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"Montauk - The End,'' proclaims the bumper sticker, a sentiment that captures the delight people find in the ocean-kissed shores and rolling green hills of Long Island's most way-out community. Three-hundred-eighty-four years after Dutch explorer Adrian Block landed there, Montauk as it was survives more or less intact. Though it is a magnet for tourism and a world-class fishing mecca, better than half its 10,000 acres remain as public lands.
Photo: A postcard view of Montauk's most recognized symbol; the lighthouse began working in 1796, six years after George Washington signed the order to build it. (The Montauk Point Lighthouse Museum)
"Montauk - The End,'' proclaims the bumper sticker, a sentiment that captures the delight people find in the ocean-kissed shores and rolling green hills of Long Island's most way-out community. Three-hundred-eighty-four years after Dutch explorer Adrian Block landed there, Montauk as it was survives more or less intact. Though it is a magnet for tourism and a world-class fishing mecca, better than half its 10,000 acres remain as public lands.
Photo: A postcard view of Montauk's most recognized symbol; the lighthouse began working in 1796, six years after George Washington signed the order to build it. (The Montauk Point Lighthouse Museum)
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  • Mystery Creature Washes Ashore in Seal Beach

    Mystery Creature Washes Ashore in Seal Beach
    SEAL BEACH, Calif. (KTLA) -- An unidentified creature was discovered Wednesday by a woman taking her daily walk along the shore in Seal Beach. Karen Summers says she animal corpse didn't look like anything she had ever witnessed. She called officials...