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  • Evolution Valley backpack

     
    Right hand jammed in my shorts pocket, collar of my Buzz Off shirt pulled up past my chin, and cuff tight over my left hand — which was gripping a fly rod, only fingertips exposed — I made my way......
  • 'The Bachelorette': Booze, boys and hot molten lava

     
    Monday on "The Bachelorette"… Kasey shows Ali his tattoo! I'm so excited, but I'm so, so scared. My friend Alex suggests that he deserves his own drinking game -- a shot every time Kasey uses the words "protect" and "guard"......
  • 2 Desert Hot Springs officers charged with excessive force for allegedly Tasering unarmed suspects

     
    A Desert Hot Springs police officer and a former officer have been charged with using excessive force when they stunned three unarmed suspects, two of whom were handcuffed, federal prosecutors said Tuesday. Officer Anthony Sclafani, 40, and former officer...
  • Author and 1960s icon George B. Leonard dies

     
    George B. Leonard, an editor and writer for Look Magazine whose ideas helped spur the '60s counterculture movement, has died. He was 86. Reporting in California in 1965, Leonard had a meeting of the minds with Michael Murphy, co-founder of......
  • Glen Ivy Hot Springs celebrates 150th anniversary with spa deals

     
    The waters at Glen Ivy Hot Springs have beckoned Southern California day-trippers since President Lincoln was in office. Beginning Jan. 1, the day spa in Corona is celebrating 150 years since its founding. Before Burke Williams and others populated...
  • Entries welcome for annual Yellowstone photo festival

     
    Shutterbugs of all types are invited to submit photos for the eighth annual Yellowstone Fall Photo Festival, taking place Sept. 30 at Yellowstone National Park. Entries previously restricted to images from Yellowstone can be from any of the nearly 400.......
  • Visiting Glenwood Springs, Colo.

    Visiting Glenwood Springs, Colo.
    If you go THE BEST WAY TO DENVER From LAX, United, Southwest, American and Frontier offer nonstop service to Denver; Southwest offers direct service (stop, no change of plane); and US Airways, United, Southwest, American and Delta offer connecting...
  • Wineries fill the lodging gap with style in Paso Robles

    On one corner of Paso Robles' main square—a charming place with a park and gazebo at its heart and a sweet mix of historic buildings, wine-tasting rooms and boutiques at its edges—is a clock tower shaped like an acorn. It is meant as a tribute...
  • Steep trek to the pools

    The Iva Bell (Fish Creek) Hot Springs are 13 miles into the backcountry from the Red's Meadows resort behind Mammoth Mountain. During the summer, a shuttle bus runs from Mammoth several times a day to Red's from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily. Wilderness...
  • Shaky legs, biting bugs

    Shaky legs, biting bugs
    When your grown son, who is half your age, invites you to hike the same mountains where you hefted him and his pack many years ago, see it as payback. It's youth saying to age, "Thanks, Pop. Now let me carry your pack over the big hill." Hadn't I...
  • In Corona, a bumper crop of bigger homes

    Corona, once nicknamed "the lemon capital of the world," seems poised to add a new citrus title: Orange County East. This city on the western edge of Riverside County is being transformed by an influx of émigrés from coastal communities who want more...