IT’S ONE OF our favorite times of the year. The issue where we tip our hat o the greatest the county has to offer in everything from burgers, cocktails and salons to florists, parks and
trails. In our “Best of the County” feature
you’ll discover flavors and experiences you
won’t want to miss.
We also present the second installment of
our “Science of Aging” feature, by writer Ann
Wycoff. The piece explains what the latest
research, much of it being conducted right
here in the Bay Area, is telling us about how
to prevent cognitive decline, optimize digestive health and much more. If you are going
to live longer, you want to age well, and we’ve
got tips to help you do just that.
Speaking of aging well, we’ve got a look
at five Marin businesses that have thrived
over multiple generations. What’s the secret
to long-term success? Writer Carrie Kirby
Up front we’ve got a look at flora and fauna
exclusive to Marin County, a new location for
a famous piece of recording equipment, the
numbers on water rescues, and all you need
to know about the renaming of the former
We tip our
hat to the
county has to
Waldo Tunnel — along with a moving tribute
to Robin Williams. Plus, we introduce you to
the future of music sales in Mill Valley and a
Tiburon man with an impressive collection
of 1930s memorabilia.
In Destinations it’s all about Hawaii.
Learn about what to expect from the Hawaii
Food and Wine Festival, held this month and
next, and how to live the luxe life in Oahu.
We hope you enjoy the issue and squeeze
all the fun you can from the last days of summer. And if you’re out and about at any of the
top-notch Marin eateries, shops or parks we
wrote about, be sure and say hi. We plan to
hit as many as we can for seconds.
Marin Magazine Staff Editors
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