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Eucalyptus trees come down in Nicasio

05/21/2015
NICASIO: The county is cutting down 11 large eucalyptus trees on Nicasio Valley Road near Lucas Valley Road, at a cost of about $130,000. After concerns were raised by residents, an arborist inspected the trees at the county’s request and deemed many in the stand a public health hazard. Taking...

Whale docent publishes children's book

05/14/2015
BOOKS: Winter wildlife docent Marta Lindsey shared her new children’s book last Saturday at Point Reyes National Seashore headquarters, flipping through reproductions of the illustrations as she told the story to a small crowd of youngsters. “Little Gray’s Great Migration” follows a baby whale and his mother on their journey...

Kids Musical Theater at the Dance Palace

05/07/2015
THEATER: Director Melissa Claire’s multi-tasking during a Tuesday set rehearsal of Alice in Wonderland, this year’s Dance Palace Kids Musical Theater production, was a performance unto itself. The play, with an original music score, shows this weekend.

Perry's Deli expands to include dinner service

04/09/2015
DINNER OUT: Chef Ed Vigil passed bread through a new window connecting Perry’s Deli and its new space, Gather at Perry’s, last Thursday during a preview for their new dinner service. A changing bistro menu, along with wine, beer, sours and cider, will be available Thursdays through Sundays. The space...

Marie Souix at the Bolinas Farmstand

04/02/2015
MUSIC: It was a somnolent start to a small show opened by Santiparro, a husband and wife duo whose first chant was accompanied by a smudging, on Sunday evening at the Gospel Flat Farm Stand in Bolinas. What followed—Mariee Souix’s acoustic guitar, faintly raspy voice, maternal aura and winding, storytelling...

Margaret Hansen turns 100

03/26/2015
PEOPLE: Margaret Hanson celebrated her 100 birthday at the Dance Palace’s Senior Lunch on Thursday to the sounds of Silverstrings, a band composed of her family members. “You are just as beautiful as you were 30 years ago,” a friend said as Ms. Hanson was wheeled around the room.

Bolinas steps into the freebox

02/26/2015
BOLINAS: Similar in nature to the freebox itself, Freebox Follies, the annual fundraiser for the community goods exchange, is a mishmash of performance art, music and a runway fashion show. Troubadour StuArt opened the evening with an account of how he arrived in Bolinas. It was the middle of night...

Audubon Canyon Ranch returns Inverness property to the birds

02/19/2015
TOMALES BAY: Helen McLaren’s wish that her property return “to the birds” came one step closer to reality on Tuesday when crews began demolishing a home and small shed on land she bequeathed to Audubon Canyon Ranch when she died in 2012. The two-acre parcel abuts Shields Marsh in Inverness,...

Equine therapy

02/05/2015
Women living in high-stress environments, caring for disabled family members or simply needing to let off steam joined Halleck Creek Ranch’s newest program, Flying Changes, on Monday for one of six sessions they will attend over as many weeks. Two of the participants have children in programs at the ranch;...

Goats brought in to clear out non-natives

01/22/2015
SEASHORE: On Tuesday, goats from Tracy, Calif. began grazing on 12 overgrown acres at D Ranch, where invasives that cows willl not eat—radish, poison hemlock, thistle—are choking defunct ranch lands. The goats will graze for about two weeks; then the Point Reyes National Seashore, which brought in the animals, will...

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