Real Estate Magazine - Mendocino Coast Property

Real Estate Magazine - Mendocino Coast Property A monthly ad-supported magazine about Mendocino Coast Real Estate with a fascinating cover story in each issue about various aspects of living in Mendocino County that make it so fabulous. People, nature, businesses, art, good works, and more...

The January issue of Real Estate Magazine is out and about! This month's story is about Zero Waste--something extremely ...
12/30/2018

The January issue of Real Estate Magazine is out and about! This month's story is about Zero Waste--something extremely pithy to gnaw on. Even contemplating the idea of zero waste makes me more conscious of how totally ubiquitous plastic is. Trying to cut down on our personal garbage is a real project we can all give a go (even one baby step can be a start), but the more important part of this is understanding the critical need for reducing waste, and then making our voices heard by the companies that over-package and are so very UNconscious about what is filling up our landfills and creating gigantic gyres of garbage in our oceans. I estimate that Santa Rosa Costco puts out more plastic waste in one day than the whole of Fort Bragg does in a month. Same with McDonalds or Burger King.
But raising consciousness starts from the bottom, so here is a story to help us all make the first steps. I really love it. www.realestatemendocino.com, or get a copy everywhere you look! Post offices, Harvest, Purity, all Realty offices, most inns and motels, etc., etc.

Gee, the months just keep on marching by double time. Here we are in August...fall has sprung almost! I wrote this month...
08/05/2018

Gee, the months just keep on marching by double time. Here we are in August...fall has sprung almost! I wrote this months' story about the Guitar Guru: Barry Marloff. Rock 'n' roll can never die!

It's almost time for our August issue to be released, but you still have time to pick up our July version this coming we...
07/22/2018

It's almost time for our August issue to be released, but you still have time to pick up our July version this coming week. Paul Reiber, wood sculptor extraordinaire, wrote our cover story and it's so interesting. You can also read it online at www.realestatemendocino.com

Real Estate Magazine's March issue is on the newsstands and in all the usual spots all over the county. Our editorial th...
02/28/2018

Real Estate Magazine's March issue is on the newsstands and in all the usual spots all over the county. Our editorial this month is about Teen Peer Court and Restorative Justice for young first offenders. Brel Froebe wrote this really exceptional story about a hopeful, compassionate way of dealing with wrongdoing. You can also read it online here: www.reasestatemendocino.com

Very excited about our newest issue of Real Estate Magazine. Our amazing hometown girl, Bryna Turner, wrote the editoria...
01/30/2018

Very excited about our newest issue of Real Estate Magazine. Our amazing hometown girl, Bryna Turner, wrote the editorial for February's issue about her family and her Lincoln Center for the Arts Emerging Artists Award and hit New York play! Get your copy asap. We already had to replenish our boxes at the Fort Bragg Post Office, Purity and Mendo Post office three times each... in the four days they've been out! Your Dreams May Vary.

Wonderful article by Kate Erickson about our prodigal sons and daughters. Go get your copy now! Send to your kids who ha...
01/05/2018

Wonderful article by Kate Erickson about our prodigal sons and daughters. Go get your copy now! Send to your kids who haven't joined these yet!

Here we go again -- another round of nine inspiring stories of people who grew up on the coast, went away and came back to start successful careers. Pick up your copy of the Real Estate Magazine today!

November issue of REM covers the fire response by our own amazing public radio station, KZYX.
11/12/2017
KZYX Fire Response Showcased In Mendocino Real Estate Magazine

November issue of REM covers the fire response by our own amazing public radio station, KZYX.

Real Estate Magazine of Mendocino County, a monthly community magazine, showcased Mendocino County Public Broadcasting in its November 2017 issue by

09/17/2017

Be sure to get the September issue of R.E.M. The story this month is called BOOKISH, all about our amazing Fort Bragg public library. Www.realestatemendocino.com

The months go by faster and faster! Our July issue is out now, with a wonderful story by Thais Mazur about Healthy Mendo...
07/02/2017

The months go by faster and faster! Our July issue is out now, with a wonderful story by Thais Mazur about Healthy Mendocino, a new program that coordinates all things (and agencies) healthy in Mendocino County. I'm particularly partial to this cover, which sports photos of three of my four grand kids on it! They exemplify to me everything that is good and healthy, wholesome and vivid and beautiul in this world. Pick up your copy all over the county, or it's online now so you can read it at www.realestatemendocino.com.

Everybody! Do NOT let the June issue of Real Estate Magazine escape your eyeballs! This month's story is called Beautifu...
06/18/2017

Everybody! Do NOT let the June issue of Real Estate Magazine escape your eyeballs! This month's story is called Beautiful Earth, written by the wonderful writer Denice Breau, about a tiny little gem of a store in The Depot building in Fort Bragg that sells ROCKS. But WHAT rocks! Minerals from all over globe, fossils, dinosaur teeth, geodes and o m g...you won't believe it. The owner is a mineralogist with a second degree in museum management. The store is incredibly perfect. The other day my daughter gave her boys three choices of activities after school: eat ice cream at the Botanical Gardens, go bike riding, or go play at the beach. They turned all three down in favor of spending an hour and a half at Beautiful Earth.Afterward Blu went home and created a "rock shop." Who raised these kids???

05/25/2017
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The June edition of Real Estate Magazine came out today, a little early and just in time for the Memorial Day crowds.I love the cover story, about a little shop called BEAUTIFUL EARTH that's owned by a mineralalogist who stocks the oldest and finest specimens of geodes and fossils and rocks you ever saw. Pick up a copy all over the county or read it at www.realestatemendocino.com

And this is my column for this issue, about an upcoming movie that i love, which will be screened at the Mendocino Film Festival this weekend:

Have I mentioned how much I love the movies? It’s kind of an obsession of mine. When the jam-packed program booklet for the Mendocino Film Festival arrived and I started perusing the irresistible offerings and making those little check marks, well, you know...Despite promising myself I wouldn’t overbook my time again this year...mm hmm: I want to see EVERYTHING. Notwithstanding my intention, my dance card is FULL and I plan to be a wet noodle at the end of it, as usual. Sitting through three or four movies a day sounds relaxing, but you’d be surprised how much work it actually is. You have to dash from venue to venue, eating popcorn for lunch and maybe dinner and shifting your weight around on those folding chairs. It’s a full-time job!
The one movie I’ve already screened, but which I will see again, at Crown Hall, Saturday, June 3rd at 12:30 p.m., is The House on Coco Road, directed by Damani Baker, and I am urging everybody I know to go see it. My friend Belvie Rooks, writer, film maker, activist, thinker, amazing personage at large, and who has lived on the coast for many years, mentored Damani for years through the long process of making this movie; she and Danny Glover co-produced the film with Damani. As a Los Angeles Times review summerized, “Damani Baker offers a moving personal and historical account of how he and his family were caught up in the 1983 U.S. invasion of Grenada. The result is a fascinating and under-reported chapter in the never-ending struggle for justice on behalf of black men and women worldwide, as well as a scalding appraisal of Reagan-era racial attitudes at home and abroad.” It’s an important piece of history, beautifully and thoughtfully made. With a haunting original score by one of my favorite musicians, Meshell Ndegeocello, and a cast that includes Angela and Fania Davis, the storyline pulled me into its vortex of revelation clarifying a little known part of history while exploring the infuriating failures of our government to look clearly at what was happening at that historic juncture. The film is “a portrait of an activist and teacher who moves her children from Oakland, California to participate in the Grenada Revolution only to find her family in harm’s way of a U.S. military invasion. It is the filmmaker’s search for historical and emotional truth that will confirm his mother’s place in American history.”
The House on Coco Road has been screened at multiple festivals this year to sold-out audiences in LA, New York, and other cities, and I’m very excited that now Damani will actually be here in Mendocino for its first north coast screening. Belvie will be here too, and they will tag-team fielding questions after the showing.
Though he officially, for the most part, grew up in Oakland and now lives in Brooklyn, New York, Damani spent much of his childhood hanging out in Elk with his mom and Belvie, embraced by the Elk community, so he considers this “home,” too. Damani’s career spans documentaries, music videos, museum installations, and advertisements. Currently a professor in the filmmaking, screenwriting, and media arts program at Sarah Lawrence, Damani continues doing new film projects. I’m proud to welcome him home. Really.

That last REM was wonderful! I am not sure if the showing on the Gordon Lane property that is taking place on Monday has anything to do with the article, but I don't think that it was just a coincidence. Thanks so much for the beautiful work and care.

Happy May Day, folk! REM is out for May with all the listings you are eager to look over and a wonderful new story about...
05/01/2017
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Happy May Day, folk! REM is out for May with all the listings you are eager to look over and a wonderful new story about The Entrepreneurial Mindset. It's written by Mary Anne Petrillo, the new director of West Company, which has been helping young businesses succeed for two decades. Go find it all over the place -- Realty offices, motels, inns, select restaurants and grocery stores, and our boxes outside the post offices. Or you can read it online at www.realestatemendocino.com.

That last REM was wonderful! I am not sure if the showing on the Gordon Lane property that is taking place on Monday has anything to do with the article, but I don't think that it was just a coincidence. Thanks so much for the beautiful work and care.

This is the last week you can pick up a copy of our fabulous April issue. The story this month is by Ellen Buechner, all...
04/27/2017

This is the last week you can pick up a copy of our fabulous April issue. The story this month is by Ellen Buechner, all about Fortunate Farm and it's wonderful. You can read it online, too, at www.realestatemendocino.com. Don't miss it! Look for our May issue on newsstands on Friday.

The March issue of Real Estate Magazine hit the newsstands yesterday. The story this month is about the wonderful Commun...
02/26/2017

The March issue of Real Estate Magazine hit the newsstands yesterday. The story this month is about the wonderful Community Foundation of Mendocino County. Go find your copy soon! You can also read it here: www.realestatemendocino.com.

Look on newsstands now, before the February issue is all gone. It's the most popular story we've ever run, since I've be...
02/04/2017
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Look on newsstands now, before the February issue is all gone. It's the most popular story we've ever run, since I've been publishing, and we can barely keep the boxes stocked! We're very excited to bring this month's article, written by Kate Erickson, to you, about a cohort of young business owners, all of whom grew up here, moved away never to return, and then...returned. Read their wonderful, uplifting stories of finding happiness and success back in their old stomping grounds, even "after they've seen Pareee." www.realestatemendocino.com Click on current and past issues or pick a copy up at any Realty office, our boxes at the post offices, at Harvest and a zillion inns, B&Bs, motels, restaurants and other businesses.

Great Work! Wow! Zida, Joe, Lisa and Alicia... That last REM was wonderful! I am not sure if the showing on the Gordon Lane property that is taking place on Monday has anything to do with the article, but I don't think that it was just a coincidence. Thanks so much for the beautiful work and care. x...

However it got to be the middle of January, 2017, without having posted anything about our latest issue (nor several bef...
01/15/2017

However it got to be the middle of January, 2017, without having posted anything about our latest issue (nor several before this) is a subject too mystifying to go into here. Time marches on; it's the middle of the first month of a new year; here we go... Our January issue of REM has been flying off newsstands with charming alacrity. I think that's because our story this month is SO very locally pertinent: it celebrates a group that, quietly and without fanfare, has been doing good things for our area for FIFTY YEARS: Mendocino Rotary. Be sure to get your copy before they are gone, which will happen in a couple of weeks, believe it or not. As always, you will find listings for just about every for-sale property along our coast, and get to learn something (unless you've been in Rotary for a long time) that will surprise you and inspire even more admiration and gratitude for this incredible place we get to call home.

Have you picked up your copy of November's Real Estate Magazine yet? Better go find one. We go out early for the holiday...
11/10/2016

Have you picked up your copy of November's Real Estate Magazine yet? Better go find one. We go out early for the holidays, so it's only on the newsstands till next Thursday! This month's story is about Mendocino Coast Children's Fund and how it works to build a stronger community as it supports our local kids in big, big ways. You can also read it here: www.realestatemendocino.com

REM is out for October!
10/02/2016
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REM is out for October!

The October issue of Real Estate Magazine is out on the newsstands now. Love, love, love the cover story about legacy by Mendocino Land Trust executive director Ann Cole. Pick up your copy all over the place: Post offices, realty offices, motels and B&Bs, inns, restaurants, grocery stores, and so many other places of business all over the county. Or--so moderne!--It's online at www.realestatemendocino.com. I was so inspired by her story that I went for a hike today along the headlands...perfect day for it! Mendocino Land Trust has bought and promised to preserve SO MANY incredible places along our beautiful coast in perpetuity, saving our open spaces for our kids, grandkids and on and on. MLT's work encompasses so many places we love: Glass Beach, Big River Estuary, Seaside Beach, places we know and love, but perhaps we didn't know before that it was their impressive, far-seeing stewardship that has allowed us the luxury of keeping these wild places as they are now forever.

The October issue of Real Estate Magazine is out on the newsstands now. Love, love, love the cover story about legacy by...
10/02/2016
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The October issue of Real Estate Magazine is out on the newsstands now. Love, love, love the cover story about legacy by Mendocino Land Trust executive director Ann Cole. Pick up your copy all over the place: Post offices, realty offices, motels and B&Bs, inns, restaurants, grocery stores, and so many other places of business all over the county. Or--so moderne!--It's online at www.realestatemendocino.com. I was so inspired by her story that I went for a hike today along the headlands...perfect day for it! Mendocino Land Trust has bought and promised to preserve SO MANY incredible places along our beautiful coast in perpetuity, saving our open spaces for our kids, grandkids and on and on. MLT's work encompasses so many places we love: Glass Beach, Big River Estuary, Seaside Beach, places we know and love, but perhaps we didn't know before that it was their impressive, far-seeing stewardship that has allowed us the luxury of keeping these wild places as they are now forever.

Great Work! Wow! Zida, Joe, Lisa and Alicia... That last REM was wonderful! I am not sure if the showing on the Gordon Lane property that is taking place on Monday has anything to do with the article, but I don't think that it was just a coincidence. Thanks so much for the beautiful work and care. x...

07/08/2016

I got this email from Tom Wodetski yesterday and it absolutely warmed the cockles of my heart! Thank you, Moonlight, for your very kind words. This is EXACTLY why i do the magazine and why i love it so much for its community resource-ness! He said i could quote him:

"Hi Zida. I’ve gotten into always reading your Real Estate Mag. You most always focus us coasties on important, positive local developments, and that’s good for us all to know about. Eg, this issue on our college— that’s great news, how life and growth is being pumped back into this once thriving local institution. Sharon and I were especially impressed with how its now entering FB High School, starting wth all first year students there. That’s wonderful. And something I wouldn’t have know about without you telling us. Thank you!
And I always enjoy your publisher’s note, “It’s Real.” You’re so real! It just described our busy, rich lives too perfectly.
You’re a true gift to our community! Thanks for all you do.
Moonlight (=

July issue of REM!!!
07/02/2016

July issue of REM!!!

You can go find you newest issue of REM now, right in time for Fourth of July. This month's feature story covers Mendocino College's move to the coast, and it should be required reading for everyone who is interested in having higher education offered over here. College of the Redwoods is transferring out as Mendocino College finds its way over the hill to its third offsite center. Our graduating seniors need the option of this low-cost stepping stone to a four-year school and REM is happy to support their success.

You can go find you newest issue of REM now, right in time for Fourth of July. This month's feature story covers Mendoci...
07/02/2016

You can go find you newest issue of REM now, right in time for Fourth of July. This month's feature story covers Mendocino College's move to the coast, and it should be required reading for everyone who is interested in having higher education offered over here. College of the Redwoods is transferring out as Mendocino College finds its way over the hill to its third offsite center. Our graduating seniors need the option of this low-cost stepping stone to a four-year school and REM is happy to support their success.

Now, I can bring you up to date! Heidi Cusick Dickerson wrote the story for our June issue, which is out on the street r...
05/23/2016

Now, I can bring you up to date! Heidi Cusick Dickerson wrote the story for our June issue, which is out on the street right now, about Leadership Mendocino. Do you know about it? It's such a great organization, and it educates and grooms anybody -- you, me, the boy next door -- to understand and become adept at shaping policy and the future of Mendocino County. I'm thinking about signing up myself, actually. The investment of time and not very much $$ is absolutely worth it in terms of the opportunities to meet and network and know about what moves and shakes the county. Awesomeness. And of course you will love to see what's moving and shaking in the real estate market. Pick up your copy before they all fly off with the Memorial Day visitors! or see it here: www.realestatemendocino.com

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