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San Anselmo was originally inhabited by the Coast Miwok people, then was later settled by Europeans who established a sawmill and a railroad in the late 1800s. The town grew as a hub for agriculture and dairy farming, and by the early 20th century, it had become a popular destination for tourists seeking the area’s natural beauty and hot springs. Today, San Anselmo retains much of its small-town charm, with a bustling downtown area filled with unique shops, restaurants, and art galleries.

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San Anselmo Family Forms Turnkey Movement to Raise Humanitarian Aid for Ukraine      

The Arizae Foundation has a singular mission: to help the people of Ukraine and meet their immediate needs.

Who Was Archie Williams? The Story Behind the Renaming of a San Anselmo High School

The new namesake for a local school may be someone unfamiliar to many, but his story reveals a man long overdue for recognition.

Good Morning, San Anselmo!: Staysea Colteaux Supports Fellow Small Businesses in Daily Instagram Posts

Over 200 days into Covid-19 and Staysea hasn’t squandered a single one.


A San Anselmo Home Changes with the Times

As the kids grow, so does the scale of the renovations at this San Anselmo house.

Trading in L.A. for a San Anselmo Bungalow

A former music publicist finds a San Anselmo home that is music to her ears.

A San Anselmo Cottage

When a third child came along, it was time to trade in the city for the rope swing.


San Anselmo’s Architectural Marvel

In existence since 1892, the San Francisco Theological Seminary is finding new ways to stay relevant.

Sleepy Hollow’s Haunted History?

A bit of history behind a Marin mansion with a familiar name.