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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!

19February

Massive Cargo Ship-A Firs...

Massive Cargo Ship-A First for Long Beach By C. MacDonald LONG BEACH--One of the World’s largest container cargo ships made its first visit to the Port of Long Beach yesterday drawing amazement from everyone who saw it. “It’s ...
07September

Weekend Coming Up Roses i...

If there is one place that says "rose", California is its name. Roses grow abundantly and thrive in our state, cities are named after them, and parades and festivals celebrate them. This weekend you can get up ...
15November

Wacky Doo Dah

Less than 7 weeks ahead of the world's most watched annual parade in Pasadena the irreverent, wacky and unpredictable Doo Dah Parade on Nov.20, 2016 at 11 a.m. takes to portions of the same street (Colorado Blvd.) ...

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Fireworks Finale Among Free Music Even...

Published on: August 15, 2018
REDLANDS, CALIF. -- Redlands Symphony Orchestra Finale with Fireworks at Redlands Bowl on August 17 concludes the 2018 season with acclaimed Rufus Choi playing Piano Concerto No.2 by Rachmaninoff, followed by Beethoven's famed Symphony No.5. In a grand tradition, the evening closes with a brilliant burst of fireworks. There is no admission charge and no ...

Zucchini Capital of California Celebra...

Published on: August 14, 2018
HAYWARD, CALIF. -- It's a Zucchini Festival weekend Aug.18-19, 2018! Fun Fests & Events Date is Aug.18 unless otherwise noted: ALAMEDA: The Color Run BAKERSFIELD: Ice Cream Zoofari BRIDGEVILLE: Bridgefest & Flying Saucer Contest BRISBANE: Star City Music Festival BURLINGAME: Burlingame On the Avenue Aug.18-19 CAMARILLO: Wings Over Camarillo Aug.18-19 CHULA VISTA: Chula Vista Harbor ...

BridgeFest, Where Aliens and Earthling...

Published on: August 13, 2018
I've got to stop reading those British tabloids. Though they are incredibly entertaining, they can suck you into hours of clicking "news stories" that stretch the mind and imagination. Today something called "Metro" in the UK had two UFO stories listed: "The laptop of a British UFO hunter was reportedly 'wiped clean' before being handed ...

It’s All About the Air

Published on: August 12, 2018
Pictured is Wings Over Camarillo Air Show Air has been a hot topic recently. In addition to smoke and moderate-to-unhealthy air quality throughout California from a number of fires (including the state's biggest ever,) the air, itself, has has been quite different at Southern California beaches this summer. Normally known for pleasant, semi-arid weather, the dew ...

New Halloween Attraction at San Franci...

Published on: August 11, 2018
Terror Vault debuts October 10-November 3, 2018 at San Francisco Mint. San Francisco is known for its haunted Alcatraz but an equally deserving structure is the setting for a scary adventure this Halloween. The San Francisco Mint was opened in 1854 to serve the gold mines of the California Gold Rush as a branch ...

America’s Oldest Performing Musi...

Published on: August 10, 2018
By Chris MacDonald Anaheim's Elmer Thill, 104, never misses a beat when he plays clarinet. When he was 13, his music teacher said, 'Elmer, why don't you play this clarinet and you'll live a long life!' Now, 91 years later, he's still electrifying crowds with his musical mastery, effervescence and stage presence. The active Anaheim Rotary ...

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