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Voices join across Tiburon Peninsula for nightly howl

Though the statewide shelter-in-place order has people holed up indoors, each night hundreds of Marin residents step outside to let out a collective howl — and Tiburon Peninsula residents have started to answer the call. The howling phenomenon, which started in Mill Valley as a display of solidarity shortly after the shelter-in-place order went into effect more than three weeks ago, has reverberated over to the peninsula, with scores of voices in Tiburon, Belvedere and Strawberry joining in each night at 8 p.m. The howling lasts for about five minutes before it fades into the night.

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