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  • Reconnect With The Great Outdoors

    Dramatic desert terrain. Unique marine habitats. Breathtaking coastal scenery. The natural world is on full and glorious display in Baja California Sur -- and in no place is that more true than Los Cabos, at the peninsula's southernmost tip....
  • Come for the beach, stay for the adventure sports

    Harbor Country often is thought of as back-in-the-day beach towns whose names whisper timeless Americana and the comfort of a good B&B. But the southwestern corner of Michigan is morphing into an adventure-sports mecca just 90 minutes from Chicago. "It's...
  • Dangerous quest to surf a hole in the sea

    Dangerous quest to surf a hole in the sea
    The hunt is on. Garrett McNamara hurtles 60 mph down an icy river in the Great Northwest, throttling a 255-horsepower Sea Doo jet ski loaded with surfboards. His 11-year-old son Titus clings to his back, and a reporter clings to Titus' back. McNamara...
  • The Royal Hawaiian rethinks (and re-pinks) its future

    The Pink Palace of the Pacific isn't quite as pink anymore. The signature coral pink facade of the Royal Hawaiian hotel -- as much a part of Waikiki as Diamond Head and beach boys -- hasn't been tinkered with, but a multimillion-dollar renovation has...
  • Mailbag: Council critics aren't majority

    With regard to the question, "Does the current City Council ignore residents' concerns?" ("Boardman is in, DeLong is out," Aug. 12): Whenever a land use issue comes to the council for consideration, those in opposition to it will always be more motivated...
  • Three major storms to bring in serious surf

    Three major storms brewing in the dead center of the Southern Pacific are expected to make their presence felt today, producing high surf that could drum up waves as high as 10 feet at the Wedge and 5- to 7-footers elsewhere along the Balboa Peninsula....
  • Reporter's Notebook: The hidden mysteries

    When I was growing up, scavenger hunts usually entailed frantically rushing from neighbor to neighbor asking for obscure items like colored Q-tips and, as a pre-teen, embarrassing feminine products, but apparently that is a thing of the past....
  • Reconnect with blessing

    Reconnect with blessing
    When the Rev. Christian Mondor began surfing, he was more of a menace to the waves than a blessing of them. The vicar emeritus at Sts. Simon & Jude Catholic Church in Huntington Beach first hit the waves in the late 1930s. At the time, he lacked a...
  • What's hot for fall

    What's hot for fall
    Autumn is here in Laguna! As the days grow crisper, the larger swells roll in and the sunsets turn more colorful, it's time to make a fire, brew something spicy and pull out those cozy knits (and 3/2 fullsuits). For those of you who want to bundle up in...
  • Artcetera

    Laguna Art Museum 307 Cliff Drive (949) 494-8971 http://www.lagunaartmuseum.org Open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Open until 9 p.m. during First Thursdays Art Walk. Admission is $15 for adults and $12 for seniors, students and active military....