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Chiropractic clinic at Bolinas Community Center in April

04/10/2014
Chiropractor Colleen Lindstrom is offering low-cost clinics every Monday in April at the Bolinas Community Center. Ms. Lindstrom specializes in pregnancy, pediatric and family care, and posters advertising her clinics (from 3 to 5 p.m. at a fee of $25 for children and $55 for adults) quote toddlers saying, “I...

Car Accidents West Marin

04/03/2014
Monday’s rains contributed to at least two vehicle accidents along the coast. After receiving a report of a car in a ditch, emergency personnel drove to Marshall before turning around and later finding the Mercedes, sans driver, just before Point Reyes Vineyards. The same day another car flipped over between...

Horse Whisperer visits Nicasio

11/21/2012
Buck Brannaman, also known as the “Horse Whisperer,” held a clinic for ornery horses and their owners at Halleck Creek Ranch in Nicasio last Friday. His message to equine lovers was stern. A horse’s bad behavior is probably your fault, and due to a lack of respect. Raise them like...

Parks and open space measure passes

11/08/2012
Bob Berner of Marin Agricultural Land Trust celebrated Tuesday’s victory for parks and open space after Measure A passed with over 73 percent of votes. The quarter-cent sales tax is expected to raise $10 million over the coming nine years. Opponents argued it would unfairly burden low-income residents.

West Marin Food and Farm Tours begin

11/01/2012
Elizabeth Hill began offering weekend food tours of eateries in West Marin after taking a drive last spring with some friends from culinary school. Through her new business, West Marin Food and Farm Tours, Ms. Hill ferries food lovers to Marin Sun Farms, Cowgirl Creamery, Point Reyes Vineyards, Table Top...

Robert Reich speaks at the Dance Palace

10/25/2012
Robert Reich, who served as the secretary of labor under the Clinton administration and is a professor of public policy at the University of California, Berkeley, has recently moved to Inverness. On Sunday he spoke at the Dance Palace about the importance of sustained economic growth and the buying power...

Singing Chef

10/11/2012
Christina Waldeck, who calls herself the “Singing Chef,” dedicated her mid-morning barn performance at last Saturday’s farmers’ market to food writer Calvin Trillin, her former neighbor, and raised funds (for the market) in between segments of her cooking demonstration—a fish stew prepared in stages so that vegetarians and even vegans...

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