AIM Feeds Marin with Farmers Markets

The Covid-19 pandemic hit local farmers hard. Small to midsize farms lost 90 to 100 percent of their restaurant business when the shelter-in-place order was issued in the Bay Area in March.


Trap the Vote Inspires Black and Brown Youths to Become Politically Active

Trap the Vote, an innovative new program in Marin, encourages Black and Brown young people to vote and educates them about the political process. Started by four community activists, the organization aims...

RH’s New Rooftop Restaurant

After months of construction at the north end of the Town Center Corte Madera’s parking lot, Restoration Hardware, or RH as it is now officially known, has unveiled its stunning, stand-alone retail...

Toothless Dog Soothes Dentist’s Patients

Scared of dental work? A Marin dentist has a unique tool for calming your fears: Kismet, a 13-year-old, toothless Chihuahua. Whether you need your teeth cleaned or a cavity filled, she simply...


Five Ways to Stay Busy in the North Bay This Weekend

Events boasting music, art, wine and other delights are happening throughout the North Bay and online this weekend, and here's a round...

Agricultural Institute of Marin Debuts Virtual Cooking Class

For more than 35 years, local food producers and farmers have worked with the Agricultural Institute of Marin (AIM) to educate the...

Twin City Tacos

I used to gauge the relative coolness of a town by the quality of a random cup of coffee. At the time,...


Beers for Fears

No word yet if smoke taint will obliterate this year’s wine grape harvest, but the tri-county area has brewed up a backup...