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Chronicles of Old Los Angeles
An unusual guidebook-cum-travelogue dishes dirt on the city's notorious and lesser-known legends.
Climate Change and Joshua Trees
Oceans aren't the only parts of the Earth to suffer from climate change - the Joshua tree faces extinction as well.
Comic Art in California
Interested in comics, manga, and the like? Here are a few places to visit when between conventions.
Looking for a resort experience without long distance flights? Consider Coronado Island, off the coast of San Diego.
Crusing San Francisco Bay
A bay cruise is one of the best ways to enjoy the famed San Francisco skyline and see the sights from a different perspective!
Death Valley National Park
In a state of superlatives, Death Valley National Park can outrank the best. It contains the lowest point in the United States, the hottest and driest climates, remarkable history, and the most outstanding photo opportunities ever created by shifting sands, canyons, marble cliffs, and historical rui
One of Los Angeles County's most beautiful private gardens, Descanso is both tame and wild.
Get away from the crowds and go hiking at this geological wonder only an hour and a half northeast of Los Angeles!
Downtown San Diego Beerpubs
The epicenter of the West Coast beer making phenomenon is the city of San Diego, and, for connoisseurs of craft brewing, a visit here takes on the mantle of a pilgrimage.
Droughts are part of California's ecology. The science behind the headlines is ambivalent when understanding the state.
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