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March 2015

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In This Issue

Spring Zucchini Salad

Chef Robert Price of Bar Bocce in Sausalito shares his recipe for a fresh and simple salad, ideal for alfresco dining.

David Wain Coon

It’s an exciting time for community colleges, and the College of Marin is no exception. Jim Wood sits down with president of COM, David Wain Coon.


Traveling in a former communist country, a couple creates their own fairy tale as they discover natural and man-made beauty.

View From Marin

The first issue of spring kicks off with great fashion, birding, a trip to Slovenia and much more. Here's what you'll find in the March issue of Marin Magazine.

Without a Home

The homelessness problem and its solution in Marin County are more complicated than most imagine. Jim Wood shares his experience counting the homeless in this month's POV.

Your Letters

Here's what you had to say about Marin Magazine.

History Hike

Ever been to Battery Townsley in the Marin Headlands? Calin Van Paris tells you more about this historical site.

Geography of Hope

Calin Van Paris tells you more about the Geography of Hope Conference literary event hosted by Point Reyes Books.

From Ireland With Love

For many in the county, true Irish traditions are celebrated every day, not just on St. Patrick’s Day. These offerings inspire a deeper understanding of the heritage carried over from the green-hued homeland.

Author Talk

Calin Van Paris sits down with San Rafael's Isabel Allende to discuss her new book.

Headlands Brewing Company

Looking for a great beer to try? Calin Van Paris sits down with Headlands Brewing Company this month.

Bodies in Motion

Are you ready for spring? Fashion Editor Veronica Sooley, with the help of stylist Leah-Marie, has your fashion insight: pleats and floaty fabrics will put a spring in your step.

For the Birds

Experienced birders, and those new to the hobby, love spotting in Marin’s wildlife paradise.

Hawaii's Inner Beauty

Next time you head to Hawaii, check out one of these spas that incorporate nature into treatments.

Get Active

Want to visit the most active volcano? Well, you can stay in the United States to do that. Kilauea at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island is one passport-free plane ride away. Mimi Towle has the info.

Education Vacation

Looking to make your next trip to the islands a bit more enriching? Here’s a short list of free talks intended to ensure you return home with more than a sunburn and tiki mug.

50 and Fabulous

The legendary Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, on the Big Island of Hawaii, is launching a giving campaign called "50 Acts of Aloha." Executive Editor Mimi Towle tells you more about the campaign and the hotel.

What's Cooking?

A San Anselmo house is move-in ready with a kitchen tailor-made for any home chef.

Time Flies

Then and now. Jim Wood takes a look back at downtown Mill Valley.
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Developing Mavericks with Aligned Learning

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Cannabis for Lovers: How to use Cannabis as an Aphrodisiac

February is for lovers, and lovers who add cannabis into their routine are in for a treat! [Sponsored]

A Passion for Adolescent Mental Health

Jamison Monroe Jr., the founder and CEO of Newport Academy, shares the life experiences that drove him to make a difference in the community. [Sponsored]
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