Pamela Price, a candidate for the open seat in 15th Assembly District, recently spoke with members of the Marin African-American Professional Network (MAAPN). The talk was earlier this month at the Embassy Suite Hotel in [...]
Marin Theater Company held a Marin City Day on Sunday, May 4, as part of an educational outreach program. Tickets for 120 residents, with transportation and dinner, were provided to local residents to see “Fences,” [...]
The Hannah Project will host its 2nd Annual Mother’s Day Brunch and Awards Celebration on May 10 at the Hannah Gallery, 170 Donahue Street. Doors open at 10am.
Olympic Cycling Legend Nelson Vails is coming to Marin on Saturday, April 12th to host the Bay Area premiere of his documentary, Cheetah, The Nelson Vails Story.Vail’s interest in cycling grew while growing up in [...]
By popular demand, a second meeting about Marin County’s Climate Action Plan has been added by the County Community Development Agency (CDA) staff.In addition to the meeting at 6 p.m. Monday, April 14, at the [...]
The 2014 Marin Women’s Hall of Fame was hosted last week at the Peacock Gap Golf Club, 333 Biscayne Dr. in San Rafael. More than 350 women attended the induction ceremony to honor five women [...]
The face of leadership is changing. More African American women are being represented in the political arena. They manage communications for state leaders, represent politicians in the State Assembly, and play a big role in [...]
Former Oakland A’s Pitcher Mike Norris is invested in promoting positive values and education. He released a new educational calendar that’s aimed at helping children learn subjects such as Math, Science, English, and Nutrition.
Performing Stars is presenting a Women’s History Month Celebration where teenage girls will meet professional career women at a reception Saturday, March 22 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.Registration begins at 10:30 a.m. The reception [...]
Litigation concerning the county’s General Assistance (GA) program filed by the Public Interest Law Project concluded with a judge’s reduction of requested attorney fees from $2.4 million to $423,573, or by 83 percent.