Holiday boutique at the Marin Center displays a collection of art and handmade items for purchase

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From Dec. 1 through 8, the Marin Center in San Rafael is hosting a Holiday Arts and Craft sale showcasing many unique and handcrafted goods. The Department of Cultural Services has handpicked over 41 artists to present their work and goods at its second annual Holiday Arts and Crafts fair. After three years of success with […]


Photo Gallery: Ugly Sweater/Boudin Food Day

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Redwood films its second lip dub four years after the first

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On Monday Nov. 20, the entire Redwood community came together for the filming of the second lip dub, four years after the original was made. The hallways were lined with different groups from around campus, such as sports teams and clubs. Surrounding the main building were even more students, all decked out in spirit gear […]

Second school wide lip dub made to unify school

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On Nov. 20, during advisory, Redwood will film its second ever lip dub. A lip dub is a music video that includes lip synching and audio dubbing to produce a complete music video. The whole production will be directed by junior Lily Derecktor and filmed by senior Jack Green, both of whom are members of […]

Work on the roads will start immediately, with some of Larkspur's streets already having begun construction.

Larkspur passes sales tax to repair roads

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With the results of the November ballot coming out, Measure B received over 67 percent of the vote, qualifying it as one of the many measures that will go into effect right away. According to Larkspur Mayor Kevin Haroff, Measure B proposes a 1.75 percent sales tax on all goods and services sold in Larkspur. […]


Young star shines bright in local production of ‘Chicago’

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Disregarded life jackets are thrown into a growing heap after refugees land on shore.

Mortham and students sell bracelets made by Syrian refugees

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Art teacher Nicole Mortham is making a global impact in the Redwood community through a project she started this school year: selling bracelets made by the Syrian refugees living on the island of Lesbos, Greece. Over the summer, Mortham visited Lesbos to help the refugees fleeing Syria. She noticed that the majority of the refugees […]


Local film festival offers students opportunities to advance filmmaking skills

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The internationally-renowned Mill Valley Film Festival has played host to some of the best films of recent years. In 2015, “Bridge of Spies,” “Room” and “Spotlight” (films all nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards that year) were screened at theaters throughout Marin County. This year, the festival will screen such films as “The […]


Tam High School’s bathroom scratched by copycat threat

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On Tuesday, Nov. 7, at around 1:00 p.m., an anonymous shooting threat was made in the form of a written message in the upstairs girls’ bathroom of Tamalpais High School (Tam). According to Tam senior Jack Loder, the picture read, “I’m going to kill everyone in this f***ing school tomorrow. I’m f***ing done with everything.” […]

Surfrider club members holding their trash bags.

Surfrider club hosts beach clean up at Ocean Beach

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On Sunday, Nov. 5, the RHS Surfrider Foundation club held its first beach cleanup of the school year at Ocean Beach in San Francisco. From 9 a.m. to noon, roughly 15 students from the club helped give back to the environment by picking up trash on the beach.  According to club members, although there was […]