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July 2007

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In This Issue

Home Sweet Homes

Affluent baby boomers are fueling the trend of owning more than one place to hang your hat.

Pool Trends

Swimming pools add drama, style and a literal splash of refreshment to any backyard or garden.

Cruising Croatia's Dalmation Coast

Ben Davidson jumps at an opportunity to explore Croatia by bike and boat.

Bambi vs. Bambi

The Park Service has a plan to rid Point Reyes of the fallow and axis deer.

Readers Respond

Marin Magazine Readers weigh in

View from Mt. Tam

Marin Magazine's editors and publisher check in.

Summer's Sumptuous Sizzle

Summer must-haves: picks for outdoor grilling.

Determination Counts

Novato’s Robert Thompson finds an opportunity to work and to “make people’s lives better”

Lisa Kaiser

Talking with Marin's Lisa Kaiser, Landscape Designer.

Active Wear for Anywhere

Clothing that works in the gym, on the trails and around town.

Pat Kuleto and Nick's Cove

Nick's Cove is opened in Tomales Bay by restaurateur Pat Kuleto.

Carole Migden

Often combative and always involved, Marin's state senator challenges presidential voting procedures and the Iraq war.

The Russia Question

In Martin Cruz Smith's sixth Arkady Renko novel, Stalin's Ghost, the changing face of Russia once again plays a starring role.

La Jolla

Grant Griffith explores La Jolla on a weekend getaway.

St. Vincent's Then and Now

The story behind St. Vincent's

Kitchen at 868 Grant

Kitchen at 868 Grant has firmly established itself as the small town's top-flight dinner destination.

Dillon Beach

If you haven't been to Dillon Beach, you're missing a treat.

Jennifer Azzi

Marin Magazine Talks with Jennifer Azzi

Marin's Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Jim talks about finding a slogan to help reduce Marin's 3.2 million tons of global-warming carbon dioxide emissions.
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