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James Tensuan


The Santa Cruz Mystery Spot has been defying the laws of science and puzzling visitors for 75 years. The quirky roadside attraction first opened its (crooked cabin) doors in June of 1941. Ever since, tourists and locals alike have felt the pull of this self-described “gravitationally anomaly.”

Doug McKnight


Clint Eastwood and his first wife Maggie are donating a large piece of land to the Big Sur Land Trust to help create a flood plain and green belt.

Secretary Leon Panetta moderates the final forum on Changing Society, Technology and Media.  Speaking with Secretary Panetta on the topic will be Ted Koppel, former anchor of ABC News’ Nightline; Howard Kurtz, host of FOX News’ Media Buzz and author; and Judy Woodruff, co-anchor and managing editor of PBS NewsHour.

courtesy: Dan White

Camping is an American summer tradition.  But if you are like Santa Cruz author Dan White you both love and hate the experience.  For his new book Under the Stars: How America Fell in Love With Camping, White crisscrossed the nation and delved into the history of camping.   He recently spoke with Rick Kleffel.

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Today the owners of the CEMEX Sand Mine in Marina will miss yet another deadline to formally respond to the California Coastal Commission.  The sand mine has been operating on the coast of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary without a permit, but the Commission only recently took action. 

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