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October 2015

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In This Issue

Roasted Pears With Prosciutto

Hilltop 1892 invites Marin residents to enjoy a modern menu at a historic estate.

Lee Domanico

The CEO of Marin Healthcare District has led Marin General Hospital from times of turmoil to a triumphant groundbreaking of a new $550 million facility.

lilah b.

Learn more about Sausalito-based lilah b. cosmetics in this month's Made by Marin.

Sustainably Sonoma

Winegrowers and producers are experimenting with sustainability, organics and biodynamics — but will buyers notice?

Rounding Third

Modern Renaissance man and fan favorite, Tim Flannery, brings his show to Marin.

11 Questions for Barbara Crampton

Marc Hershon sits down with veteran Scream Queen Barbara Crampton in this month's Q&A.

View From Marin

Here's what you'll find in the October issue of Marin Magazine

Slow Start for Tam Ridge

Newest development could provide Marin with a walkable community.

Your Letters

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

New in Town

Marin is already a great place to live, and these new businesses are making it even more fun. Check out what’s new (or just getting better).

Be Prepared

When disaster strikes, it pays to have stored resources and a solid plan.

Marin's Favorite Candy

For Halloween this year we asked our Facebook friends to tell us what candy items they enjoy handing out the most. Did we miss your favorite? Let us know.

False Claim

Learn more about how Limantour Beach got its name.

For the Good of the Kids

How much media should kids be exposed to, even when that media relates to education? Many teachers and parents are finding a real upside to embracing technology in the classroom. Here are a few free educational apps that were born in Marin.

Author Talk

We sat down with Marin Magazine’s own Jim Wood to discuss his new book, "What a Trip! A Mostly Positive Life Story."

Chef's Life

It’s not easy working in the same restaurant for 20 years, but this Sausalito cook wouldn’t have it any other way.

Fan Fare

You can keep cool in style with this world-class hand fan collection.

Home Sweet Second Home

Whether it’s Tahoe, Maui or wine country, these Marinites all love retreating to their getaway place.

Oak Stories

A Bay Area man connects with these mighty oaks and ponders their future.

Puttin' on the Ritz

A local getaway that’s big on style.

Los Cabos Comeback

Head to Cabo for some relaxation.

Join the Cast

Head to Jackson Hole, Wyoming and go fly fishing. Here are the details from Executive Editor Mimi Towle.

Continued Efforts in Haiti

Travel to Haiti and help build homes. Here are some details.

Owner to Maker

Learn more about Tognetti Family Winery.

In With the New

Heading south on Highway 101, you’ll find three recently renovated wine-related spots worth stopping for.

Pitcairn Island

Travel back in time through the history of this small, raucous island.

Aging Gracefully

This accessible Kentfield house is big on style.
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Yaz Krehbiel Supports 10,000 Degrees

A local Marin artist advocates for an organization which has enabled thousands of low-income students to graduate college and to excel in life. [Sponsored]

Sausalito's Marine Mammal Center is Advancing Ocean Conservation

This environmental organization works tirelessly to protect our sea animals, with the help of wealth management firm Private Ocean [Sponsored]

How to Keep Calm and Carry On

Life comes with lots of ups and downs. And that’s especially true for teens. [Sponsored]
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