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Coupon clipping maven gives workshop in Bolinas

10/09/2014
BIG SAVINGS: An intricate system of price-matching a given item’s lowest offering on the web to the same item in stores like Target, and combining that already deep discount with money-back coupons from sites like cuckooforcoupons.com, allows Breeze Nakooka to bring home a year’s worth of toiletries for $4. She...

Two bodies found in seashore

10/02/2014
Hikers on Sky Trail in the Point Reyes National Seashore on Tuesday morning discovered two dead bodies, one of which has been identified as Thomas Fletcher, a 62-year-old from Petaluma. The park service has not yet released further details, but the sheriff’s log from Tuesday shows that at 9:33 a.m...

Dinner on the Pacific Plate

09/25/2014
After an afternoon of hikes, guided walks and kayak expeditions, donors converged on Bear Valley Visitor Center Saturday evening to enjoy a cocktail hour of local cheeses, oysters, wine and mead and a dinner of braised duck leg at the Point Reyes National Seashore Association’s annual fundraiser, Dinner on the...

Bernie Stephan leaves his radio post

09/25/2014
Self-described revolutionary Bernie Stephan parted ways with his listeners during Monday’s Post Carbon Radio, a twice-monthly program he has co-hosted with his friend, the more moderate Bing Gong, for the last several years. Mr. Stephan said he felt he was “beating his head against the wall” and that his guests...

Tomales High Soccer on the rise

09/25/2014
Sign-ups for Tomales High School’s soccer teams exploded this year, with combined rosters surpassing 40 kids. (The football team shrunk to only 14 players for their season opener last month.) The boys soccer team hasn’t lost a league game yet, ranking them at the top of their division conference and...

Mexican Independence in the commons

09/18/2014
MEXICAN INDEPENDENCE: Revelers consumed traditional foods, enjoyed a Mariachi band and danced with the members of Petaluma’s Ballet Folklorico Paquiyollotzin on Saturday in the Point Reyes Station commons, celebrating Mexican Independence in 1821, won after an 11-year war.

New bus stop in the San Geronimo Valley

09/04/2014
After six months of planning, volunteers with the San Geronimo Valley Lions Club built and painted a bus stop and bench at the intersection of Meadow Way and Sir Francis Drake.

Iyengar gathering at Chicken Ranch Beach

08/28/2014
Ellen Serber led the West Marin gathering of a nationwide tribute to B. K. S. Iyengar—an influential yoga teacher who authored the 1966 “Light on Yoga” and died last week at age 95—at Chicken Ranch Beach on Tuesday. Practitioners performed a series of asanas, then sat for several minutes. Ms...

PhyloCchip tests Chicken Ranch Beach creek

08/14/2014
Concerns about fecal coliform in a ditch at Chicken Ranch Beach spurred the county to contract with the Carbon Cycle Institute to pull water samples there in July. The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is using the PhyloChip to determine the source of the bacteria. – Samantha Kimmey

Breastfeeding awareness month in Marin

08/07/2014
Most women in Marin don’t exclusively breastfeed for the recommended six months, part of the reason county supervisors deemed August “Breastfeeding Awareness Month.” Above, doula and Point Reyes resident Kim Hett nurses her son, Woolsey.

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