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MARIN MAGAZINE ROCKS! For this fall’s fashion feature we decided to pick up on the hot retro trend and o the whole shoot at Mill
Valley’s Sweetwater Music Hall. The creative
staff had a blast playing rock star for a day
(you might even see our own Dan Jewett
wielding his guitar in one of the shots) and
we hope the looks will inspire a tuneful revolution in your own wardrobe.
For those of us who will never be rock
stars, it might be a smart move to think about
had a blast
star for a day
and we hope
the looks will
ROCK ’N’ ROLL FANTASY
It was a full day of work at Mill Valley’s
Sweetwater Music Hall getting the shots for
our 2015 fall fashion piece. Photographer
Claudia Goetzelmann worked her magic with
model Lolly under the direction of Fashion
Editor Veronica Sooley. Elizabeth Chang
did hair and makeup; while staffers Kasia
Pawlowska and Laurel McCaull provided
support. Dan and Yuri Jewett played the
stand-in band (and provided the instruments).
college instead. But how do today’s kids
get into the school of their choice? Writer
Samantha Parent Walravens takes a look at
the stresses of the college application process
and points parents toward remedies and
resources that can help.
In another educational vein, we proudly
present our 2015 Private School Guide. It’s got
the wisdom and information you need to make
informed school choices for your family.
Meanwhile, just in time for the annual
Sausalito floating homes tour, we visit four
fabulous waterfront abodes and the folks
who live there.
Up front we take a look at beautiful beaches
and food delivery done differently, and we intro-
duce you to a local children’s author, the folks
behind EO Products and a Bay Model ranger.
You’ll also get the rundown on state parks offer-
ing equal recreation opportunity for all.
In Destinations we explore culinary
Hawaii, this time presenting four local
experts’ own personal “must-try” restaurant
selections. Then we check in with Laurie
McAndish King on safari in Botswana, who
does everything she can to stay off the menu.
It’s a big issue, and we hope you dive in and
have fun exploring this wonderful county with
us. And if we see you out and about, here’s to
truly rockin’ that new look.
Marin Magazine Staff Editors
Above, from left:
Mimi Towle, Nikki Wood,