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04/03/2014
Además de trabajo, alimentación y descanso, los seres humanos necesitamos de otras actividades de distracción y ocio para llevar una existencia más equilibrada y completa. A través de la historia hasta la actualidad, las civilizaciones conocidas han tenido y tienen actividades de diversión y esparcimiento, así muchas se vean ahora...

Waldorf families, their program cut, discuss home cooperative

04/03/2014
A week after the Lagunitas School District’s trustees voted to terminate the decade-old Waldorf-Inspired program, parents are investigating the feasibility of starting a homeschooling cooperative. But plans are nascent. Parents, who went into last week’s meeting thinking just one of their program’s three teachers might be cut, are still absorbing...

County extends ACA enrollment

04/03/2014
County health workers are assisting those who started but didn’t finish enrollment in Covered California. Anyone who created an online account and started the application is eligible to receive assistance in finishing the process, to be completed by April 15. Certified enrollment counselors, county eligibility workers, certified insurance agents and...

Poll workers needed locally

04/03/2014
After several longtime poll workers retired this year, the Marin County Elections Office announced an urgent need for volunteers at the Inverness and Stinson Beach polling places during the June 3 primary election. The elections office holds paid training classes before the election and pays a stipend for election-day work...

Straus on love and agriculture

04/03/2014
Vivien Straus is unabashedly reflective—especially when it comes to her love life, says Michael Straus, her brother and publicist for her new one-woman play, “E-i-E-i-OY! In Bed with the Farmer’s Daughter,” opening this Friday, April 4 in San Francisco. Ms. Straus, whose father started the dairy that became Straus Family...

Beach cleaning benefit on Sunday

04/03/2014
In 1987, Hallie Austen Iglehart was horrified to read an article in the Light about the massive impact human trash has on sea creatures: up to one million seabirds and another 100,000 marine mammals and sea turtles die each year from ingesting plastic, the Monterey Bay Aquarium estimates. In response,...

BioBlitz festival visits wetlands

04/03/2014
A broad expanse of gumplant, a hip-high bush bearing leathery green leaves, has not yet sprung its resin-topped flowers at the Giacomini Wetlands. But last Friday, a wetland biologist had no problem explaining what would happen come summer. “It oozes like glue, like Elmer’s Glue,” said John Callaway, a professor...

Stinson school seeks to fill gap

04/03/2014
The Stinson Beach Preschool will hold its annual dinner, dance and silent auction this Saturday night from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Stinson Beach Community Center. It hopes to raise $20,000 for this year’s budget, particularly important for keeping tuition costs “as low as we can,” said Susan Tacherra,...

Missing man’s car found in dropoff

04/03/2014
After nearly a month-long search for a missing 93-year-old man that included an Oakland helicopter swooping over Nicasio, a San Rafael patrol boat scanning the Marin coastline, another boat searching the Corte Madera Creek and a search and rescue team retracing the steps of Robert Leslie Davis, the man’s car...

Fungus gnat joins small genus

04/03/2014
A new species of fungus gnat discovered near Limantour Road in the Point Reyes National Seashore might be part of the genus Megophthalmidia, which contained just a single species until a scientist for the California Department of Food and Agriculture announced the discovery of it and seven others this month...

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