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a oeBittersweeta : Marina s winter homeless shelter begins final season
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 17, 2017 02:13:48
On a cold and rainy night, he was one of 38 men and 20 women who were housed thanks to Marin's rotating emergency shelter program, known as REST. The program kicked off its 10th season on Nov. 1. Organizers, however, have announced this will be i..
Guitarist Steve Kimock explores sound, melody on a Satellite Citya
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 16, 2017 21:30:03
This week: "Satellite City," Steve Kimock, independent, ,, download $9.49, CD $11.99, vinyl, $17.99. Participate: If you or your band are from Marin with an album or EP to be reviewed, send a CD and contact info to Press Play, 4..
Ross Valley Playersa play, aerial dance performance are best bets
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 16, 2017 14:13:16
Something has gone awry. In the Ross Valley Players' latest production, "The Game's Afoot," Broadway star William Gillette invites his fellow cast members to his Connecticut castle for a weekend of revelry...
a Mad Mena creator Matthew Weiner speaks on new novel, denies sexual harassment allegations
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 16, 2017 09:22:20
In season after season of the award-winning 1960s-era advertising world TV drama "Mad Men," its creator Matthew Weiner found ways to depict in bold canvas the harsh sexual inequities faced by women in the workplace of the times. Now, more than two ye..
San Rafael walk raises awareness for people in need
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 16, 2017 04:47:21
St. Raphael School students and church parishioners marched with members of St. Vincent de Paul Society of Marin Wednesday to show solidarity with people in need in San Rafael. The "Walk for the Poor" event was a 30-minute stroll around the downtown ..
Sonoma, Napa fire victims to get SMART passes
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 16, 2017 02:32:26
Two rail passes designed to help those hit hard by the North Bay fires were approved Wednesday by the SMART Board of Directors. Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit itself was a victim of the fires, which closed two of its stations...
Letter writer: San Rafael marketplace should not be for a richa people
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 15, 2017 21:50:41
As a longtime resident, I know we have a great variety of shops and restaurants on our small strip of town. I always feel these developers think we're some huge city that we're not and lose sight of what we really are - a small town with real..
Larkspur parking spaces lost as SMART moves in
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 15, 2017 11:59:00
As work continues to bring commuter rail south from San Rafael, a portion of a parking area for Larkspur ferry patrons will be permanently closed Wednesday. That will result in the loss of about 300 spaces...
In Your Town for Nov. 15, 2017
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 15, 2017 07:16:57
The Marin County coroner's office has identified a big-rig driver killed on Highway 101 last week as Eric James Curtis, 49, of Santa Rosa. The crash occurred at about 10 p.m. Nov. 8 in the northbound lanes near the Marin County Civic Center...
San Anselmoa s San Domenico School lets go of Catholic accreditation
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 15, 2017 02:36:05
San Domenico School in San Anselmo is dropping its affiliation with a regional Catholic schools accreditation agency and will no longer be recognized as a Catholic school by the Archdiocese of San Francisco, officials announced this week. The decisio..
Live updates: Marin supervisors afternoon session,
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 14, 2017 14:20:52
For the afternoon session of Tuesday's Marin Board of Supervisors meeting the board will consider the medicinal cannabis delivery ordinance and make a decision on a proposal to buy San Geronimo Golf Course. The afternoon session at the Civic Cent..
Editorial: Success! California's first-in-the-nation plastic bag ban works
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 14, 2017 07:25:47
Nov 1, 2016 - Jorge Espinosa, is active in the community and says that the conversion to paper bags from plastic ones is needed but will likely increase his operating costs. Nov 1, 2016 - El Taquito #2 owner, Jorge Espinosa, is active in the communit..
Santa Venetia parking ban causes friction
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 14, 2017 03:00:50
The new owners of the Northgate mall are soliciting ideas about what changes residents would like to see at the mall. Wayne Lechner, a member of the Santa Venetia Neighborhood Association, was doing his best to translate into Spanish and keep up with..
Dog that lost its tail from too much wagging finds a home
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 13, 2017 22:12:35
Buster's tail-wagging earned him the unofficial title of "happiest dog in Scotland." The dog's tail had to be amputated due to too much wagging...
Vionic Opens First California Retail Space in Westfield San Francisco Centre
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 13, 2017 10:49:19
SAN RAFAEL, Calif: On November 2nd Vionic footwear will debut its first pop-up shop in the heart of San Francisco's shopping district in the Westfield San Francisco Centre. The shop will be open through April '18 and will carry the complete l..
Marin contractor sentenced in teen rape sting
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 13, 2017 01:59:47
Kunst, 54, a prominent Marin County contractor, was sentenced Nov. 6 for attempted statutory rape. He received a 120-day sentence for the crime, which stemmed from a sting operation that did not involve an actual child prostitute...
San Rafael couple facing anxious winter under landslide threat
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 12, 2017 21:21:51
For 16 years, Stacy and Vince Clark and their two children enjoyed a more or less idyllic lifestyle in the Bret Harte neighborhood of San Rafael, tucked in against the hillside and removed from the bustle of downtown and the light industrial district..
Marin IJ Editorial: San Rafael should take the initiative
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 12, 2017 21:21:50
San Rafael City Hall is getting pressure to implement district elections, where four - or five - council seats are elected from geographic districts. The Southwest Voter Registration Education Project, a national organization formed to promote Latino..
San Rafael commission upholds West End brewpub permit
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 12, 2017 05:39:43
After a robust and passionate two-hour hearing, the San Rafael Planning Commission voted unanimously to deny a neighbor's appeal of a use permit for a proposed brewpub at 1848 Fourth St. The 6-0 vote Tuesday by the commissioners upholds the use p..
Metallicaa s Hetfield offers more Lucas Valley land; building plans uncertain
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 12, 2017 03:29:25
Metallica's James Hetfield has demonstrated interest in building on his land, but so far has not filed a firm proposal with the county. Metallica co-founder James Hetfield and his wife Francesca are offering to dedicate another 240 acres of their..
Huffman announces hea s a humanist
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 11, 2017 01:09:56
WASHINGTON >> For years, as he rose from California state government to Congress, Jared Huffman felt justified - even a bit smug, perhaps - when he'd decline to answer questionnaires about his religious beliefs. He'd always put one form..
Former Tiburon family takes stock after North Bay fire destroys home
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 10, 2017 20:31:49
Charlotte Doyle lived in Tiburon for 20 years. In June 2015, she and her husband, Jon, decided to move their family of four up to the Sonoma Wine Country to live a "farm life" on some acreage...
San Rafael sewer district manager placed on leave following comment
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 10, 2017 04:11:07
The general manager of the Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District was sent home and placed on leave Wednesday morning after making a remark to a district employee that the employee interpreted as a threat. A week ago, the district's board voted to..
Tommy Castro knows the way to San Jose on a Stompina Grounda
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 10, 2017 01:54:18
Marin bluesman Tommy Castro waxes nostalgic about growing up in small town San Jose on "Stompin' Ground," his new album with his band, the Painkillers. On the bluesy original ballad "My Old Neighborhood," he looks back on a simpler time when he c..
Musical teens needed for IJa s Lobby Lounge
Source: Mill Valley News | Nov 09, 2017 20:58:26
We've just begun our third season of the IJ's video concert series for young Marin musicians. And if this season is anywhere near as amazing as the first two, then we're all in for some good times because this county has some incredibly t..