As the Popularity of E-Bikes Continues to Surge, Mill Valley Basks in Having Two of the Best in the Bay Area

As the Popularity of E-Bikes Continues to Surge, Mill Valley Basks in Having Two of the Best in the Bay Area

A selection of bikes from Tam Bikes and Mad Dog & Englishmen. Courtesy images. As is evident from a stroll on Miller Avenue or the Mill Valley-Sausalito multi-use path just about any time of day, the popularity of e-bikes has exploded in recent years, and looks to...
Mark Tatum, 61, Becomes First Non-Californian to Win the Dipsea Race Since 1986

Mark Tatum, 61, Becomes First Non-Californian to Win the Dipsea Race Since 1986

Scenes from the 110th Dipsea Race, featuring winner Mark Tatum, at top center, followed by 2nd place finisher Dan King and third place runner, and defending champion Brian Pilcher. Photos by Steve Disenhof. In the midst of the oddity that has been the past 20 months,...
After Lengthy Delay, Dipsea Race Runners Are Ready to Bolt From the Start Line This Sunday, Nov. 7

After Lengthy Delay, Dipsea Race Runners Are Ready to Bolt From the Start Line This Sunday, Nov. 7

2019 Dipsea Race. Photo by Photo by Steve Disenhof. For legions of Dipsea Race runners that have patiently waited through a coronavirus-induced cancellation of the 2020 edition and a postponement of the 2021 race from its planned June 13th launch to Nov. 7, the time...
Amidst Fire Season and a Drought, Marin Agencies Up Seek to Empower Community at Free OAC Event  – Sept. 15

Amidst Fire Season and a Drought, Marin Agencies Up Seek to Empower Community at Free OAC Event – Sept. 15

Between the seemingly ever-expanding fire season and this year’s drought, on the heels of 2020 the second driest year in almost a century in 2020, Marin has been on high alert for months. A pair of local agencies are teaming up with the Outdoor Art Club for a...