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Look for the Union . . . Edible

Can unions organize cannabis industry workers, some stoned, some sober, others undocumented and still others with college degrees?It’s tricky.The upsides: a unionized cannabis industry...

From Iran with Love

Shahyar Ghanbari might be an unfamiliar name to most in America, but in Iran it is a different story. “Right now I have written...

The Tow Hold

A struggling man in West Marin was recently arrested on minor charges and spent a few months serving local time at the Marin County...

Sacred Land

In 1998, big-city community organizer Steve Costa and his wife, Kate Levinson, moved to Point Reyes Station, and in 2002 bought the town’s only...

Kids Camp Guide

It’s staying light out longer these days, which means that summer is just around the corner, and the kids of Marin will soon be...

Habit Forming

There was a time when Hand Habits was reserved for the bedroom. That’s where guitarist and songwriter Meg Duffy would craft melodic homespun folk...

Time and Punishment

Russian novelist Fyodor Dostoevsky—who poured his blood, sweat and tears into the pages of Crime and Punishment—would feel at home in John Beck’s splendid,...

Spring Screens

With March well under way and spring around the corner, the clouds are starting to clear in the North Bay, meaning the stars are...

San Anselmo’s Fire

I grew up in Sebastopol, and until recently barely had a sense of where San Anselmo was, much less what it had to offer....

Telling Tubbies

Wine country tourism has “relaxing” in its mission statement, and the latest addition to the leave-your-troubles-behind premise is apparently a bathtub. But unlike the...