Looking for ways to engage your children this summer? Visit the free Youth in Arts Mobile Art Lab on Thursday evenings near the San Rafael Farmers Market. The Mobile Art Lab will be open from 5:15 to 6:15 p.m. Look for the red and white stand on 4th street between A and B streets. The Art Lab will … [Read more...] about Youth in Arts Mobile Art Lab
The Rev. Thomas Nibbe Sunday, June 20, 2021 @ 11:00 a.m. "...fix your thoughts on Jesus..." (Hebrews 2:1a) Good morning --- Grace and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ! Amen! We acknowledge our debt of gratitude to our fathers on Fathers' … [Read more...] about Thomas Nibbe Sermon: While the Morning Stars Sing
By The Rev. Thomas Nibbe Sunday, June 6, 2021 @ 11:00 a.m. THE SCRIPTURES FOR THIS SUNDAY plus one quote by President Abraham Lincoln "...he will crush your head and you will strike his heel..."(Genesis 3:8-15) "...O, Israel, put your hope in the Lord, for with the Lordis unfailing … [Read more...] about Thomas Nibbe Sermon: A House Divided Against Itself
DEEP THOUGHTS: Age 60 might be the new 40, but 9 p.m. is the new midnight. Libra -- Sept. 23 thru Oct. 22 Because the stars have aligned for you for many, many moons, we know that when you say, "The other day," you could be referring to any time between yesterday and 15 years ago. Scorpio … [Read more...] about Best Guess Horoscope: If you lose a sock in the dryer, it comes back as a Tupperware lid that doesn’t fit any of your containers.
Nora Sawyer/Sausalito Historical Society When the keel for the Liberty Ship William A. Richardson was laid on June 27th, 1942, the United States had been at war for a little more than six months. Just three months before, residents of Sausalito’s Pine Point had been evicted, and their homes … [Read more...] about Sausalito History: Three years of honoring Memorial Day at Marinship
By Derek Wilson Marinscope Feeling blue? You’re not alone. “There are so many things behind the color blue. For some, it can convey sadness. There is that term we use, ‘I’ve got the blues,’” said Sausalito artists Bia Bower. “But I can honestly say that when I paint with blue, it’s more of … [Read more...] about O’Hanlon Center: Comfort in blue
DEEP THOUGHTS: If you tell your dog to “play dead” and he bark/sings “riding that train, high on cocaine,” you must be from Marin (and grateful for it). Libra -- Sept. 23 thru Oct. 22 The CDC just announced you may also stop wearing socks and Crocs. Scorpio -- Oct. 23 thru Nov. 21 The … [Read more...] about Best Guess Horoscope: The CDC just announced you may also stop wearing socks and Crocs.
The 6th annual Festival for Food outdoor concert fundraiser will take place from noon to 6 p.m. May 23. The live music lineup includes: Mat Karan & Buds; Key Lime Pie; Susan Z & Friends; Johnny Mosley Quartet; & Rai Z Jobe. Family fun, raffles and BBQ. Beverages and … [Read more...] about Benefit for Food Bank in San Rafael
DEEP THOUGHTS: Do what you love, and money will follow. (This does not mean you may eat pizza, drink wine, nap in your underwear, take selfies with your dog … and wait for the government check in the mail.) Libra -- Sept. 23 thru Oct. 22 It is likely this week you will re-read cooking … [Read more...] about Best Guess Horoscope: Do What You Love
Mike Reed/Pages From The Past (Editor’s note: This feature takes a stroll down memory lane through the pages of the historic Novato Advance newspaper. To subscribe to the Advance today, see details on page 3A.) 100 Years Ago May 1921 -- N.M. Jensen of Petaluma, a chicken buyer, has … [Read more...] about Pages From The Past: Have cash; will buy chickens