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Nature Notebook, April 5, 2018

04/05/2018
April, named by the Romans from the Latin words “to open,” perhaps alluding to a time of blooming, brings a set of somewhat overlapping meteor showers. In the next week, the Lyrid meteor showers will be active, from April 16 to 25. They may be seen in the late-night eastern...

Honoring complexity and balance

04/05/2018
We humans are fascinatingly complex beings. Our physical and mental health and vitality are the manifestation of complex physiological processes, lived experiences, socio-cultural inputs and contexts. We are social creatures, evolved to be in community with other humans. We are natural beings, evolutionarily drawn to be in connection with life-sustaining...

Three coastal Marin artists at Bolinas Museum

04/05/2018
Three exhibitions featuring longtime coastal Marin residents, Pasty Krebs of Inverness and Sean Thackery and Harriet Kossman of Bolinas, open at the Bolinas Museum on April 7. Two of the exhibitions explore quiet nuances of color and light, while the third bursts with diverse textures and mediums. In the main...

Art Rogers Family Album, April 5, 2018

04/05/2018
Baby of the Week “Baby Boom” MAGNOLIA JANE WATTERSON — BORN FEBRUARY 2, 2017 Daughter of Ilie and Jeremiah Watterson and little sister to Taylor, Finian, and Riley of Inverness Park. Granddaughter of Peggy Day of Point Reyes Station and the late Jeffrey Nixdorf of Albuquerque, New Mexico and Stacy...

CC Café: A third space

03/29/2018
West Marin’s easygoing entrepreneur wants you to find that sweet spot between work and home, all while enjoying a carefully brewed cup of coffee. Inverness’s Miguel Kuntz, who founded the weekly themed film series at Ink Paper Plate and previously worked with Wild West Ferments, recently established the CC Café:...

Tom Taylor, veteran, dies at 82

03/29/2018
Tom Taylor, a decorated veteran who would pin his Purple Heart onto racing shirts while competing in triathlons into his 80s, died on Oct. 1, 2017 at the VA Medical Center in San Francisco. He was 82 years old. Tom and Pamela, his wife of 49 years, moved to Inverness,...

School districts weigh in on gun control measures

03/29/2018
The Marin County Board of Education passed a gun control resolution this month and local districts have followed suit, sending letters to federal and state elected officials urging the immediate passage of stricter gun laws. The resolution cites the nearly 300 school shootings in the United States since 2013 and...

Here for the kids

03/29/2018
On behalf of the board of trustees of the Shoreline Unified School District, I would like to address the rumors regarding the item on the agenda for closed session of the March 15, 2018 board meeting related to the evaluation of Principal Matt Nagle. We know the best way to...

Nature Notebook, March 29, 2018

03/22/2018
Following the vernal equinox of March 20 comes the second full moon of the month—a “blue moon”—on Saturday, March 31. In between is a week of afternoon minus tides for beachcombing. The brilliant star now appearing in the northwest sky is Venus. Gray whales are moving north and Northern elephant...

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