Must see entertainment in Marin County

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    Top Choice

    Terrapin Crossroads

    Do you or did you miss the Marin of yesteryear? Terrapin Crossroads is your portal. Owner – and Grateful Dead bassist – Phil Lesh regularly plays here…

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    Top Choice

    Sweetwater Music Hall

    Hosting Bay Area legends, visiting acts and up-and-comers since 1972, this lively venue (in a new location since 2012) is a must for lovers of good ole…

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    Rancho Nicasio

    In the center of miniscule Nicasio, this rustic restaurant and saloon with giant taxidermy on the walls and characters at the bar any time of day,…

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    Old Western Saloon

    This 1906 saloon has live bands and country-and-western bric-a-brac everywhere you look. Prince Charles stopped in for an impromptu pint during a local…

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    Mountain Theater

    Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s, the park’s natural-stone, 3750-seat theater hosts the annual family-friendly ‘Mountain Play’ series…

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    Lark Theater

    This small-town cinema with a retro pink-neon sign shows independent and foreign films on just one screen, plus live simulcast events such as opera,…

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    Smith Rafael Film Center

    Restored downtown cinema offering innovative art-house programming on three screens in state-of-the-art surrounds.