Feb 26, 2024

Sheriff’s oversight ordinance fundamentally flawed, says watchdog group

After years of discussion and debate, Marin County has finally unveiled a proposed ordinance that could soon lead to civilian oversight of the sheriff’s office. But a watchdog group is already sounding the alarm that the ordinance is “fundamentally flawed.” Assembly Bill 1185, state legislation enacted in January 2021, allows...
Jan 31, 2024

‘Broom’ Doom & Gloom

Aye, there’s the shrub Shrubbery is a rather unassuming word, which most Marin County citizens would probably not consider within...
Jan 22, 2024

Marinshroom: MycoMarin finds fungus among us

Fungus is all around us, and so too are the fun-guys and fun-gals who gather together in the great...
Jan 16, 2024

Marin’s Buck Institute leads the way in biological research on age-related diseases

Aging is a human experience that everyone on this earth has in common—and though individual approaches toward this shared...
Jan 9, 2024

Get fit for free in Marin: Explore hiking, staircases, and beaches

Marin County offers a variety of free ways to get fit, including hiking trails, staircases, water activities, and active hobbies, making it the best county in California to get fit for free.
Jan 2, 2024

West Marin Culture Shop: Where tradition and fermentation meet

West Marin Culture Shop, located in Point Reyes Station, is a fermented micro food hall offering a variety of fermented goods, including cheese, wine, miso, and pickles, as well as ferment-it-yourself resources and locally-made items.
Dec 26, 2023

Unresolved Resolutions: How to make the next 365 days count

There are 365 days in 2024—how can one best spend them? Between family, friends, finances, self-improvement, community involvement, creative pursuits,...
Dec 8, 2023

UPDATED: Everybody poops, yet stingy San Rafael stymies sanitation

Editor’s Note: This article was updated with additional information on Monday, Dec. 11. Homeless people cite many challenges when it...
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