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Pop & HissAny live music maven in the second decade of the 21st century knows that a plain old rock band has a little problem. Shows have become so elaborate, overstimulating fans with lights shows, props, dancers and other distractions, that three......
NEWPORT BEACH — The big waves are back. Surf was up Tuesday on the Balboa Peninsula and in West Newport, where 6- to 7-foot waves have surfers out in full force, said Jim Turner, the lifeguard battalion chief. It's the best surf since the Fourth...
Tags: Newport Beach, Santa Ana, Windsurfing, Ocean Surfing
His 'Million Charming Creatures' Mixed-media artist Ben Brough will share his recent collection, "A Million Charming Creatures," Saturday through Aug. 26 at the 210 AR4T Space, 210 N. Coast Hwy. The opening event will take place from 7 to 10 p.m. and...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesWhen 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...
Tags: Windsurfing, Defense, Mouth, Los Angeles Times, Bear (animal)
Editor's note: This corrects the cost of attending the Family Fun Fair. When the contestants hit the course at the Huntington Central Park Equestrian Center this weekend, there won't be any grapevines dangling from trees, rivers or fallen logs. But to...
Tags: Justice System, Temecula, Texas, Equestrian, Judges
Three major storms brewing in the dead center of the Southern Pacific are expected to make their presence felt today, producing high surf that could drum up waves as high as 10 feet at the Wedge and 5- to 7-footers elsewhere along the Balboa Peninsula....
Tags: Newport Beach, Weather Warnings, Windsurfing, Weather
L.A. NOWA series of light storms will move into Southern California on Tuesday, bringing light rain and a slight chance of afternoon thunderstorms. The storms will probably sprinkle only about 1/10 of an inch of rain over the Los Angeles area......
Postcards from FloridaThere's a new amenity competing for competition with the casinos in Vegas: The legendary gambling town is now touring its sizzling “pool scene,” an attraction that offers something for folks to do other than soak up the city's nightlife. In...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterKern 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...
Sentinel Travel EditorHey there, hi there, ho there, Disney-philes: It's time to make plans to head for Dearborn, Mich. Why there? Because The Henry Ford, a Dearborn museum, is partnering with Walt Disney Imagineering to present "Behind the Magic: 50 Years of Disneyland."...
OrlandoSentinel.com StaffTyphoon Lagoon features a full day's slate of wild water attractions with that special Disney touch. As the story goes, the park was once a lush tropical resort, until a storm came along and turned the island upside down. As guests enter, they'll...
Tags: Windsurfing, Bodies of Water, Rivers
Special to the TribuneHarbor Country often is thought of as back-in-the-day beach towns whose names whisper timeless Americana and the comfort of a good B&B. But the southwestern corner of Michigan is morphing into an adventure-sports mecca just 90 minutes from Chicago. "It's...
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