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Marlie de Swart: off the axis and on the page

09/22/2016
Marlie de Swart never relies on patterns when she knits a new sweater, vest or bonnet. Instead, she sketches a rough plan and makes decisions about textures and construction as she goes, letting the piece grow and morph organically, stitch by stitch. It was a bit of a challenge, then,...

Bounty: Celebrating Coastal Marin’s rich agricultural history

09/22/2016
Bolinas Museum’s celebratory reception this Saturday marks the opening of “Bounty,” an inspiring program of exhibitions, tours, talks and educational events celebrating agriculture in coastal Marin. The Bay Area is renowned for its fine food, creative chefs and great markets emphasizing locally grown products, many of which are produced here...

Forest Knolls espresso bar brings boutique brew

09/08/2016
Making coffee on Tuesday morning, Cheyenne Young followed a precise routine: 19 grams of grounds tamped into the portafilter and 30 seconds for water to flow through, yielding two ounces of rich, smooth espresso. “I’m just really happy to be here in my own spot,” he said, looking out over...

Toward an ecology of healing

09/08/2016
I have been thinking a lot about relationships lately. Yes, I’m thinking about interpersonal relationships, but I’m also considering our relationship with ourselves and our bodies, with food, with nature, with substances that impact our ability to be fully conscious. I’m considering relationships with our communities, with systems within which...

Art Rogers Family Album, September 1, 2016

09/01/2016
Baby of the Month LUPINE ANACLETA VALLEJOS — BORN MARCH 18, 2015 Daughter of Molly Livingston and Richard Vallejos of Inverness Granddaughter of Kerry and Dewey Livingston of Inverness and Teresa and Jim Buswell of San Diego and the late Anacleto Vallejos of Las Cruces, New Mexico Niece of Nora...

Hans Angress on early dairy farming on Tomales Bay

09/01/2016
Hans Angress has many stories to tell, from surviving the Holocaust to helping build the Marconi Conference Center from the ashes of Synanon. But from 1948 to 1968, Hans was a partner with Bill Straus...

An Inverness woman’s transgender journey

09/01/2016
There was no stir in West Marin last Friday when a federal judge curbed a new North Carolina law that restricted transgender students’ access to restrooms. While the case may seem a continent away, the ruling in favor of three plaintiffs has significance even for residents here.An Inverness resident and...

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