On the heels of City Manager Alan Piombo announcing his retirement in March, councilmembers clearly believed they’d found a winning formula, as they’ve selected a new manager with a similar background to that of Piombo.
MV Historical Society, MV Arts & Recreation and the Friends of No. 9 are hosting an event on Saturday, July 23, 11am-1pm at the Depot Plaza to unveil a proposed design concept for expanding the plaza and displaying Engine No.9.
Larkspur-based Kandi Cota’s vibrant mixed media painting, perfectly named “All Roads Lead to the Depot,” colorfully captures the fluid emotions of a moment of time in Mill Valley and portrays the artist’s deep connection to the iconic Mount Tamalpais.
The Mill Valley Arts Commission has much more on the way, starting with the return of “Knitting Us Together,” a public art project on the plaza that seeks to bring the community together via a unique form of public art.
Zizzo’s early formal education and training as a microbiologist helped him to develop a fine visual discrimination know-how. In later years, his printing and graphic arts company tuned his eyes to design and color relationships. He’s found this unique set of skills invaluable in developing his fine arts process.
J. Hunter Moore has been named the recipient of a 2022 Impact Award by Vistage, the world’s largest CEO coaching and peer advisory organization for small and midsize businesses. The Impact Award recognizes the remarkable development and achievement of trailblazing members with one to three year’s tenure.
Now the team is debuting lunch service seven days a week (11am – 2:30pm) and brunch on Saturday & Sunday (10:30am – 2:30pm). Happy Hour (2:30pm – 5:30pm) and Dinner (5pm – 9pm) are available every day.
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Bruce R. Katz, the founder of the Rockport Shoe Company and Samuel Hubbard Shoe Company, passed away on June 26, after suffering injuries from a fall at his home in Mill Valley, Calif., according to Footwear News. He was 75.