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September 2018

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In This Issue

Travel Buzz: Hawaii Vacations

In every issue we aim to inspire your wanderlust. This month we introduce you to unique adventures in our 50th state.

New In Town

Herbie Hancock Headlines All-Day Music Festival at Mount Tamalpais

Herbie Hancock headlines this all-day music festival on the slopes of Mount Tamalpais.

The Latest (and Stylish) Way to Smoke: Artisanal Bongs and Pot Pipes

There are other things to smoke out of besides three-foot-tall glass bongs with sharks and mushrooms painted on them. Here is a selection of pipes you’ll be proud to leave out on the coffee table.

Marin Local Library Director Wins the 2018 Sullivan Award

Now you can add librarians to the list of things Marin is known for. A Marin Local Library Director Wins the 2018 Sullivan Award

Janus Words

The Rich Story Behind Lyford's Tower

Who could blame Dr. Benjamin Lyford for looking at Tiburon and envisioning a utopia?

DUI Crackdown

When it comes to Marin’s drunk drivers, as of this August it’s three strikes and you’re out.

How Women Demonstrate Financial Power

A changing tide in finance.

Meet 98-year-old Experimental Dancer Anna Halprin

The Big Picture: Art and Mental Health

Creative pursuits can lead a child from isolation to a sense of belonging

Marin Poet Laureate Rebecca Foust Talks Artful Expression and Her Community

Marin’s poet laureate is expanding the boundaries of the role — and finding some serious talent along the way.

The History of Baker Beach

Although you can’t swim there, Baker Beach has plenty of other attractions.

Marin Fashion Issue: Cozy Up for Fall

Layering up knits, prints, silks and metallics.

The State of the Game

A look at Marin's competitive sports leagues and how schools and team leaders are trying to keep players safe.

Travel to the Mediterranean: Balkans

Castles, islands, medieval cities and delicious food define this mother-daughter trip.

Violist and Artistic Director Marin Ruth Kahn Talks Musica Marin

Violist and artistic director of Musica Marin Ruth Kahn discusses the organization’s inaugural festival.

What's Hot in September: Top Five Picks

Fine art, food, wine and live music are happening all around Marin County. Find out when and where!

Bike Shop Doubles as Pizza Eatery: Splitrock Tap & Wheel

A former Fairfax Cyclery space in Marin County, which had been operating as just a bike shop, has been reconfigured and now also serves food and an assortment of beers.

Interview with Legal Aid of Marin's New Director Stephanie Haffner

Legal Aid of Marin turns 60 this year and welcomes a new executive director, East Bay resident Stephanie Haffner.

Get Involved: Top Volunteer Opportunities this Month

We provide a list of the latest charities and causes in Marin to be excited about. Let's give back!

Marin Home: Family Drama and a Bungalow in Corte Madera

Buying and renovating a bungalow amid family drama with a new baby on the way.

How to Garden: Growing Groceries

Edible gardening is easier than you think.

Hotel Larkspur

Even though this landmark has had only a few owners in 127 years, it’s got a colorful history.
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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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