The year was a seminal one for the desert resort town; 50 years on, it's still a swingin' time.
In January, Fidel Castro takes over Cuba.
Some friends think I'm nuts for living in the high desert. Why, they wonder, do I put up with the howling wind, devilish heat and beige...
About 300 miles northeast of Los Angeles, vast Death Valley National Park is a place of extremes: hottest, driest, lowest. Amid its timeless...
Two Anza-Borrego Desert State Park visitors get an early start on a viewing season expected to yield a riot of color.
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Big Bear is combining the sweet cool of its mountain lake with the exploding popularity of stand-up paddleboarding, or SUPs, in a series...
It’s a milestone week at one of California’s most famous landmarks: Cash is no longer accepted at the Golden Gate Bridge.