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California is a paradise with a thousand miles of cool, sandy beaches, 500 miles of stunning forests (including the giant redwoods - the biggest trees on Earth,) and Death Valley, where temperatues typically top 120 degrees in the summer months. Be a part of this spectacular journey!

15May

Wild Tour of California

Jesus Hernandez Blazquez of Spain riding for Tinkoff-Saxo drives the peloton in the rain as they pursue the breakaway late in race during Stage 5 of the 2015 Amgen Tour of California from Santa Barbara ...
09September

Welcome to Planet Ocean a...

Our planet should be called 'Ocean,' because more than 70% of the Earth is covered by water," said a Southern California mayor at the 6th annual "Blessing of the Waves" ceremony next to Huntington Beach ...
20December

Unique Holiday Dining in ...

Pictured: Mammoth Mountain Parallax Snowcat Dinner takes guests from the Main Lodge to Minaret Summit where dinner is served overlooking the snowy scene at Parallax restaurant, McCoy Station. Right: Palm Spring Aerial Tramway whisks guests ...

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Tempting Treats — Tacos and Tama...

Published on: October 14, 2019
Californians are chomping at the bit with prospects that we're coming into tamale festival season soon. While this week Riverside hosts the annual Inland Empire Taco Festival at White Park, in weeks to come expect more tamales on the plate. Tacos or Tamales? Tacos RIVERSIDE: IE Taco Festival Oct.19 ATASCADERO: Taco Day on Traffic Way Nov.16 Tamales ESCONDIDO: ...

Welcome to My Nightmare — at Cal...

Published on: October 13, 2019
Welcome to My Nightmare  was Alice Cooper's first solo album,  released in 1975. The record's songs such as Devil's Food, The Black Widow, Only Women Bleed and Escape, form a journey through the nightmares of a child named Steven. Nightmares are terrifying dreams in which the dreamer experiences feelings of helplessness, extreme anxiety, sorrow, etc. ...

The Battle of the Theme Park Fall Deal...

Published on: October 12, 2019
Universal Studios Hollywood (left photo) and LEGOLAND California (right) In California when summer's at its peak and the weather is nice, theme park deals are hard to come by. It often takes natural disasters (earthquakes, floods & fires) or changes in the seasons to begin seeing possibilities for some major savings. When that happens, you have ...

Trunk or Treat Can’t Be Beat

Published on: October 11, 2019
For many Californians their car is their home. While some people sadly sleep in their cars because they are homeless, others spend more time in their cars than their houses, commuting to and from work up to 6 hours per day (30 hours per week--practically a full time job!) That's not counting trips to get ...

Ghosts are Real Enough

Published on: October 10, 2019
Probably everyone among us has experienced ghosts. Whether visiting a California ghost town, seeing classic works of literature in stage performances such as the Ghost of Christmas Past in A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, wearing Halloween costumes, or even taking ghost tours hoping to be spooked, ghosts are part of our culture. You can't ...

Some of California’s Biggest Str...

Published on: October 08, 2019
While Orange County has a new event on November 17, 2019, Meet on Beach, with cities Anaheim, Buena Park, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, La Habra, Stanton and Westminster planning activities on or around Beach Boulevard, the month of October brings tried & true festivals to California's "mean streets." Some are Halloween themed with scary costumes while ...

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