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The Dis-Kush-ion: Medical Marijuana Dispensaries in Marin

The Dis-Kush-ion: Medical Marijuana Dispensaries in Marin

Nicole Anisgard Parra, Additional Reporting by Kennedy Cook

May 4, 2017


Filed under Features

When it was announced in August 2016 that the famed Dipsea Cafe, located in Tam Junction, was to potentially close, it was the talk of the town. The closure became even more discussion worthy when the owner, John Siotos, announced that the building would be reopened as a medical cannabis dispensary....

Stay Off Our Tail(pipes)

Stay Off Our Tail(pipes)

Maddie Asch

March 31, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Mentioning the lack of parking in the Back Parking Lot (BPL) at Tam is sure to spark heated conversation. And if seniors hear that a junior is parking in the BPL, watch out, you’ve got yourself a fire. Yes, I get that it is a tradition that seniors park in the BPL. It’s a school rule; a right o...

Girls’ Varsity Basketball Senior Night Recap

Girls’ Varsity Basketball Senior Night Recap

Nicole Anisgard-Parra and Nicole Anisgard-Parra

February 27, 2017


Filed under Game Coverage, Sports

The girls’ varsity basketball team came away with an dominating 65-29 victory over Terra Linda on Friday, February 10th in Gus Gym. Prior to the start of the game, a brief ceremony took place to celebrate Senior Night for captains Jaiana Harris, Megan Lee, and Katie Sowerby, along with players Tau...

Colombia is more than just Cocaine

Colombia is more than just Cocaine

Nicole Anisgard-Parra

December 1, 2016


Filed under Opinion

When people ask where I’m from, and I tell them that I have family in Colombia, I brace myself to hear the following comments: “So, do people in your family do cocaine?” or “Why do you even travel there? Don’t people get kidnapped all the time?” I try to shrug these comments off and explain ...