Mandy Ferreira, Sunset Magazine Updated 4:00 am PDT, Saturday, July 6, 2019 Stay the night outdoors without spending a dime. These no-fee campgrounds and hidden spots are free and completely legal Stay the night outdoors without spending a dime. These no-fee campgrounds and hidden spots are free and completely legal Photo: Courtesy Of Sunset Photo: Courtesy Of Sunset Image 1 of / 7 Caption Close Image 1 of 7 Stay the night outdoors without spending a dime. These no-fee campgrounds and hidden spots are free and completely legal Stay the night outdoors without spending a dime. These no-fee campgrounds and hidden spots are free and completely legal Photo: Courtesy Of Sunset 32 Best Free Camping Sites 1 … [Read more...] about 32 Best Free Camping Sites
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On April 11, 1769, the Spaniards did not look like conquerors. Entering San Diego Bay aboard the San Carlos and its sister ship, the San Antonio, they were weary, hungry and sick. “When the ships pulled in, that’s what our ancestors saw -- just other humans, humans who were suffering from hunger and thirst,” said Erica Pinto, the Jamul Indian Village’s tribal chairwoman. “We welcomed them and we fed them.“After that, everything started to go downhill for us.”On Thursday, San Diego’s 250th anniversary commemorations began with ceremonies near the historic landing site, at the present-day Embarcadero Marina Park North. While many hail these long-ago soldiers, missionaries and settlers as the founders of California’s first permanent city, the region’s Indians have a different view. “It’s not a founding,” said Stan Rodriguez, director of the Kumeyaay Community College and a member of the Iipay Nation of Santa … [Read more...] about Something to celebrate? Indians’ conflicted feelings about San Diego’s 250th birthday
By From Staff Reports | The Press-EnterprisePUBLISHED: April 13, 2018 at 3:46 pm | UPDATED: March 28, 2019 at 2:53 pm Sure, you hear all about the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival — it’s so well-known in pop culture it even got a mention in “Black Panther” — but what does it look actually like to be AT Coachella? Scroll through our images below from our photographers are on the field. We’ll be updating this gallery throughout the weekend. The sky opens above Supernova art installation as festival goers attend Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, Calif. on Sunday, April 15, 2018. (Photo by Watchara Phomicinda, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG)A festival goer crowd surfs as FIDLAR perform on the Mojave Stage during Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, Calif. on Sunday, April 15, 2018. (Photo by Watchara Phomicinda, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG) SoundThe gallery will resume … [Read more...] about Coachella 2018: These photos show you what it actually looks like to be at the festival
By Brooke Staggs | [email protected] | Orange County RegisterPUBLISHED: January 13, 2019 at 6:00 am | UPDATED: January 14, 2019 at 11:22 am A quarter century has passed, but David Miller will never forget the sound. “It was like there was a freight train under my house,” he said, recalling the moment 25 years ago Thursday, Jan. 17, when the Earth’s plates suddenly slipped along a previously unknown fault 11 miles beneath his Prairie Street home in Northridge. Firefighters work to free trapped residents at the Northridge Meadows Apartments on Reseda Blvd in Northridge CA. (Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Firefighters examine the bottom floor of the Northridge Meadows apartments searching for victims. (Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsEmergency workers remove a survivor from the first floor of the Northridge Meadows. (Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Fire and rescue vehicles fill the street in front of the Northridge Meadows apartment … [Read more...] about 25 years after the Northridge earthquake, another one could hit ‘any time.’ Are we safer?
By Todd Harmonson | [email protected] | Orange County Register PUBLISHED: December 21, 2018 at 6:46 am | UPDATED: December 26, 2018 at 2:30 pm Orange County is loaded with influencers, from people who are determined to end homelessness to billionaire philanthropists and perhaps the best two-way baseball player since Babe Ruth. The Orange County Register again has selected the 100 Most Influential People in Orange County, and some of the choices will be exactly who you’d expect. Others, however, will surprise and maybe even delight. And, yes, we know there are many incredibly influential people who did not make the list for 2018. It’s not that they suddenly lost influence or did anything wrong. We try to spotlight people who help us understand the year and we try to mix in new faces. Let’s put it this way: Mike Trout has been influential every year for the Angels, but this time he did not make the list. Shohei Ohtani, however, did. So did some people you never … [Read more...] about Most Influential 2018: Meet the top 100 influencers in Orange County