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Marin rockers don't shy from 'dad band' label
Source: Corte Madera | Oct 15, 2018 02:07:18
When the expensive cars rolled up to the Presidio Yacht Club to unload instruments, it was clear there was something different about the Stick Shifts . These guys weren't just moonlighting execs who threw together a "dad band," they were really t..
Sonia Orbuch, Bay Area woman who fought Nazis as a girl, dies...
Source: Corte Madera | Oct 10, 2018 20:08:32
She was 93. In her later years, Orbuch was an author and gave public talks about her life during the war. "She deeply touched young people in particular, teens who were the same age as Sonia when she fled to the forest and fought back," Fred Rosenbau..
Flores Bringing Fresh Tortillas and Margaritas to Marin County
Source: Corte Madera | Oct 04, 2018 07:36:35
Corte Madera is getting a much-needed infusion of traditional yet upscale Mexican food later this month. Cow Hollow's Flores is expanding with a second location in Corte Madera Town Center...
California DMV Issues Warning About Unofficial Website Fees
Source: Corte Madera | Oct 03, 2018 05:22:56
A sign is posted in front of a California Department of Motor Vehicles office on May 9, 2017 in Corte Madera, California. The California Department of Motor Vehicles is being accused in a federal lawsuit of violating voter federal "motor voter" law w..
Larkspur's Rose Bowl drew thousands of dancers
Source: Corte Madera | Oct 02, 2018 04:41:49
The decades-long popularity of Larkspur's Rose Bowl Dances is unique in California, if not, the nation's history. The dances began as an annual fundraiser for the Larkspur Volunteer Fire Department in the first decade of the 20th century...
Please take your stress off the road
Source: Corte Madera | Oct 02, 2018 02:36:47
Flags at a crosswalk on Tamalpais Drive in Corte Madera are intended to make pedestrians, especially children, more visible in traffic. I get it...
Singing the praises of Larkspur at 110
Source: Corte Madera | Sep 30, 2018 20:22:08
Ten years ago during planning for Larkspur's Centennial festivities, resident Brenda McCown approached Larkspur's most famous songwriter about writing a song to celebrate the town. Elmo Shropshire , the composer of the classic "Grandma Got Ru..
17 charged in Apple store thefts across California
Source: Corte Madera | Sep 28, 2018 01:51:19
California's attorney general said 17 people have been charged in connection to a string of brazen robberies of more than $1 million in electronics from Apple stores throughout the state. Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced Thursday officia..
Entrepreneur cooks up high-protein, plant-based snacks
Source: Corte Madera | Sep 25, 2018 21:44:14
The options for a fuel-filled bar on the go are staggering for both the recreational snacker and hardcore athlete. But what Terra Linda resident Mark Samuel found was what that there aren't many brands "specifically focused on great-tasting prote..
Hollywood trailblazer: San Rafael resident one of the first female scriptwriters
Source: Corte Madera | Sep 22, 2018 20:20:17
Working in Hollywood in the early 1960s, Rita Lakin was used to being the only woman in the room. The San Rafael resident made a name for herself in the male-dominated world of television for 25 years...
Marin unemployment rate 2.4 percent in August
Source: Corte Madera | Sep 22, 2018 00:19:01
Marin County's unemployment rate was 2.4 percent in August, making Marin the county with the second-lowest rate in the state, according to the state Employment Development Department. Marin's jobless rate was down from a revised 2.5 percent i..
From Bob Woodward's 'Fear' to 'Fire and Fury,' why bother? Just read a newspaper.
Source: Corte Madera | Sep 20, 2018 01:48:20
The newly released book "Fear" by Bob Woodward is displayed at Book Passage on September 11, 2018 in Corte Madera, Calif. The newly released book "Fear" by Bob Woodward is displayed at Book Passage on September 11, 2018 in Corte Madera, Calif...
Three Suspects Sought In T-Mobile Store Robbery
Source: Corte Madera | Sep 18, 2018 18:34:02
Three suspects are being sought for the theft of approximately $6,000 worth of cell phones, tablets and other devices Monday night from a T-Mobile store in Concord's Park 'N' Shop shopping center, police said. Concord police Lt...
Editorial: San Rafael needs to start that affordable housing conversation
Source: Corte Madera | Sep 17, 2018 20:32:57
There's a growing need for senior assisted-living housing in Marin and plans to build a 77-unit complex at a busy corner in downtown San Rafael will help address that need, even for high-end housing. Critics of the proposal are also right; the lo..
From 'Fire and Fury' to 'Fear': 4 books that rocked the Trump White House
Source: Corte Madera | Sep 17, 2018 05:15:26
The newly released book "Fear" by Bob Woodward is displayed at Book Passage on September 11, 2018 in Corte Madera, Calif. The new book "Fear" by Bob Woodward about the Trump administration hit store shelves today...
Public-private partnerships shape next-gen Corte Madera
Source: Corte Madera | Sep 16, 2018 20:45:26
The most successful organizations are those that evolve ahead of the times. Recent collaboration between Corte Madera's public and private citizens has led to several successful projects...
Nugget Markets, COM launch organic cooking classes at new Novato campus kitchen
Source: Corte Madera | Sep 16, 2018 03:22:43
Guest chef Mei Ibach teaches a cooking class at the new demonstration kitchen at the College of Marin, Indian Valley Campus in Novato. The college is offering a new culinary skills and hospitality careers program...
Pot advocates, foes square off in Corte Madera
Source: Corte Madera | Sep 14, 2018 02:18:25
Town planners in Corte Madera say they hope to create regulations for cannabis cultivation and businesses, including dispensaries, by early next year and are now soliciting input from community members. Corte Madera residents and officials this week ..
Live updates: Corte Madera cannabis workshop, 6 p.m.
Source: Corte Madera | Sep 12, 2018 21:31:23
At a public workshop scheduled for 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Corte Madera Town Hall, 300 Tamalpais Drive, community members will have an opportunity to weigh in on new regulations that would govern marijuana businesses and cultivation in Corte Madera. ..
Downtown San Rafael elder care center wins OK at hearing
Source: Corte Madera | Sep 06, 2018 04:41:53
A rendering of an assisted-living housing on the corner of Mission and Lincoln avenues in San Rafael. The property is located at 800 Mission Ave. After an hour of debate and public comment, the San Rafael City Council voted unanimously this week to d..
Delivery update: Tuesdaya s IJ
Source: Corte Madera | Sep 04, 2018 14:54:20
Due to press issues, Tuesday's home delivery of the Marin Independent Journal newspaper may be later than usual in some areas...
Larkspur's seasoned crossing guards rule the road
Source: Corte Madera | Sep 03, 2018 07:41:10
Overwhelming forces converge on Doherty Drive every weekday around 8 a.m. - frenzied commuters, teenage drivers, buses, bikes and pedestrians all fight the glaring morning sunshine for a spot on one of Larkspur's busiest streets. These factors ma..
Former TV show host McConnell survived a close call last Father's Day
Source: Corte Madera | Sep 03, 2018 03:19:24
A YEAR AGO ON Father's Day, Doug McConnell, well known as the former host of the long-running "Bay Area Backroads" television program, planned to spend time with his eldest son, Nicholas. On that day McConnell, a Corte Madera resident since 1986,..
Police are searching for four suspects who stole electronics from the ...
Source: Corte Madera | Sep 01, 2018 03:49:57
Groups of men with hoods over their heads are making off with tens of thousands of dollars in products from Apple stores in the Bay Area, but what is unclear is why the company can't render the devices worthless. Can't Apple track down the ph.., Marina s first literary e-zine
Source: Corte Madera | Aug 30, 2018 21:29:05
JOHN KING, a Tamalpais Valley computer consultant, has just posted the second installment of , an online literary quarterly he founded, dedicating it to literary talent from California, the Bay Area, but first and foremost from Mari..
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