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  • 03.24.11

    Gray Area
    Northern migrating gray whales are making a splash this spring. Here are three premier places for spotting spouts without leaving land. Good cetaceans!
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  • 03.17.11

    Play Misty
    Although there’s rain in this weekend’s forecast, don’t pull the covers over your head. Here are three great ways to spend a stormy day—weather not permitting!
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  • 03.10.11

    Winter Wind Down
    With winter wrapping up, now’s a good time to take a breather Bay Area-style. Here are three ways to relax your bones before springing forward.
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  • 03.3.11

    H2 Oh!
    Recent rains don’t have to put a damper on things: local waterfalls and creeks just got a major boost. Grab your hiking boots and some pals, and go to the flow!
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  • 02.24.11

    Scene Stealers
    The Academy Awards are this Sunday, but you don’t have to go to Tinseltown for cinematic excellence. Here are three ways to enjoy local spots that made their way to the big screen. And—action!
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  • 02.17.11

    Presidential Sweet

    This Presidents' Day weekend, step out your back door for some close-to-home adventures. Here are a few ways to seize the holiday!  

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  • 02.10.11

    Ready for Romance

    Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Still haven’t got a plan? Here are three alfresco ways to set the mood without a box of chocolate.

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  • 02.3.11

    South Lake Surprise

    South Lake Tahoe has an ace up its sleeve: miles of cross-country skiing, hidden lakes for snowshoeing and quiet retreats for capturing winter sunsets. Double down for Tahoe’s secret south scene.

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