Marinscope Special Advertising Section Retirement can be a way of life that truly reflects your sense of aesthetics, ease, and lifestyle. One of the best ways to research a retirement community is by talking to current residents. That’s usually quite pos- sible. The statements below will give … [Read more...] about How homeowners at Smith Ranch Homes feel about their experiences.
Marinscope After more than a decade of helping to guide key services for seniors, Whistlestop CEO Joe O’Hehir has announced his plans for his own retirement. “Whistlestop’s long-term stability and success, coupled with strong forward momentum in its growth opportunities, make this the … [Read more...] about Whistlestop’s CEO Joe O’Hehir set to retire in 2021
By Sherman R. Frederick Racism doesn’t get much plainer than the confrontation in New York’s Central Park over Memorial Day weekend.At first, it sounded like one of those “dog off leash” stories you might read in the cop log of this newspaper. A woman let her dog off leash in an area where … [Read more...] about Meet straight-up racism
By Derek Wilson Marinscope In more than 30 years in business, Mollie Stone’s Markets has worked hard to get customers into the stores. But when hospital workers couldn’t get to the local store for meals and groceries, owner Mike Stone brought the store to them. “If there’s … [Read more...] about Mollie Stone’s: Going the extra mile to help front-line hospital workers
Marin County Superintendent of Schools, Mary Jane Burke, issued the following statement regarding racism in America: Dear Marin County Community, For the past two months, our county has come together to focus on health and safety related issues to pandemic guidelines and … [Read more...] about Superintendent of Schools on racism: We each have a role to play
By Derek Wilson Marinscope Prom dances, concerts, sports events, homecoming … so many events that make the final year of high school so memorable have been wiped out by campus closures. Despite shelter-in-place ordinances and continuing COVID-19 concerns, graduation ceremonies have been saved.One of … [Read more...] about The tassel hassle – graduation in the Age of Coronavirus
The documentary Island of the Bounty by Ted Cochran will air 8 p.m. on June 6, on Comcast Channel 30/AT&T CH. 99 in Marin County. It can also be viewed anywhere from the CMCM web site at www.cmcm.org. Ted Cochran made this film when he first visited Pitcairn Island in the early … [Read more...] about Island of the Bounty documentary
Bigane PerezSimpson University's Bigane Perez of San Rafael, CA, received the 2019-2020 Liberal Studies Overcoming Challenges (Dolores Huerta) Courage award. The Liberal Studies Overcoming Challenges (Dolores Huerta) Courage award is presented to a student who has overcome significant challenges in … [Read more...] about Names in the news
By Derek WilsonMarinscopeThere’s plenty of laughing and singing during the carpool ride to the next stop. The work isn’t always fun, but the relationships can be rewarding.“It’s been a lot of hard work, but a lot of really gratifying work,” said Dr. Elizabeth Lowe, who helped get a mobile testing … [Read more...] about Doctors find sacrifice and reward
Ever had a dream that makes perfect sense when you wake, but by the time you brush your teeth it sounds completely mad?Some coronavirus task force meetings must be like that. For example, how did the new rules on tennis come about? That had to be one weird discussion.Dr. No: We believe we can safely … [Read more...] about Coronavirus tennis, anyone?