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  • The lure of Mauna Kea

    The lure of Mauna Kea
    HILO, Hawaii — About 11,000 feet up Mauna Kea, a dormant volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii, a plaintive-looking young couple stood by the side of the road, their thumbs thrust out. Tied around the woman's waist was a yellow sweater as bright as...
  • Hawaii 101

    Hawaii 101
    California has been enamored of Hawaii since the 1860s, when a Sacramento reporter named Mark Twain rhapsodized about the Sandwich Islands’ “balmy airs.” The romance remains hot. California sends more tourists to Hawaii than any state or...
  • New images from JPL's UAVSAR, the radar that sees through trees

    New images from JPL's UAVSAR, the radar that sees through trees
    NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory may be most famous for sending Curiosity to Mars and Voyager to the edge of the solar system, but some of its coolest technology is being used right here on Earth. For the last month, a manned C-20A aircraft owned by...
  • Iceland: A photographer's dream

    Iceland: A photographer's dream
    You can see icebergs in the Antarctic, geysers in Yellowstone, waterfalls almost anywhere, volcanoes in the Russian Kamchatka. You can see whales and puffins in plenty of places, including the U.S. But you can see all of this and more at one time in...
  • PASSINGS: Alphonsus 'Arrow' Cassell, James Winner

    PASSINGS: Alphonsus 'Arrow' Cassell, James Winner
    Alphonsus Cassell Soca musician of 'Hot Hot Hot' fame Alphonsus "Arrow" Cassell, 60, a soca musician who won global fame with his 1982 hit "Hot Hot Hot," died Wednesday of complications from brain cancer at his home on the Caribbean island of...
  • Enjoying California's volcanic legacy

    Enjoying California's volcanic legacy
    The Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway yawns languidly for 500 miles from the southern reaches of California's Cascade Range to lower Oregon. The landscape is at once harsh and ridiculously beautiful, crafted by the alchemy of volcanic eruptions and the...
  • Mexico volcano spews gas, ash; authorities raise alert

     
    Mexico's Popocatepetl volcano has ramped up activity in recent days, spewing ash and gas and prompting authorities to raise the alert level for neighboring communities in the states of Mexico, Morelos, Tlaxcala and Puebla....
  • Death toll is 2 in Mexico quake; volcano rumor quelled

     
    Two people have died after last week's large earthquake in Mexico, the first casualties reported since the magnitude 7.4 quake shook densely populated Mexico City and damaged thousands of homes across several southern states....
  • Alaska's Cleveland Volcano sends cloud of ash across Aleutians

     
    Volcanic eruption: The eruption of Cleveland Volcano in Alaska's Aleutian Islands sends a plume of ash 15,000 feet into the air....
  • The radical landscape paintings of Mexico's Dr. Atl

     
    "Dr. Atl: Masterpieces" at the Centro Cultural Universitario Tlatelolco just north of downtown Mexico City is the first retrospective on Dr. Atl in Mexico in 27 years, meaning a generation of art lovers could get to know his work in depth for the first...
  • Gorilla trek [Journey to Rwanda]

     
    Sue Horton, Op-Ed and Sunday Opinion editor of The Times, is in Rwanda on a two-week Gatekeeper Editor fact-finding trip organized by the International Reporting Project. She is chronicling her trip on the Opinion L.A. blog. We were outside the......