill out our Tastemakers 2015 survey. We want to know your favorite breakfast, lunch, bar bites, dinner, dessert and cocktail spots here in Marin and just as a reminder, our GoPro video contest is still on through August 15. Be sure to submit your GoPro video before then.

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