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Immersive Exploration in ‘Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition’

April 26, 2017 If a historical event could be said to have celebrity status, the sinking of Titanic would be a headliner. It has prompted endless academic papers, feature films, and several musicals. The disaster took center stage in the 1980s when the wreck was discovered and excavated, prompting the wildly popular movie that defined millennial culture. I remember when you couldn't turn on the radio without hearing "My Heart Will Go On." Although Titanic fever has passed, its significance and intrigue have not.

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Strolling Through Roy’s Redwoods

April 14, 2017 Stretches of Marin County are surrounded by sentinels of towering redwoods that can be dark enough to require headlights when driving. Roy's Redwoods Preserve is a compact area of loop trails off one of those roads—Nicasio Valley Road. Next to San Geronimo Golf Course, some trails run right along the golfing green, while others dive deep into woods of fern and moss that feel far from civilization.

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