Perched on the line between Central and West Marin, the small town of Fairfax comfortably straddles new and old Marin with a mix of bohemian hippies, young families, and trendy hot spots.
Named for Lord Charles Snowden Fairfax, who settled in the area in 1855, Fairfax became an incorporated town in 1931.
A near down-to-the-studs renovation project with a focus on improving the flow between the home’s public spaces.
The Fairfax campground used by Girl Scouts of Northern California may have spookier residents as well.
For more than 25 years, couples danced at the Redwood Bowl’s outdoor music event.
April 7 is National Beer Day, and what better way to celebrate than imbibing the spirit? Local suds, of course.
Now that recreational marijuana is legal in California, what does that mean for Marin?
Here’s what’s new in Marin County.
Here are the Fairfax picks for Editors’ Choice 2014. Did your favorites make the list?