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Wetlands

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  • Boardwalk is going nowhere

    Boardwalk is going nowhere
    On a recent sunny afternoon, nature was buzzing around a section of the newly revitalized area of Fairview Park. Birds and other wildlife were all around, sounding off in the trees, ponds and thick brush beyond the manicured walking trails of the park's...
  • Everglades pizza? Python, alligator, frog legs and more on a pie

    Everglades pizza? Python, alligator, frog legs and more on a pie
    The possibilities for topping a pizza are endless. I bet you thought a meat lover's pizza with pineapples, anchovies and clams sounded pretty adventurous. But if you stop into Evan's Neighborhood Pizza in Fort Myers, Fla., you can even ask for a python. ...
  • Man-made wetlands at Fairview Park aid in firefighting effort

    Man-made wetlands at Fairview Park aid in firefighting effort
    Costa Mesa didn't envision a helicopter guzzling more than 8,000 gallons of water from the carefully engineered lakes it christened last year as part of 37 arces of man-made wetlands in Fairview Park, Public Services Director Ernesto Munoz said. But...
  • JC Football: Pirates can't get toe hold

    MOORPARK — Moving the ball down the field did not prove difficult for the Orange Coast College football team during Saturday night's season opener at Moorpark. Getting the ball through the uprights at the end? That was another matter entirely....
  • 2 large yachts get OK to drop anchor

    The Newport Beach Harbor Commission agreed Wednesday to let two large vessels temporarily moor in the harbor. The yachts' permits could be revoked at any time during their stay. The commission voted 5 to 1 — with Karen Rhyne dissenting and...
  • You can see a Nasty Boy at the Allentown Fair

     
    Brian Knobbs, half of the famous Lehigh Valley-grown wrestling tandem known as The Nasty Boys, is at the Allentown Fair throughout the rest of its run to promote Louisiana's new favorite snack -- Swamp Seeds and Swamp Nuts. Knobbs, a celebrity...
  • Tracking Maryland's biodiversity, one creature at a time

    Tracking Maryland's biodiversity, one creature at a time
    Pasadena resident Bill Hubick and Jim Brighton of Easton stand on a wooden overlook at the edge of a shallow pond at Wooten's Landing Park in the Harwood area of southern Anne Arundel. It's silent, except for animals. On a whim, Brighton asks Hubick...
  • Wetlands group sues state agency over access to Annenberg records

    Wetlands group sues state agency over access to Annenberg records
    The Ballona Wetlands Land Trust has sued the California Department of Fish and Wildlife to force resolution of a months-long dispute over access to records related to the Annenberg Foundation's proposal to build an interpretive center in a portion of...
  • Concert review: Honey Island Swamp Band/Tommy Malone at The Social

    Concert review: Honey Island Swamp Band/Tommy Malone at The Social
    “You can’t never have too much Mississippi,” singer-songwriter Tommy Malone advised in the opening moments of his set on Thursday at the Social. Even if his purposely exaggerated accent (can’t would have rhymed with ain’t)...
  • Locarno Film Review: 'Wetlands'

    A ragingly hormonal teen and her accidental "anal fissure" take centerstage in "Wetlands," a high-energy, unapologetically vulgar, take-me-or-leave-me screen version of Anglo-German author Charlotte Roche's controversial worldwide bestseller (a sort of YA...
  • Letters: The Mighty L.A.

    Letters: The Mighty L.A.
    Re “Angelenos' vision of their river is a made-up memory,” Perspective, Aug. 16 Regarding your article on river memories: I was born in Los Angeles in 1939. The first time I saw a river outside of Los Angeles, I said to my parents: “...