Programming

The Assembly Candidate Debate

On Saturday, September 8th, the League of Women Voters of Marin County presented a debate with the two candidates for State Assembly - incumbent Michael Allen, and San Rafael Councilman Marc Levine. Allen and Levine responded to a wide range of topics from state government legislative reform, to if elected, how they would appeal to non-democratic constituents.

The debate was directed/produced by Veda Florez and moderated by League President, Margy Eller. Anne Layzer and Kelly O'Mara posed questions submitted by nearly one hundred Marin County residents.

Sausalito People Program

Marin TV features a speaker series from the Sausalito Library. The People Program Series presents various Sausalito residents talking about their work, area of expertise, or adventures and experiences.

Such people include the fashion designer Megan Papay who shares her experiences as co-founder of Freda Salvador, an innovative women’s footwear company based in Sausalito. Others include Sausalito resident David Wronski who talks about life as an ultra long-distance runner. He tells the story of running the entire 168-mile Lake Tahoe Rim Trail in 68 hours without stopping for sleep.

An Interview with filmmakers of "All of me"

Chelis Lopez interviews La Patrona, Guadalupe Gonzalez, Director Arturo González Villaseñor, Director of Photography Antonio Mecalco and Painter Claudio Talavera-Ballon, talking about the film premiere "All of Me" and the exhibition "Mujeres Luz" a painting series inspired by the documentary.

Mexico shares with the US the biggest border between the first and the third world US border. That makes the bridge of thousands of migrants crossing the country mounted on the back of the train “The Beast,” exposed to all the dangers. There, they find the “Patronas,” a group of Mexican women that prepare warm food and water for the migrants riding the train.

Bridge to Iran

Bridge to Iran features a series of four documentary films with engaging conversations which carries viewers into the lives of Iranian citizens and into the heart and soul of Persian culture. Bridge to Iran presents memorable characters, confronted with a wide range of obstacles and opportunities as they navigate their lives through a changing social and political landscape.

Dominican Leadership Lecture Series

Each semester, the Institute for Leadership studies hosts the Leadership Lectures Series, in partnership with Book Passage, highlights extraordinary individual, organizational and societal leadership.

The Lecture Series seeks to promote constructive change in our community and its organizations by bringing to Dominican University of California some of the country’s leading figures from the world of business, politics, entertainment, academia, and literature.

WEDNESDAYS AT 8PM
RPT. THURSDAYS AT 10AM
EDUCATION CHANNEL

IJ Forums Episode 3

Homelessness in San Rafael

The hot button topic of homelessness in San Rafael will be explored in the next IJ Forums. Host Dick Spotswood interviews San Rafael Chief of Police Diana Bishop, then gets the perspectives of Hugo Landecker, a community activist, and Christine Paquette, Director of St. Vincent de Paul in the next episode to air on Monday, March 14 at 7:30 PM.

In the meantime, watch previous episodes on our YouTube channel:

Marinsomnia

An after hours block of vintage films ranging from romance to thrillers, for the sleep deprived and restless.

Monday - Thursday at Midnight
COMMUNITY CHANNEL

Next week we will be playing:

Murder on the Campus (1939) - A popular young student finds herself accused of a series of murders that have occurred on the college campus.

Million Dollar Weekend (1948) - Nicholas Lawrence, a young stockbroker, embezzles a million dollars worth of cash and stock, planning to flee to Shanghai.

Rompeviento TV

Rompeviento llega a Marin TV. Un espacio abierto a la pluralidad, al debate y al pensamiento crítico, comprometido con la libertad de expresión y el derecho a la información. Sintoniza Marin TV, Canal 30 de Lunes a Viernes 5PM y Sabados 6-11PM.

Rompeviento is a space for plurality, debate and critical thinking, it is committed to freedom of expression and the right to information.

Mill Valley First Friday: Miss Representation

Debuting in January 2011 in celebration of the Library's centennial year, the ongoing "First Fridays" series presents different narratives, ideas and presentations that an audience might otherwise not consider or experience.

Muir Woods Meeting online

Muir Woods Congestion Public Meeting
Wednesday, June 18, 2014

The recording of this meeting is below - cablecast dates coming soon.

The National Park Service has announced a public meeting about a proposed reservation system for parking and shuttles to manage traffic congestion and visitation at Muir Woods. This meeting follows an initial public scoping meeting held on September 18, 2013 at the Tam Valley Elementary School. Representatives from the County of Marin and California State Parks plan to attend and participate in the meeting.

The concept for a parking lot on Panoramic Highway at Homestead Hill has been eliminated from further consideration.

More information will be available on the project website before the meeting:
http://parkplanning.nps.gov/muwo_access

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