This week in the Pacific Sun, you’ll find our cover story, by Steve Heilig, on Marin-based artist Tom Killion. Heilig interviews Killion about his process in creating his well-known Japanese-style woodcuts, and about the new book that he’s collaborated on with Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Gary Snyder. Ann Hutchinson asks if the latest “It” gadget from Tesla lives up to the hype, and David Templeton writes about teenagers on quests for love. On top of that, there’s a Marlon Brando documentary playing at the Rafael, and Mads Tolling, a musician who fuses jazz and classical, will be performing soon at the Marin Country Mart. All that and more on stands and online today!