addition to learning how to be better. JENNIFER
RINGE WALD, NE W YORK, N. Y.
Greetings Jim Wood. I have long subscribed
to and enjoyed Marin Magazine. I generally
agree with your opinion on guns, expressed
in the February 2013 editorial (“What Can Be
Done?”). I am also very sad that most pundits
conclude that Sen. Feinstein’s proposed remedial legislation hasn’t a chance of passage.
What kind of a nation would voluntarily cede
control of such an important public health
matter to a manufacturer’s lobbying organization? ED BOYCE, SAN RAFAEL
ONE YOU, 9 LOCATIONS CARING FOR MARIN
You’ve Got Mail
In the April issue we showed images of Marin
mailboxes (“To the Letter”) and asked readers
to send in some of their own. This photo was
submitted by Bob Canepa of Mill Valley and
shows him by his mailbox with his grandkids
Sean and Sophie.
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Rafael, breast surgeon in Greenbrae, psychiatrist
in Corte Madera, urgent care in Terra Linda
or award-winning joint replacement at Novato
Community Hospital, Sutter Health’s medical
network covers Marin County. Expert care, right
in your back yard – it’s another way we plus you.
Stay on Target
Your March cover put me over the top and
impelled me to express my disappointment.
Marin Magazine ’s evolving formula — a few
Marin-centric articles, a fashion-oriented
feature and a “travel destinations for the rich”
segment — detracts from what makes Marin
Magazine distinctive. If I want fashion there
are dozens of magazines available; same with
travel. This is a magazine about Marin. Please
stay on target. LAURIE DURNELL, VIA EMAIL
Novato Community Hospital
Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation
I just wanted to say that I thoroughly enjoy my
Marin Magazine each month cover-to-cover.