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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!

07February

Napa Porch Festival is On...

What if you thought it would be cool for neighbors to get to know each other better--just like the good 'ol days? If was a different time back when they had porches and porch swings ...
20March

Sundial Bridge Turns 10 &...

Redding, Calif. -- California's most unique walk bridge created an international buzz when it was unveiled on July 4, 2004. Designed by a famed Swiss architect, the elegant Sundial Bridge spanning the Sacramento River is made ...
11February

Shasta State Historic Par...

Six miles west of Redding's gleaming Sundial Bridge and colorful Turtle Bay, there's a 19 acre ghost town where visitors can wander through an historic cemetery, and explore the brick ruins of  hotels, barbershops, bookstores, ...

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California Coastal Commission Beach Ac...

Published on: January 16, 2012
Photo: To the average citizen, a huge wall running along the picturesque beach in Orange County's gated Surfside (shown)  is reminiscent of the fence at the California-Mexico border. By law, the public can enjoy the beach, but many are kept away when they see the fence. All you have to do is walk around ...

Places for Kids to Earn Scout Badges

Published on: January 16, 2012
Mark Barbour, Founding Curator and Executive Director of The International Printing Museum, describes the printing process. Open to the public, the museum features special days and tours on Saturdays, or by appointment Tues - Friday. Being a scout is about doing good deeds, learning new things, and acquiring badges to wear on your outfits. If you ...

Quirky Places to Tie the Knot

Published on: January 16, 2012
As Valentine's Day approaches and PBS broadcasts a slew of shows about animal mating habits, it's time to take an irreverent look at the crazy side of love. The number one place people get married is in a church. In California ocean vistas, mountain valleys, beaches and state parks are popular wedding venues ...

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