Features

Scott Jennings, avian ecologist

08/04/2016
A great egret careens above the Bolinas Lagoon, intent on landing in the crown of a thick pine grove. Extending its long, spindly legs, it flaps and squawks while groping for purchase in the branches. Neighboring egrets raise a ruckus, and the new arrival clambers onto its nest, where three...

Art Rogers Family Album, August 4, 2016

08/04/2016
D.J. WILLIAM “CRICKET” KOLB BROADCASTING “CRICKET’S RADIO SHOW” LIVE ON KWMR WITH SOUND ENGINEER JAMIE CRESPO Cricket, age 13, who is pictured on the right, is one of the students in the KWMR Youth DJ Project. He plays his favorite music, tunes from the 1940’s and 50’s, on Tuesdays at...

A conversation with Inverness sculptor Michael Barnett

07/28/2016
The Inverness Ridge is filled with amazing artists, and one of the great pleasures of living in this community is the opportunity to discover new work and speak to them about their inspiration. Last week, I ventured into the Hermitage Gallery, a new gallery and shop behind Saltwater and The...

An impressive new book from Point Reyes Station author

07/28/2016
“Anne and the Twentieth Century” is the surprisingly appropriate title of the newly published memoirs of Anne R. Dick, a longtime Point Reyes Station resident, bed-and-breakfast owner, jewelry-maker and author of seven books of poetry and reminiscences. In telling stories about herself and her family, Anne—now 89—uses contemporaneous news events...

New Nicasio lingerie maker hosts pop up for indie artisans

07/21/2016
As Stephanie Bodnar rifles through a rack of lingerie she designed, explaining the origins of a corset or the inspiration for her sheer bralette, she’ll tell you that her focus is more on the beauty and delicacy of her pieces than the effect on a paramour. “If it happens to...

Nonprofits benefit in art sale

07/21/2016
There is a new way of doing business that’s emerging in West Marin, in which connections are as important as individual actions. The West Marin Fund provides funding and other assistance to our many nonprofits, expands charitable giving and volunteer activity, and supports innovative endeavors that benefit the community. The...

Betty Woolfolk, director of Gallery Route One, dies at 69

07/14/2016
Betty Woolfolk, the longtime executive director of Gallery Route One whose own works delved into the realm of fantastical pop science, died on June 29. Ms. Woolfolk was a constantly curious artist who loved to shop and spend time with friends when she wasn’t working on her ongoing installation, called...

Ink.Paper.Plate., hub for creative individuals, celebrates two years

07/14/2016
Ink.Paper.Plate, the printmaking studio and shop in Point Reyes Station, draws an array of people: professional artists playing with equipment, novices taking introductory classes, day trippers buying a print, youth groups making books from scrap paper, bands rolling out posters, musicians playing to a crowd mostly sitting on the floor...

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