Food & Drink | Bars/Restaurants/Venues

Napa's First Black-Owned Winery Needs To Be On The Top Of Your Wine Tasting List

Brown Estate is the first black-owned winery in Napa Valley, and the tasting room is so chic you're going to freak out over it.

Food & Drink | Coffee

Get to Know Lake Tahoe's Booming SUP-Coffee Shop

Because coffee and SUP in the same sentence just makes sense.

Politics | Politics

Gov. Brown Signs Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher Bill Reforming SANDAG

SACRAMENTO  – (Wednesday, October 11, 2017) – Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill by California State Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher (D-San Diego) that will bring major reforms to San Diego’s regional transportation agency – a huge victory

Sports | Surfing/SUPing

Live Webcast | Pacific Paddle Games Presented by Salt Life

Watch the live webcast of the Pacific Paddle Games presented by Salt Life on Saturday, September 30th and Sunday, October 1st.

Politics | The War On Gender

California first-grader sent to principal's office for misgendering classmate - Washington Times

An elite charter school in California has been rocked by scandal since the end of the last school year, when a kindergarten teacher read her class a pair of books advocating transgender ideology, and a male kindergartener was reintroduced to the class as

News | National News

California eclipse watchers treated after putting sunscreen on eyeballs, report says

Eye doctors in California have reportedly treated several eclipse gazers who put sunscreen in their eyes before looking.

Music | Music

Melvins @ UCLA 1993 (FULL SHOW)

An old Melvins show I filmed. Contact: https://www.facebook.com/HORNSS My videos will NEVER have ads. Don't repost my videos and add ads. "Let the products s...

Music | Music

New film documents the rise of East Bay punk rock

The new documentary film ‘Turn It Around’ chronicles the early days of Bay Area punk rock.

News | News

Victor Davis Hanson: Is California Cracking Up? | Stock News & Stock Market Analysis - IBD

Corporate profits at California-based transnational corporations such as Apple, Facebook and Google are hitting record highs. California housing prices from

News | News

Covered California premiums will rise 12.5%, and Anthem Blue Cross cuts coverage - LA Times

Monthly premiums for California health insurance plans sold under the Affordable Care Act will rise by an average of 12.5% next year, and Anthem Blue Cross plans to end coverage in most of the state.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

'I'm done': Fed up with California, some conservatives look to Texas

Fed up with life in liberal California, some conservatives want out. So they turned to Paul Chabot, a Republican who says he’s discovered the perfect place for them: Collin County in north Texas.

Sports | Surfing/SUPing

Pacific Paddle Games presented by Salt Life

SUP Magazine's Pacific Paddle Games presented by Salt Life, to be held at Doheny State Beach in Dana Point, California, on September 30 to October 1, 2017, will feature pro, open, and distance races, board demos, junior competitions and much more! Vi

Sports | Surfing/SUPing

Top 10 Places to Paddle Board in California - SUP HQ

There’s almost no such thing as beginner awkwardness when paddle boarding because it can be quickly learned in a few hours. Simply stand up and paddle. Sounds pretty easy and is surprisingly the same! You’ll end up wanting more, and so here

Sports | Sailing/Windsurfing/Kiteboarding

The Peconic Puffin Windsurfing Blog

A windsurfing blog focusing on Long Island windsurfing. Stand up Paddling too!

News | That's News to Me

Rescuers pull another body from the Kern River

Authorities pulled another body from the Kern River on Saturday night, the seventh apparent drowning during a treacherous year for the so-called Killer Kern.

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

How Sepulveda Canyon Became the 405

L.A.'s most hated stretch of freeway began as a bucolic country road through the Santa Monica Mountains.

News | News

In This LA Neighborhood, Protest Art Is A Verb

About a third of Boyle Heights' 90,000 residents live below the poverty line. But lower rents have attracted art galleries to the area, and that is drawing the ire of residents and activists.

Entertainment | Humor

A Hilarious Look At the 10 Most White Trash Cities in California

A video summary of the places in California that are perfect for White trash to call home.

Music | Events

Surf Concerts Huntington Beach - Surfing Museum Concert Schedule

The Huntington surfing sunday concerts are held at the HB Surfing Museum and at Pier Plaza. All are free to see.

Entertainment | Music

The Mermen - Krill Slippin' (Live 2016)

The Mermen (http://www.mermen.net) "Krill Slippin'" from _Krill Slippin'_ Don Quixote's International Music Hall, Felton, CA Jim Thomas - Guitar Martyn Jones...

Entertainment | Music

La Luz Live Stream (Live on PressureDrop.tv)

→ PDtv Artist page here: http://pressuredrop.tv/artists/la-luz → Subscribe to our channel: youtube.com/c/PressureDroptv → And go to http://pressuredrop.tv fo...

Entertainment | Music

MERMEN - 02Be My Noir 06/21/1994

Mermen LIVE at the Making Waves Festival 06/21/1994. Shot at Ferry Plaza, SFCA.

Music | Music

Shannon and the Clams Live full set Burger Boogaloo 2016 Oakland

http://www.OutOfFocus.TV - 6/25/16 - Mosswood Park in Oakland, Ca Shannon & The Clams played at the annual Burger Boogaloo. Hosted by John Waters. Thanks to ...

Entertainment | Music

The Trashwomen Live full set Burger Boogaloo 2016 with John Waters and Traci Lords

http://www.OutOfFocus.TV - 6/25/16 - Mosswood Park in Oakland, Ca The Trashwomen played at the annual Burger Boogaloo. Watch until the end to see an amazing ...

Entertainment | Music

The Ghastly Ones - Robot Atomico

From the album called "Unearthed" by The Ghastly Ones Subscribe to my channel if you like my videos.

Music | Music

Turn it Around The Story of East Bay Punk

Mike and Gasia talk live with Corbett Redford, Producer and Director of "Turn it Around: The Story of East Bay Punk."

Entertainment | Music

Jason Lee & the Black Tides - Calypso - Tiki Oasis 2016

Jason Lee & the Black Tides play "Calypso" which will be on their upcoming new album. Jason Hanna is on trumpet with Peachy Punch and Judy Luck dancing For m...

Sports | Cycling

Appetite 4 Adventure Margarita Adventure

Join the guys as the embark on their favorite one day adventurers. This ride isn't about the Strava KOM. This ride is all about good times. The boys start at...

Music | Music

San Diego Punk - Punk Rock!

San Diego Punk covers the local Punk music scene in San Diego, CA. The goal of San Diego Punk will always be to promote our local musicians, artists, and community.

Miscellaneous | The Hometown

Why are doughnut boxes pink? The answer could only come out of Southern California

Everyone in Los Angeles knows what comes in a pink box: doughnuts. But the story behind those boxes is seldom told.

Sports | Cycling


The Grinduro Scotland Experience on The Radavist:

Sports | Surfing/SUPing

Desert Destination | Salton Sea | SUP Magazine

Standup paddlers take a strange journey to the Salton Sea, a place of colorful characters, geological wonders, and the remnants of by-gone vacation hotspot.

Miscellaneous | Places You Can Still Go

Mapping California’s best remaining midcentury motels

Travel back in time to the golden age of motels. These are the ones still standing—and worth visiting.

Food & Drink | Travel

Discover 8 of California’s Best-Kept Secrets

Think you’ve seen all of California? Think again. We traveled to eight different remote locations to showcase some of California’s lesser-known attractions in our Hidden Gems video series. From scenic byways to wine country destinations to historic ho

Food & Drink | Travel

The ultimate guide to Catalina Island

Complete with super-high-speed boat rides, zip line adventures, food frenzies, and all-night bar crawls.

Sports | Surfing/SUPing

A SUP and Camping Adventure on Catalina Island

A spring weekend spent on and below the water off the coast of Southern California.

Miscellaneous | Stuff

Drop Everything: A Permanent Hello Kitty Cafe Has Just Arrived in California | Brit Co

A digital media and commerce company that enables creativity through inspirational content and online classes.

History | Historic Los Angeles

L.A.'s Smoggy Past, in Photos | KCET

Many Southern Californians have only hazy memories of severe smog in the Los Angeles area. Here's a reminder in pictures.

Sports | Surfing/SUPing

The Sunday Sessions: Santa Cruz Downwinder

Riding the 12'6 Bark Contender SUP and the 12' Bark Commander Prone Paddleboard, Morgan Hoesterey and Jack Bark have big fun on one of the best downwind runs...

Sports | Cycling

Chas Christiansen + Matt Reyes

This is "Chas Christiansen + Matt Reyes" by MASH TRANSIT PRODUCTIONS on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

Angeles Crest: The Creation of L.A.’s Highway Into the Heavens

Built between 1929 and 1956, the Angeles Crest Highway forever changed the once-remote mountain backcountry it traverses.

Sports | Cycling

017 - MASH 2015 - Rainier

This is "017 - MASH 2015 - Rainier" by MASH TRANSIT PRODUCTIONS on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Sports | Sailing/Windsurfing/Kiteboarding

2016 Hydrofoil ProTour San Francisco Wrap Up

Happy to present the wrap up video for the HFPT San Francisco, second stop of the tour this year! A MASSIVE thanks to absolutely everyone involved in this ev...

Entertainment | Culture/Art/Random cool stuff

San Diego's Art Scene Can't Stop Asking Itself: 'What's Wrong With Me?' - Voice of San Diego

For years, folks have been organizing panels and discussions on why San Diego doesn't have a more vibrant arts scene. Here are 10 points that continually resurface in the arts world's neverending soul-searching quest.

News | News

Iconic Covina Bowl closing its doors forever

Brunswick Zone Covina Bowl, one of the last mid-century California bowling alleys to survive intact and unscathed, is about to close its doors.The venue, known for

Miscellaneous | Stuff

What's So Alluring About California Style?

How the Golden State dictates what we wear, from Venice Beach to Silicon Valley.

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

Two Amazing Spots to See Tens of Thousands of Monarch Butterflies

Each year hundreds of thousands of monarch butterflies flock to several small groves up and down the state's beachside communities. In turn, locals and tourists come out in droves to witness this wintering spectacle.

Sports | Cycling

Cyclist forced to cling to bridge for dear life after horrible in-race accident

A cyclist made an incredible save to avoid falling 30 feet off a bridge after a horrible accident occurred during a bike race in Califo

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

5 Best Haunted Hiking Trails

Here are the five best haunted hikes in Southern California – for ghost hunters and skeptics alike. Take only photos, and leave only footprints, so the spirits stay wherever they may dwell.

Sports | Cycling

2017 SoCal Fixed Series - PEDAL Consumption

The 2017 SoCal Fixed Series is kicking off next month with a big bang! This year is looking to be a memorable one with the addition of our Attack Category which gives less experienced riders the opportunity to race on a level playing field as...

Sports | Surfing/SUPing

Laguna Sunday

SanO's closed, no waves.....Laguna Beach? Why not! - 1/8/16

Food & Drink | Coffee

13 of the Best Coffee Shops in San Diego to Get Work Done - Things To Do In San Diego

Working from home is an awesome,but sometimes you need to get out of the house. Here are a few of San Diego`s best coffee shops where you can actually get work done.

Food & Drink | Coffee

Buy Fresh Roasted Coffee Beans Online - Bird Rock Coffee Roasters - San Diego - California

Now you can buy some of the finest coffee beans from around the world. Great tasting, high quality, fresh ground or freshly roasted whole bean coffee, delivered direct to your door. Buy coffee products, brewers, gifts, drinkware at birdrockcoffee.com

History | LA History

California Megaflood: Lessons from a Forgotten Catastrophe

A 43-day storm that began in December 1861 put central and southern California underwater for up to six months, and it could happen again

Music | Music

Gabby Gaborno, Lead Singer of Cadillac Tramps, Dead at 51

Mike "Gabby" Gaborno, the lead singer of Cadillac Tramps, has died. He was 51. The news of his death was confirmed today by Eric Von Herzen, Gaborno's former band mate in Santos Y Sinners via Facebook. The note from Von Herzen, who up until recently

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

How Did L.A. Become a City of Palms? And Other Questions About California's Trees

Q&A with historian Jared Farmer, author of "Trees in Paradise: A California History."

Sports | Skating

Catalina Classic Skateboard Race - 1977

Amazing footage of the original Catalina Classic race from 1977. John Hutson won the Downhill, and Bobby Piercy took first in the Slalom. Deanna Calkin was t...

Sports | Snowboarding/Skiing

Catch Final Episode of "Chasing El Niño" | POWDER Magazine

Series concludes with 'Sierra Trifecta'—skiing, climbing and biking—all in one day

Sports | Snowboarding/Skiing

The Big Picture - Move 2

Rossignol presents The Big Picture. The second of our two part mini movie series, Move. Move 2 follows the skiing of Chris Logan, Parker White and friends. Shot…

Pets & Animals | Pets & Animals

New Law: Californians Can Break Into Hot Cars to Save Pets

Gov. Jerry Brown has signed into law a bill that allows Californians to rescue animals trapped in hot cars without fear of prosecution.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

California's parents don't know they have a voice in school spending decisions

Parents in California have a right to help decide how their schools spend money, but many in the state may not know that.

Miscellaneous | Law

What You Need To Know About The California Probate Code - Larsen Law

There are five basic things you should know about the California Probate Code before you finish planning an estate, here's what you need to know.

Food & Drink | Coffee

Rad Coffee Co | Upland CA's first specialty coffee shop!

News | That's News to Me

California becomes first state to formalize the practice of lane splitting - LA Times

Update on 'Essential Politics: Senate leader concerned about legalizing pot, California's 911 system running out of money'

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Why California may not see statewide rules on the use of drones anytime soon

The last time state lawmakers tried to place limits on drones in the skies above California, they were met with  the veto of Gov. Jerry Brown , who said he did not want to create new crimes to enforce bans on the use of such devices.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Huntington Hospital accepts California's end-of-life law

The board of directors of Pasadena’s Huntington Hospital, rejecting the recommendation of the facility’s doctors, has voted to participate in California’s controversial End of Life Option Act, which permits physicians to assist terminally ill patie

Sports | Surfing/SUPing

The SUP Movie | undefined

The most progressive stand up paddle movie ever made follows the world's best as they push the sport forward.

News | Interesting Stories

Huge movement detected near San Andreas fault - AOL

A worrisome new analysis of GPS data has shown new areas of motion near the San Andreas Fault system.

Sports | Cycling

Calleti X Kille - Artist Edition Road Race Special

On February 27, 2016 this Caletti x Kille collaboration was awarded the Best Finish award at the North American Handbuilt Bicycle show. This custom steel, Road Race…

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

You can now hike 67 miles through the Santa Monica Mountains uninterrupted

For more than 50 years, Southern Californians have dreamed of following an uninterrupted trail among the sycamore canyons and sandstone peaks of the Santa Monica Mountains.

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

5 Species You Might Have Mistakenly Thought Were California Natives | KCET

Did you know that all of these animals are exotics that were introduced to California? Some of the entries on this list may surprise you.

Food & Drink | Food

10 Of The Oldest Restaurants In Southern California

Did you know there are restaurants here in SoCal that are over 100 years old? Check out these 10 spots in SoCal that are full of history and full of flavor.

Business & Finance | Business

Forget the Hyperloop: This Startup Is Disrupting Long-Distance Transportation Right Now | Inc.com

A Stanford dropout and serial entrepreneur set out to build a city of remote workers making their living in virtual reality. His far-fetched idea led him to one that's shockingly mundane: A bus between San Francisco and Los Angeles.

Food & Drink | Travel

These 12 Towns In Southern California Have The Best Main Streets You Gotta Visit

These charming main streets in Southern California are perfect for an afternoon stroll.

News | Human Interest Stories

Number of Californians moving to Texas hits highest level in nearly a decade | Fox News

The number of Californians leaving the state and moving to Texas is at its highest level in nearly a decade, according to data from the Internal Revenue Service.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

In first, Israeli drip irrigation to water California's rice | The Times of Israel

Ben-Gurion University and Netafim are teaming up with a large ranch to help the state beat its drought

Music | Music

Smut Peddlers -

http://www.BlankTV.com - Smut Peddlers -

Family & Parenting | Kids

California Student Data Release: Court Changes Course | Patch

Pleasanton, CA - Parents worried about the release of sensitive records sent an avalanche of objection letters to the court.

Pets & Animals | Pets & Animals

California Cat Rescue Lady Cares For More Than 1,000 At A Time

Lynea Lattanzio walked into an animal shelter in 1990 intending to find an animal companion for her father. Instead, she walked out with a box of abandoned kittens, and her life has not been the same since...

News | Local News Articles

California May End Daylight Saving Time - Breitbart

Assemblyman Kansen Chu (D-Milpitas) has proposed Assembly Bill 2496, which would put a halt to Daylight Saving Time in California.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

'Bay Boys' surfer gang cannot block access to upscale beach, Coastal Commission says

For generations, a small group of locals in wealthy Palos Verdes Estates has maintained a reputation for keeping other surfers off Lunada Bay's well-shaped waves.

Politics | Politics

Caltrans seeks 5,000 volunteer motorists for mileage fee pilot program

The California Department of Transportation is seeking 5,000 volunteers for an experimental program that will charge motorists a fee based on how far they drive -- a proposal that could replace the state gas tax as a way to fund highway maintenance and re

News | The News

San Bernardino shooting suspect traveled to Saudi Arabia, was married, appeared to be living 'American Dream,' co-workers say

As the holiday gathering got underway Wednesday morning, Syed Rizwan Farook joined dozens of his colleagues from San Bernardino County's public health department. Farook, an inspector, seemed quiet during the early hours of the event, then vanished just a

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

Griffith Park's Lesser-Known Wonders | Excursions | Travel | KCET

Beat the crowds by visiting these unexpected landmarks, where secrets and mysteries abound.

Politics | Politics

Feinstein breaks with Obama: 'ISIL is not contained'

In a blow to President Barack Obama's strategy with ISIL Sen. Dianne Feinstein broke with him, saying that ISIL is not contained.

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

The 5, the 101, the 405: Why Southern Californians Love Saying 'the' Before Freeway Numbers

How did Southern Californians come to treat their highway route numbers as if they were proper names?

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

The 10 Most Shameful Things to Admit in Los Angeles | L.A. Weekly

Los Angeles is one of the most diverse cities in the world. Unfortunately, that diversity doesn't always extend to its opinions. This is a city that has...

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

The Jewish Press » » Survey: More than 70% Of UC Jews Touched by Anti-Semitism

I heard my friend get called a 'Zionist Kike' by SJP. Today, I was called a 'Kike' on campus by SJP.

Politics | Politics

California's Prop. 47 revolution: Voters were sold a bill of goods

As crime rates rise, Californians are realizing that they were sold a bill of goods on Proposition 47, the 2014 ballot measure that converted some felonies to misdemeanors. The campaign spin was all about reducing the punishment for drug possession. But p

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

Marion's Playground: The Story of the Annenberg Community Beach House | Lost Landmarks | Departures Columns | KCET

Pictures of Marion Davies were everywhere at the lavish beach retreat built by her longtime love William Randolph Hearst.

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

Gov. Brown's link between climate change and wildfires is unsupported, fire experts say - LA Times

The ash of the Rocky fire was still hot when Gov. Jerry Brown strode to a bank of television cameras beside a blackened ridge and, flanked by firefighters, delivered a battle cry against climate change.

Politics | Malfeasance

Jerry Brown Signs Bill Allowing Illegal Immigrants to Vote

California Gov. Jerry Brown signed the New Motor Voter Act, which permits anyone with a driver’s license, even illegal immigrants, to vote.

News | News

Does the UC System Have an Anti-Semitism Problem? | Anthony Berteaux | The Blogs | The Times of Israel

It was her first week back at the University of California, San Diego, and Sara Ahdoot had already become the target of an anti-Semitic attack. A psychology senior at UCSD, Ahdoot had planned to celebrate the start of her last year of undergraduate studies with a bang: by going out to a club.

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

'The Suicide': The Hotel Cecil and the Mean Streets of L.A.'s Notorious Skid Row | Lost Landmarks | Departures Columns |

If you ever want to experience loneliness in the midst of a metropolis, take a trip to the Hotel Cecil in downtown.

Food & Drink | Food

Iconic Neighborhood Restaurants: Burbank | Iconic Neighborhood Restaurants | Food | KCET

With its rich history in the entertainment world, it's easy to find a classic establishment in Burbank that harkens back to the "two martini lunch."

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

No Further West: The Design of Los Angeles Union Station | Los Angeles | Artbound | KCET

A new exhibition at L.A.'s Central Library features the architectural drawings, sketches and blueprints that expressed the calculated vision of Union Station.

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

When San Bernardino Was a Mormon Colony

In 1851, 437 Latter-day Saints set out from the Great Salt Lake City to establish a Mormon foothold in Southern California.

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

In-N-Out's Secret Menu, Ranked

In-N-Out is The Best, and one of the reasons it's The Best is The Secret Menu, which is ubiquitous enough at this point that we probably don't need to tell you what you can get.

Travel | Travel

12 Reasons Why Big Sur Is The Greatest Place On The Planet

If you've been there, you already know. Take a #76Longcut and enjoy the scenery, the open road, and your car...

Sports | Surfing/Skating/SUPing

6 Vibrant Photos of Surfing Culture at Its Peak

From the shores of Hawaii to the California coast, no other sport captures our imagination quite like surfing. And no photographer understood the bliss of nailing a perfect wave quite like LeRoy Grannis, who chronicled the scenes in California and Hawaii in the early 1960s.

Travel | Travel

Six hotels that will give you a free ticket to Disneyland - LA Times

These Costa Mesa hotels have a present for Disneyland fans during the theme park's 60th anniversary: a free adult ticket to Disneyland or California Adventure for those who stay at least two nights by early September.  1. Avenue of the Arts Wyndh

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

Marina del Rey: Southern California's Comeback Kid: [CITY] Features Article by 10Best.com

Marina del Rey sits among some of the most sought-after communities in southern California: Santa Monica, Venice and Playa del Rey, to name a few. Despite turning 50 this year, this spot is turning even more heads and attracting even more visitor

Travel | Travel

11 must-see San Francisco destinations that most people don't know about

A few spots you need to check out next time you're in San Francisco. Or, with Google Maps, you can pay a visit from your computer browser.

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

Photos: How Oil Wells Once Dominated Southern California's Landscape | LA as Subject | SoCal Focus | KCET

Ever since oil was discovered near downtown L.A. in 1892, extracting petroleum from the land beneath has been a major part of the Southern California economy.

News | News

New York, California Will Keep Iran Sanctions: Legislators - Breitbart

The States of New York and California have no intention of complying with the Iran deal's requirement that state and local governments lift their own sanctions against the Iranian regime.

News | That's News to Me

California wildfire jumps Interstate 15 in Cajon Pass

View the California wildfire jumps Interstate 15 in Cajon Pass photo gallery on Yahoo News. Find more news related pictures in our photo galleries.

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

$1.3 Billion L.A. River Habitat Restoration Plan Unanimously Approved in D.C.

The $1.3 billion river habitat restoration plan was unanimously approved this morning by the Civil Works Review Board of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Washington D.C.

Entertainment | Entertain Me

Tom Selleck Accused of Stealing Truckloads of Water for His Avocado Ranch - Yahoo Celebrity

From Yahoo Celebrity: Tom Selleck has been accused of stealing water from a hydrant to keep his 60-acre Westlake Village ranch alive amid California's drought — details

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

California's black license plates are back in production

The black license plates used on California cars from 1963 to 1969 are back, thanks to a piece of legislation sponsored by Los Angeles Assemblyman Mike Gatto and 7,500 paying customers.

Family & Parenting | Kids

Best Family Beaches In Southern California

There’s nothing like a sunny Southern California day at the beach. Half of the challenge is in knowing where to go.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

10 Los Angeles Renters' Rights Your Landlord Doesn't Want You to Know

Los Angeles has the highest percentage of renters of any major US metro area at 53.1 percent, according to the most recent Census data. And how many of those...

Politics | Seriously???

Calling America 'Land of Opportunity' offensive, University of California warns professors | Fox News

Phrases such as “America is the land of opportunity” and “America is a melting pot are micro-aggressions that could leave some students feeling discriminated against, according to a new faculty training guide put out by the University of California

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

Last House Standing on Bunker Hill | LA as Subject | SoCal Focus | KCET

By 1969, bulldozers had cleared Bunker Hill of its Victorian mansions. Steam shovels had shaved 30 feet off its summit. Only one stubborn house remained.

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

Great Hikes: The Murphy Ranch Trail | Hiking | SoCal Wanderer | KCET

Explore the ruins of the Pacific Palisades ranch that was meant to be a Nazi encampment.

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

The Lost Canals of Venice of America [Expanded] | LA as Subject | SoCal Focus | KCET

The seven original canals of Venice, California, are lost to history -- long ago filled in, paved over, and converted into residential streets.

Health & Fitness | Health & Fitness Info

Assisted-death bill approved by California Senate - LA Times

After a debate marked by raw and personal tales of loss, the state Senate on Thursday advanced a proposal to allow terminally ill Californians to end their lives with drugs prescribed by physicians.

Politics | Politics

Why Fast Food Workers Might Not Want a $15 Minimum Wage | TIME

A new report shows how fast food restaurants in New York would react to a $15 minimum wage.

News | Interesting Links

Continental Collision Could Trigger California Tsunami - Yahoo News

From Yahoo News: Massive undersea earthquakes off the coast of California could send a tsunami crashing into Los Angeles or San Diego, new research suggests. As the North American and Pacific tectonic plates grind past each other, large chunks of Earth's

Politics | Seriously???

In Davis, offering a kid a soda is about to be illegal - SFGate

In a novel approach to fighting childhood obesity, the Davis City Council voted unanimously this week to approve an ordinance making milk and water the default options for kids’ meals — a victory for parents who want to shield children from sugary bev

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

L.A.'s Historic Hiking Destinations | Hiking | SoCal Wanderer | KCET

There are plenty of Los Angeles hikes for those that enjoy a bit of beautiful decay.

Politics | Immigration

CA Legislature Offers $1 Billion to Extend Obamacare to Illegal Aliens - Breitbart

The California Senate’s Appropriations Committee passed SB 4, giving health care to all illegal/undocumented aliens and costing $1 billion.

News | The News

Restaurant Trend: Waiters Tips to Pay for Minimum Wage Hike

Sacramento restaurants solved the problem of increased labor costs inflicted on them from California's new minimum wage increase by taking a slice of waiters and waitresses tips.

Politics | The War On Gender

California Gov. Brown signs bill deleting ‘husband,’ ‘wife’ from marriage law

California Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law Monday a bill that deletes the terms “husband” and “wife” from the state’s marriage law and replaces it with “spouse” in order to accommodate same-sex marriages.

Travel | Travel

Hotel California? No Thanks. Pass on CA for a Cheap Hotel This Summer | Hipmunk

No surprises here, the average price of California hotels is the highest you'll find when booking your summer vacation this year.

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

Top 5 Beach Camping Sites in California | Camping | SoCal Wanderer | KCET

Pitch a tent and watch the sunset from any of these glorious beach camping sites.

News | News

Lawsuit spells out 'nightmare' for California man accused without evidence | WashingtonExaminer.com

Nightmare. That's how Scott Hounsell, the former executive director of the Republican Party of Los Angeles County, describes the ordeal he went through two years ago, and is still trying to recover from today. It was the most — the scariest, most devast

Politics | Politics

Drought shaming targets wealthy California water wasters who have lush lawns

California is struggling through its fourth year of a devastating drought, but that has not stopped every one from reducing their water consumption.

News | The News

Sandra Fluke: ‘‘I’d rather be a captive Nigerian girl than touched by a Republican’’

Sandra Fluke says the kidnapped Nigerian school girls are in better hands of Islamic extremists than they would be with Republicans in the U.S.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

How Israeli Desalination Technology Is Helping Solve California’s Devastating Drought

California will desalinate seawater in a $1 billion project involving Israeli engineers, after Israel established itself as a desalination powerhouse.