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Top 3 Tuesday: Saturday Afternoon Escapes

Less than an hour from home, but a world away from daily life, these destinations are the perfect escape for a Saturday afternoon. When you don’t have time to get out of town, be a tourist in your own backyard! … Continue reading

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Top 3 Tuesday: Fine Dining in Marin

Here are 3 of my favorites for an unforgettable food and dining experience in Marin: 1) Marché aux Fleurs, Ross 2) Picco, Larkspur 3) Molina, Mill Valley     Photos: https://www.google.com/maps/uv?hl=en&pb…… https://www.google.com/maps/uv?hl=en&pb=!1…. https://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/molina-restaurant-mill-valley?select=42O6sFEMWyQKgB8EBdi3Sw  

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Top 3 Tuesday: Spring Hikes in Marin

  1. Mount Baldy (Bald Hill) 2. Tomales Point, Pt. Reyes 3. Coastal Trail, Marin Headlands

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Top 3 Tuesday: Art Galleries in Marin

There is no need to venture all the way to San Francisco to enjoy fantastic art. Consider visiting one of these great Marin art galleries. 1. Seager/Gray Gallery, Mill Valley 2. Sam the Butcher, Ross 3. Robert Green Fine Arts, Mill Valley … Continue reading

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Top 3 Tuesday: International Women’s Day

As the mother of 3 daughters, the education and empowerment of young women is a cause that is close to my heart. In honor of International Women’s Day, Top 3 Tuesday features 3 women changing the lives of women globally. … Continue reading

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San Francisco ranks No. 1 in U.S. for quality of life, study says

A new study from human resources consulting firm Mercer has found that out of 230 metro areas studied, San Francisco has the highest quality of life for any American city. To create the study, Mercer evaluated 230 metros based on … Continue reading

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This Building Is Poised to Be the Hottest Address in San Francisco

Designer Ken Fulk talks about his latest project and gives T&C an exclusive look at the interior. (by SAM DANGREMOND) “San Francisco is my adopted home,” says interior decorator Ken Fulk, who’s lived in the city for 20 years. “I … Continue reading

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Top 3 Tuesday: Coffee Shops in Marin

It’s Top 3 Tuesday! Here are my 3 favorite spots to enjoy a latte in Marin! 1. Equator Coffee & Tea   2. Cibo 3. Fairfax Coffee Roastery     Photos: http://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/equator-coffees-and-teas-mill-valley-3?select=yPRcC7lsq0Un4zZe4swdWg http://ww2.kqed.org/bayareabites/2010/04/05/treats-at-sausalitos-cibo-cafe/ http://www.yelp.com/biz/fairfax-coffee-roastery-fairfax-2  

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Tiburon Home Sets Record with $13M Sale

After just two weeks on the market, a new modern home at 1860 Mountain View Drive in Tiburon set records when it closed at $13 million, according to co-listing agent Scott Woods of Pacific Union (he brokered the deal with … Continue reading

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To Panic or Not to Panic: Think the Bay Area’s Real Estate Market Has the Jitters?

Executive Summary The 2018 Pacific Union Real Estate Economic Forecast called for market “normalization,” with cumulative home price growth of 10 percent over the next three years. The market is still on track for this appreciation. Stock-market volatility is primarily … Continue reading

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