Voices of People's History

Author Howard Zinn is honored at the NY Society for Ethical Culture, where actors, activists and authors read excerpts from his book, Voices of a People's History of the United States.

January 16th at 5PM

Land, Water & Sky

Be inspired to create your own masterpieces - beautiful landscape moods and impressions in acrylic with 'beloved Marin' artist and teacher, Bernard Healey! Bernard encourages everyone to 'Keep Painting' in the new series Land, Water & Sky!

2nd and 4th Thursday of Every Month at 7PM


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

Monday - Thursday at Midnight

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.

Bay Area Beat Holiday Show

Listen to the Christmas music of Girls Night Out as well as some of the best musicians of Bay Area Beat's 3-year run on Marin TV. Bay Area Beat's production crew wishes you all a Happy Holidays. For more information visit bayareabeattv.com.

December 23rd at 5PM


December 25th at 5PM

Barbershop Christmas Special

The Marin Golden Gate Barbershop Chorus presents a Christmas special barbershop style.

Their mission is to bring the joy of singing to men of good will, and to promote youth outreach programs to assist young men who wish to learn to sing in the four-part (tenor, lead, baritone and bass) a cappella harmony barbershop style.

December 23rd at 6PM


December 24th at 5PM


December 25th at 5PM

Narada Michael Walden Annual Holiday Jam

Watch the 16th annual fundraiser concert benefiting the Narada Michael Walden Foundation.

The Narada Michael Walden Foundation is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to making a difference in the lives of young people by supporting music appreciation and education for Bay Area youth.

Special guests include Tom Johnston of the Doobie Brothers, Tony Lindsay from the Santana Band, Sammy Hagar and more!

December 24th, at 8PM


December 25th, at 8PM

Silenced Majority

Amy Goodman stopped off in Palo Alto on her 100-city tour leading up to the 2012 Election Day. Goodman discusses her latest book, The Silenced Majority: Stories of Uprisings, Occupations, Resistance, and Hope, at the First Presbyterian Church.

The event was a benefit for Democracy Now! and Peninsula Peace and Justice Center. Goodman was joined by Denis Moynihan, co-author of their new book. Denis has been a Democracy Now! team member since 2001 and co-writes Amy's weekly newspaper column.

Not Enough Pay to Survive

Watch the latest film from Deutsche Welle's documentary series "In Focus".

Though he has a full-time position as a forklift operator, dock worker Dennis Ohm doesn’t earn enough to support his family. Anke Betram is a self-employed midwife, but has a second job at a health farm.

They are both among the growing number of Germans who work full-time but need a second job to make ends meet. Many of them now work as much as 60 to 70 hours a week. These cases will be familiar to many Americans suffering the same fate: not enough pay to survive.

December 11th, Tuesday at 6:00 PM

Seriously Now

Seriously Now In Depth this week takes a look at youth and family courts. First, an interview with Don Carney, the director of Marin Youth Court which brings an innovative approach to Marin’s teenagers. The youth play DA, defense lawyer, and juror and the sentences are binding. The sentences focus on restorative justice and not on punishment. Kelly O’Mara, a host for Seriously Now, conducts the interview.

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.