News, Opinion, & Multimedia for Tamalpais High School

The Tam News

News, Opinion, & Multimedia for Tamalpais High School

The Tam News

News, Opinion, & Multimedia for Tamalpais High School

The Tam News

Equator: a local gem for caffeine-lovers

By Luella Searson, Reporter Jul 1, 2023

If you’ve driven around Mill Valley before, chances are you’ve noticed a red or black tiger sticker floating around placed on the bumper of cars, computer covers, and phone cases. Equator’s coffee’s...

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(Lily Lunn)

The Best Burrito in Mill Valley

By Lexa Lemberg, Business Team Nov 2, 2021
I am putting the burritos in Mill Valley up to the test and seeing which one reigns supreme. Some may argue I am not a real burrito connoisseur, as I have a very simple order consisting of rice, beans, cheese, and guacamole.
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(Eloise Weir)

The Noble Cow Creamery

By Eloise Weir, TBN/TRN Editor, Photo Editor Nov 2, 2021
Is the Nobel Cow Creamy good enough to replace Woody's?
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(Emily Stull)

Why We Need a 24-Hour Diner

By Sunny Wanger, Reporter Nov 1, 2021
"...a 24/7 diner may be the effective cause that brings to Mill Valley the quality of nightlife every good community has..."
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(Courtesy of Kylie Frame)

Kylie Frame: The face behind Feed the Frontlines Marin

By Emily Stull, Editor in Chief May 19, 2020
Frame's nonprofit organization raises money to purchase meals from local businesses and donates those meals to essential workers in the area.
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Vitality Bowls offers açaí treats and paninis in East Blithedale Shopping Center

Vitality Bowls offers açaí treats and paninis in East Blithedale Shopping Center

By Max Moreno Oct 17, 2019
Vitality Bowls Superfood Cafe, which opened in August in the East Blithedale shopping center, serves açai bowls, smoothies, fresh-pressed juices, cold brew coffee, kombucha on tap, and a few lunch items, such as paninis and salads.
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Trader Joe’s virgin

By Claire Conger, Editor in Chief Oct 17, 2019
Reflections on a lifetime of Trader Joe's deprivation.
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Flores: A Taste of Mexico

Flores: A Taste of Mexico

By Zoe Cowan, Features/Photo Editor Feb 6, 2019

Opened in late 2018 in the space previously occupied by P.F. Changs, Flores is a welcome addition to the Corte Madera Town Center. The Mexican restaurant’s second location boasts a similar menu to...

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All Wrapped Up

All Wrapped Up

Oct 18, 2018

Often debated, but never decided: who serves the best Mexican food in Marin? While most people are content having any burrito, a small niche of hardcore Mexican food connoisseurs have found themselves...

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A Detailed Analysis of the Hungry Hawk

A Detailed Analysis of the Hungry Hawk

By Blake Villanueva and Blake Killingsworth May 4, 2016

Some people hate driving every day to get lunch from places around school. They’re crowded, hectic, and expensive. The Hungry Hawk is a good bang for your buck and is conveniently located on campus,...

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The Great Escape - How to Successfully Get Lunch in SF

The Great Escape – How to Successfully Get Lunch in SF

By Leo DiPierro Apr 8, 2016

You’re with a group of friends, congregating in second period, contemplating what to do for lunch today. “Ah, I got it!,” says one, “I know this great place in the city. We can be in and out in...

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Antone’s East Coast Sub Shop: Ideal Location and Taste

Antone’s East Coast Sub Shop: Ideal Location and Taste

By Piper Goeking Mar 1, 2016

In the dog-eat-dog food scene of Miller Avenue, Antone’s East Coast Sub Shop has opened its take-out windows at 558 Miller Ave.  A minute walk down the street from the arches, Antone’s is a strong...

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