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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!

28October

News You Can Use: Holiday...

SAN MATEO COUNTY is home to some of California's most beautiful beaches, best surfing waves, and as San Mateo/Silicon Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau (smccvb.com) has discovered, most enthusiastic beer and wine drinkers. Official Holiday Booze Guide Excerpts from Part ...
18February

Silicon Valley Helps Keep...

While California continues to struggle with some of the highest unemployment in the nation, in Silicon Valley there are jobs to be found, and that helps keep California in the game.  Anyone reading this story ...
09October

Artichoke is Now Californ...

California Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom said recently that the artichoke is now the official state vegetable of California, a decision that was based on social media votes. California grows 100% of the U.S. artichoke crop, and ...

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Parade of April Parades and Music Fest...

Published on: April 25, 2017
Pictured left clockwise: California City Tortoise Parade | Petaluma Butter & Eggs Day Parade | Glendale Pet Parade | Willow Creek Finding Bigfoot Parade | Eureka Rhododendron (Rhodie) Parade. Here's a whole new crop of parades and music fests coming up! Weekend Events CALIFORNIA CITY: Tortoise Days Festival with Parade April 29-30 CLOVIS: Clovis Rodeo & Parade April ...

Cars are the Stars

Published on: April 24, 2017
Pictured: Fabulous Fords Forever star Linda Vaughn, the First Lady of Motorsports, returns on Apr.30, 2017 to Buena Park. Hey, did you catch that sleek 1923 Bentley heading down Nob Hill and  passing over the Golden Gate Bridge on Monday? You surely saw the sexy 1927 Alfa Romeo following close-by in the parade of stars! They are part ...

Californians Celebrate Cinco de Mayo

Published on: April 23, 2017
May and Margaritas! Ahhhh California! As Cinco de Mayo approaches -- the May equivalent to March's St. Patrick's Day celebration -- nearly every restaurant and bar is stocking up on ample supplies of cocktail mixes, limes, tequila and Mexican beers. California's population is shifting, according to California Department of Finance's latest report which projects the state's ...

California — It’s Complica...

Published on: April 22, 2017
Two fascinating reports issued this month provide snapshots and 'big picture' views of California. California's Department of Finance released its new Population Data and Projections, and American Lung Association released its annual study of air quality.  California again is front and center as the nation's biggest polluter.  Before you pack your bags, there's a lot ...

Ramona Returns

Published on: April 21, 2017
One of California's most unique outdoor entertainment offerings takes place each Spring at the Ramona Bowl in Hemet. California's Official Outdoor Play, RAMONA, began 94 years ago and returns in 2017 for its run from April 22 to May 7. Like Marilyn Monroe's early stint at the Artichoke Queen at Castroville Artichoke Festival in ...

California Bigfoot, UFOs, Crocodiles&#...

Published on: April 20, 2017
Sometimes we just want to believe. Other times we refuse. Recently newspapers announced that California has the most UFO sightings of any place on the planet. Data collectors say a lot of stuff in our skies is unidentified. "People don't care if you're the real deal or not, they just want to believe," says Rob Champion (left photo) who ...

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