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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!

24June

Cool Cars, Hot Summer Day...

Cool car shows for hot summer days include Woodies on the Wharf June 27, 2015 on the Santa Cruz Wharf. See santacruzwoodies.com Other cool shows: LANCASTER: Thunder on the Lot June 26-28, 2015 at Lancaster Park, thunderonthelot.com PINOLE: Car Show ...
16January

Quirky Places to Tie the ...

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 ...
16December

Livermore, Home to Liverm...

Livermore, California is probably one of the smartest cities in the nation. Over 7,000 people go to work each day there, earning their living by researching, inventing and thinking. It is only one of two ...

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Thanksgiving Feasts for Beasts

Published on: November 14, 2019
From a pumpkin smash to a feast for beasts, California zoos give their animals special treats on Thanksgiving and you're invited to share in the holiday blessings. While many zoos are simply open on Thanksgiving, several have made it a special holiday for both humans who visit and the creatures in their care. Here are few ...

California Gingerbread Craze

Published on: November 13, 2019
Some of us eat gingerbread cookies all year long (Trader Joe's triple ginger snaps are my favorite!) Ginger is said to help digestion and aid travelers who feel sea sick. Some take it to help ease nausea during chemo treatments. Each year around November California's some talented hotel and theme park chefs plan their strategies to ...

Californians Gotta Laugh – Don&#...

Published on: November 12, 2019
2019 brings much joy and a little sadness to the comedy world when a San Francisco entertainment staple, Beach Blanket Babylon, shutters its doors at Club Fugazi on Green Street. After 45 years, 17,216 performances and 6.5 million visitors, San Francisco's longest-running musical revue says farewell in December 2019. It's seasonal holiday show sold out as soon ...

Some California Christmas Trains Alrea...

Published on: November 11, 2019
You never know how popular train rides are until you offer visitors the opportunity to ride a train with a Christmas theme, Santa on-board, and other experiences such as a licensed production of The Polar Express offered in Perris and Fillmore this year. In fact, SeeCalifornia.com checks earlier & earlier each year (right after Halloween) and ...

Lighten Up!

Published on: November 10, 2019
Two illuminating events this week left to right: 1. Manhattan Beach "Sunset through the Light Gate" takes place every November 14th when artwork made of glass, laminated with prismatic lighting film, creates rich and varied effects with the sun shining through Light Gate's keyhole. 2. Beverly Hills BOLD Holiday Lighting Celebration kicks off more than a month of ...

Campbell, CA Once a Top Fruit Producer...

Published on: November 09, 2019
Pictured: Book cover of Images of America - Campbell, shows workers spreading fruit for they drying yard; Emory Poston takes Gordon Ainsley for a boat ride on Harrison Avenue opposite the Ainsley Cannery during Campbell's 1911 flood; Okida General Store operated by the Okida brothers on Campbell Avenue circa 1908-1911; Campbell Avenue looking west circa ...

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