WE KICK OFF features and 2019 with a fun, furry feature — this month, our magazine has truly gone to the dogs. A Facebook
post generated tons of response from
Marinites who were clearly game to describe
their relationship with their canines and pose
for photos with them. Photographer Tristan
Davison captured the charming results.
Next up, and firmly in the spirit of feeling
new, we have a story by Allison Quistgard
Scherer on the five habits of people who age
well. From telomeres to blue zones, we break
down the buzz words and let you know what
you can do to be healthier this year.
We wrap up features with a story by Calin
Van Paris about four local recently wed couples and the details of their weddings. You’ll
hear about first dates, proposals and the big
day itself; future grooms and brides may find
inspiration in the photos and creative themes.
Also in this issue, we’ve got tips for making sure those New Year’s resolutions stick, a
sneak peek at this year’s resort fashion and a
Q&A with popular sports anchor Vern Glenn.
We also talk to Nic and David Sheff about
what it’s like to see your true story of addiction played out on the big screen in the movie
Beautiful Boy. And in Appellations, along
with the latest on wine and spirits, we meet
three couples who’ve decided to make and sell
bottlings of their own.
With 2019 already well underway, we
hope you’re inspired by these many stories
of fresh beginnings and healthful restarts.
Meanwhile, we’ll see you at the dog park.
Daniel Jewett, Managing Editor
ONE FOR THE CAT PEOPLE
You might notice a lot of dog-themed
content in this issue — from features
to contributors to the editor’s note.
But while everyone here at Marin
Magazine loves dogs, we also have
a few feline-fans on staff. To balance
out the puppy love, I’ve included a
few shots of my eight-month-old
kittens, Maple and Holly. They are
sisters named by my niece and are
the offspring of a now-thriving cat
my sister rescued. And now back
to the dogs.
We break down the buzzwords
and let you know what you can do to
be healthier this year.