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This sophomore solo piano album by San Rafael musician-composer Robert Elkjer is very much in the mold of George Winston, who pioneered the new age, meditative solo piano genre that is now populated his many acolytes and imitators on websites such as SoloPiano and Whisperings.
Singer-songwriter Nick Lopez is a talented 17-year-old senior at Redwood High School who already has two studio albums to his credit.
Asaf Avidan. The Israeli singer-songwriter performs an acoustic set. At Bimbo's 365, 1025 Columbus Ave., S.F. 9 p.m. $25.
Marin and federal drug investigators arrested a San Rafael merchant on allegations of selling methamphetamine from his storefront in a bust Wednesday that also netted a suspected drug trafficker in Daly City.
Tamarah Taylor and son Rhett, 4, touch the ear of "Shrek," actor Bruce Denker, as he makes an appearance at Copperfield's Books on Wednesday, Mar. 5, 2014, in San Rafael, Calif.
Sausalito Village will feature a presentation by kimono expert Marge Benjamin at noon March 12 at Sausalito City Hall, 420 Litho St. Benjamin will lead an interactive session, explaining the aesthetics, history, sociology and manufacture of traditional Japanese textiles.
March is "Prescription Drug Awareness Month" in California and the San Rafael Police Department has a drop-off box where people can dispose of household medications from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The North Bay Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association and Senior Access will hold a free seminar about family members as caregivers from 4 to 6 p.m. March 12 at Senior Access, 70 Skyview Terrace.
Adrienne Muncy of Inverness charges her electric Fiat on Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014, at the San Rafael, Calif.
San Rafael-The City Council voted unanimously tonight to ban single-use plastic shopping bags citywide.
As San Rafael police continue to investigate a mafia-style shooting Saturday at a downtown restaurant - the fifth gunshot victim in the city in 11 weeks - authorities said those shootings are really just the tip of the iceberg.
By Bay City News Service: A suspect remains at large after walking into a San Rafael restaurant early Saturday morning and shooting a patron multiple times, a police lieutenant said.
There's still no trace of a 93-year-old San Rafael man who went missing last week after failing to return home from dining out, San Rafael police said Monday.