WE KICK OFF our March issue features with a look at sporty spring fash- ion. This time we’ve got locally purveyed stylish
outfits and separates that are as perfect for
heading to your workout as they are for going
out after. From sunglasses to shoes to swimwear, we showcase the hot looks you’ll want to
see and be seen in.
Next we have a first-person account of what
it’s like to immigrate to the U. S. at age 9 to
finally meet up with your parents who have
already crossed the border. Growing up in
racially mixed San Rafael was often disorienting, but the story’s author eventually found his
calling as a poet and now asks Marin residents
to carefully consider the fates of all those who
live in the county.
In Subcultures we speak with people who
like to fly like a bird in the sky. No, they aren’t
superheroes; they’re hang gliders. The Marin
County enthusiasts’ group has more than
130 members, and many often take off from
Mount Tam and land at Stinson Beach.
And for younger adventurers, area summer
camps have a wide range of activities to keep
any kid busy. Check out our list of more than
It’s a big issue, perfectly suited to leisurely
reading as the days grow longer, and mean-
while getting you ready to put on your coolest
spring outfit and head outside.
Daniel Jewett, Managing Editor
IT’S A SPRING THING
We found the ideal model
to try out the season’s new
styles and bring them to life.
She did so well that we wound
up with more photos than
we could fit in the magazine.
To see all the looks and find
out where you can get them,
go to marinmagazine.com/