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Top 10 Stories of 2012: Terrapin Crossroads, New Wine Bars, George Lucas Donates Building

Check out the most read stories on San Anselmo - Fairfax Patch this year. What do you think will be the biggest stories in 2013?

 

Looking back at 2012, here's the top 10 most-read stories we posted during the year:

News about Terrapin Crossroads moving to San Rafael was the most read story on San Anselmo – Fairfax Patch in 2012. 

  1. Terrapin Crossroads Moves into Closing Seafood Peddler
  2. Two New Wine Bars Coming to San Anselmo
  3. Sunshine Bikes Helps Capture Suspected 'California Bike Bandit'
  4. Humane Society: Keep Pets Far from Fireworks
  5. Local Musicians Injured in Head-On Highway 101 Crash
  6. Fairfax Prepares Anti-Chemtrail Resolution
  7. George Lucas Donates Downtown Building to San Anselmo Chamber

Also check out numbers 11-20 and 21-30. 

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tony masi December 31, 2012 at 11:02 PM
I thought the whole Terrapin Crossroads drama was a fascinating story and was disappointed that it ended so quickly. It was a head-on collision of town perspectives that stimulated active and emotional participation by a significant number of our community. The old concept of a Dead-friendly, "Mayberry on Acid" Fairfax was successfully challenged by a Fairfax more concerned with parking, traffic, lowered property values, and an influx of bladder-weak Deadheads. For me, it was as if Fairfax went through some form of identity crisis in its response to the possibility of a large Lesh nightclub in their midst. I think in our rejection of this venue, we suffered some kind of symbolic loss of innocence, naivety, or playful optimism. Fairfax flipped a relevant page in its history book with this one, but that's just me and my vague, opinionated impression.

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