This week in the Pacific Sun

This week in the Pacific Sun, you’ll find our ‘Feast for the Eyes’ cover story, in which Mal Karman presents the impressive lineup of films to be screened at the 38th annual Mill Valley Film Festival (MVFF). On top of that, Joseph Mayton reports on Marin towns banning short-term rentals from popular house-sharing sites like Airbnb, Tanya Henry writes about The Living Seed Company’s seeds of peace, Molly Oleson checks in with MVFF Executive Director Mark Fishkin about the film festival’s new partnership with Sweetwater, and with Joel Eis, co-owner of Rebound Bookstore, about Litquake San Rafael and Charles Brousse review’s ‘Dogfight’ at the San Francisco Playhouse. And last but not least: We’ve launched Best of Marin 2016! Beginning today, you can vote for all of your favorite places.

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