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25 Jan, 2010


Posted by: Beach Reporter In: beaches| california| events

DAVE BUFFETT–Saving the Ocean One Cart At a Time
By C.  MacDonald
Dave Buffett got fed up when he was jogging  in Seal Beach and saw broken grocery carts in the water and stuck in the rocks of the San Gabriel River. So he did something about it–started pulling them out piece by piece. That was 10 [...]

Universal Studios Hollywood, CA–Salute to Educators program that will run through March 31, 2010, invites all California educators to receive a free theme park admission ticket!  Eligible educators can also enjoy a 50 percent savings on the purchase of up to three additional general admission tickets for friends and family. General admissions does not qualify [...]

CARLSBAD, CA– An extremely popular band capturing the great sounds in tunes by Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson,  is back. Cowboy Jack provides a night of entertainment at Hennessey’s Restaurant and Tavern where you can take a date, grab a meal, and enjoy a brew or fresh cocktail.   The vintage [...]

Remember the huge fight over the use of military sonar in the Pacific? Activists lost the war in protecting whales off the coast of California when the issue made its way to the courts, and a judge ruled Navy sonar testing and training off Southern California, the Gulf of Mexico, Hawaii and parts of the [...]

25 Jan, 2010

Long Beach Grand Prix Track Ride with Dan Wheldon

Posted by: Beach Reporter In: beaches| california| events

Are you longing for a ride around the Long Beach Grand Prix race track with a real cutie patootie race car driver, Dan Weldon? (Cutie patootie describes someone so cute, that the word cute, itself, morphs into something cuter to describe such a guy.) The Grand Prix will be held from April 16-18, 2010.
The Race [...]

You can go eat your way through the LA Farmers Market, but for $49, a food tour introduces you to some “around the world” foods you might not otherwise check out. Oftentimes you’ll meet the owner, as well, in this 3.5 hour tour that travels on foot approx. 1 mile on flat ground, and stops [...]

25 Jan, 2010

Is California the Bigfoot Epicenter?

Posted by: Beach Reporter In: beaches| california

If you’ve driven through the redwood forests of Northern California, the signs of Bigfoot or Sasquatch are everywhere.  There’s even a Bigfoot Scenic Byway, an 89-mile road that spans Six Rivers National Forest, Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forests, and Klamath National Forest, all in California.
There are numerous organizations documenting and mapping Bigfoot sightings that are abundant [...]



  • Jesse: It was a great day all over Southern California. All the fans wore their jersey and hats to the beach. Even little kids showed their pride for L.A.'s
  • Lisa: OHh.. I wanna do hair for this event next time! =)
  • Herb Spitzer: Surfer/Guitarist Ray Spitzer passed away 6/18/10. He is survived by his wife and 2 childern. Ray had been battling cancer in his back for years. He wo