Whether you’re seeking a pediatrician in San
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.
ONE YOU, 9 LOCATIONS
CARING FOR MARIN
Novato Community Hospital
Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation
Saturday, January 11 | Marin
FREE WEIGHT LOSS SEMINAR
The Circle by Dave Eggers, Knopf/
McSweeney’s Books, 491 pages, $27.95.
Interested in a contrarian view of
social media’s future? This is your
book. The Circle is a Facebook-like
corporation, only more intrusive (if
that’s possible); “Sharing is Caring”
is the mantra. The book is being compared to George
Orwell’s 1984 as a dystopian novel.
It’s Your Fault: My
Practical Classics: 50
Journey Through Back
Pain, a Teenager and Self-
Discovery by Wendy Coblentz,
Mill City Press, 130 pages, $13.95.
The Mill Valley author’s “seriously”
funny memoir about a yoga class
injury that lasted eight years and her teen’s times
with trouble. Takes place throughout the Bay Area.
Reasons to Reread 50
Books You Haven’t
Touched Since High School
by Kevin Smokler, Prometheus Books,
303 pages, $18. A clever concept:
concise reviews of the great ones,
including Slaughterhouse Five, Pride and Prejudice
and Cannery Row, and why you should now give
them a second read.
Down by the Bay: San
Between the Tides by Matthew
Morse Booker, University of California
Press, 190 pages, $29.95. The
environmental history of North
America’s largest estuary and how
it has endured one of the continent’s densest cases
of urban development. Meticulous research with
extensive footnotes and bibliography.
Seeing Red: A Women’s
Quest for Truth, Power and
the Sacred by Lone Morch, She
Writes Press, 202 pages, $16.95.
Sausalito author’s intimate memoir
takes readers from Denmark to Tibet
and back to California. Says one
reviewer: “Her feminine search for personal truth and
power is enlightening and heart wrenching.” JIM WOOD