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Marin Eats: Short Ribs, Rabbit Two Ways and Hilltop 1892

Do the shuffle: Management and chef changes in Marin translate into new experiences for customers. Sometimes that means what’s old is new, as well as the chance for one noted chef to return and cook in his hometown. The views are good in Novato at Hilltop 1892, which has been a hot spot since way back when.

Marin Eats: Texas Brisket, Danish Breakfast & Pizza

Ownership and address changes in Marin mean new dining experiences, with scores of meaty treats at a BBQ outpost that has Texas brisket, cheese bread, baby back ribs and a righteously good happy hour. In Corte Madera, the dining scene has an updated source for big Danish breakfast and lunch fare.

Three Reasons to Cross The Golden Gate Bridge

Get out and enjoy what nature has to offer under the guidance of ranger and photographer Craig Solin who is leading Macro Photography at Stafford Lake on Saturday. The short photo hike is the perfect opportunity to learn about the beauty of the Bay while picking up new photography tricks.

A Perfect Post-Holiday 20-Mile Bike Ride: SF to Tiburon

Like most of us, the week between Christmas and New Years is spent eating cookies, lounging on the couch, watching movies, and drinking a lot. You know, having fun! But it’s probably time to get moving. 

Here’s a perfect post-holiday bike ride to pedal off the pounds and take in some of the Bay Area’s most gorgeous scenery. This 20-mile ride is filled with ocean vistas, rolling hills and a lovely ferry ride back. And don’t worry, if the ferry isn’t coming for a bit, you can always grab a Bloody Mary or ice cream in Tiburon. Hey, no need to give up the holidays that fast. It’s not even New Years yet.

Washed Ashore: A Community Art Project Floods The Marine Mammal Center

To make an impact, "It's gotta be big." Words of truth spoken by artist Angela Haseltine Pozzi, whose latest environmental art project is on display at the Marine Mammal Center. Larger than life jellyfish, turtles, seals, fish, squid, and oil spills overlook the Pacific ocean from which they were inspired, and salvaged.

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