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  • Rescuers searching for West Hollywood man who jumped off Venice Pier

     
    Emergency rescue workers were searching Monday morning for a 31-year-old West Hollywood man who disappeared after he jumped into the ocean from the Venice Pier. Brian Patrick Dunn was "highly intoxicated" when he leaped into the water fully clothed...
  • Hotel review: Pacific Edge Hotel in Laguna Beach

    Hotel review: Pacific Edge Hotel in Laguna Beach
    — After a just-completed renovation that can best be described as cheap and cheerful, the former Vacation Village in Laguna Beach is now the Pacific Edge Hotel, the 33rd and most recent property in the Joie de Vivre family of California boutique...
  • Beyond the beach: Try Maui's tropic scape or Point Reyes' dunes

    Beyond the beach: Try Maui's tropic scape or Point Reyes' dunes
    When it comes to long walks on warm, sandy beaches, Southern Californians are spoiled by our many choices. But how about strolling miles of tropical beach? Or sauntering across acres of sand dunes? Or traipsing miles of sandy coast with dramatic vistas...
  • San Antonio: Aquatica water park set to open at SeaWorld

    San Antonio: Aquatica water park set to open at SeaWorld
    Not everything is bigger in Texas. The new Aquatica water park at SeaWorld San Antonio will be one-third the size and cost half as much as the innovative Aquatica water park at SeaWorld Orlando. PHOTOS: Aquatica water park at SeaWorld San Antonio...
  • 12 micro-itineraries for coastal Orange County

    12 micro-itineraries for coastal Orange County
    Hear that? That dull roar, like the sound from inside a shell? That might be the Orange County coastline calling you — 42 miles of beach and beach towns, give or take, from San Clemente to Seal Beach. Follow the advice here, and this coastline...
  • The Kern River

    Kern River In meteorology and hydrology, there are few certainties. One exception may be the Kern River. When the Sierra Nevada gets an above-average snow dump--such as the one that whitened our majestic mountain range this winter--the Kern will surely...
  • In 1946, fame was in the future for several new Santa Monica lifeguards

    In 1946, fame was in the future for several new Santa Monica lifeguards
    IT WAS a moment of beginnings: 14 fresh-faced young men, still wet from the surf, standing ramrod straight at the end of the Santa Monica Pier. It was the start of the summer of '46 and of careers that would make many of them legendary watermen. Surf...
  • Flybys hit too close to home in Hermosa Beach

    Flybys hit too close to home in Hermosa Beach
    Bob Dobry's little plane putt-putted over the coast. Below, three sea kayakers whirled their paddles in figure-eights; from the cockpit, they looked like water bugs scurrying across a pond. It was going to be a sunny day, and Hermosa Beach was already...
  • 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...
  • Did a killer strike twice in 32 years?

    Did a killer strike twice in 32 years?
    Tofino, Canada — For man is born for trouble, and sparks fly upward. — Job 5:7 -- This goes back 35 years. Yet what happened on Radar Beach that summer reverberates even today — kept alive by detectives who came up empty, by living...
  • Surf City tourism is mixed blessing

    Surf City tourism is mixed blessing
    Summertime vacationers lounging on hotel balconies in Huntington Beach can see more than just waves crashing on the city's 8.5-mile ribbon of sand. There are also likely to be paintball warriors, volleyball players, dirt bikers, surf pros and, improbably,...