On the Lost Coast, a lawless California state park has been overtaken by off-roading, fireworks and raves
“You’re dealing with a pretty hard-core group and it will take a tremendous effort to get it back in order.”
‘The forest is a therapist’
On how I tried to remain skeptical about forest bathing, and failed.
Her tribe was evicted from Yosemite. Now her daughter protects it from wildfires.
Helen Coats was one of the last members of the Paiute tribe to live inside Yosemite National Park.
What Happened on Howard Street
The story of how the criminal justice system failed a Black teenager in Eureka, California.
Dinner from the Dock
During the pandemic, seafood sales are surging at Woodley Island Marina.
Op-Ed: Lesotho Too
The epidemic of sexual violence against women in Lesotho, Africa, is arguably the worst in the world. But it is rarely reported.
Two Wheels vs. Four
Always warm and flat as an ironing board, South Florida should be a cycling paradise. Instead, it’s one of the most dangerous places in the U.S. to ride a bike.
The Death & Life of Coral Reefs
In South Florida and around the world, coral reefs are in trouble. But scientists are fighting back – and in some cases, divers can help.
A Life Aquatic
For Diana Garcia Benito, probing the ocean floor for undiscovered sea creatures was a lifelong dream. Her single-minded quest to get there became her greatest adventure.
The Wizard Behind the Curtain
When you gasp in wonder at a Strip show illusion, that’s the magic of Thom Rubino. Thom who? Exactly?
The Legend of Malacrianza
In Costa Rican bullfighting, many toros have come and gone, but none has achieved the legendary status of Malacrianza.
Standing Next to Greatness
In my parents’ living room there’s a collection of University of Florida Gators football paraphernalia they like to call “The Shrine.” They have the shrine because my brother Alex played on the team. Well, sort of.
A Clown is Born
The best performances come out of exploring psychological material — in most cases the darker stuff — for entertainment value. Call it clown therapy.
Too Cute to Shoot?
The adoring public may have a problem with what San Francisco has in store for its troublesome invaders, the sea lions.
A world-famous pick-up artist tried to teach single women to attract decent guys in San Francisco. It was harder than he thought.
Deanna Johnson testified against a murderer to save her son. But in the projects, truth comes at a price.
Rebreathe Deep the Gathering Doom
Zak Jones had an affinity for a newer piece of scuba equipment growing in popularity with experienced divers. His death is making an entire industry nervous.