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  • Judge's order stalls contested Malibu Lagoon restoration project

     
    “The project would damage various types and species of flora and fauna, several of which are endangered,” Judge Goldsmith wrote in the order. “Birds in the area, some of which are endangered, would be deprived of food sources found in...
  • Surfrider event at Ponce Inlet on Saturday for International Surfing Day

     
    There's an unofficial holiday, usually timed around the summer solstice, called International Surfing Day. On Saturday, to mark the occasion, will be the 5thannual Eco-Surf Clinic, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Lighthouse Point Park in Ponce Inlet. Kids...
  • Weekend outlook: flat surf, possible thunderstorms

     
    Nothing like a nice swim in the ocean to cool off from these blisteringly hot days. There was a moderate swell during the week, but that has slacked off and the surf is flat again, said Brevard County Ocean Rescue Chief Jeff Scabarozi. For much of summer,...
  • Artist agrees to move 'Surfing Madonna' mosaic that surprised and stirred Encinitas

     
    The artist whose "Surfing Madonna" mosaic surprised and charmed a portion of the populace in the San Diego suburb of Encinitas has agreed to pay the cost of removing it from public property, as well as other costs that could......
  • Friday Five: 5 family-friendly movies

     
    Looking for something inexpensive to do this weekend? How about a family movie night? Grab some popcorn and one of these favorite family flicks: 1) “Star Wars: Episode V — The Empire Strikes Back” (1980): Personally, I hate science...
  • Weekend outlook: hot days, gentle surf, cooler ocean

     
    Local lifeguards say it's been a relatively slow week at the beach. Crowds have been light and there has been little news, save for a drowning at Canaveral National Seashore. Heat has been the big issue with a few cases of heat stroke among beachgoers,...
  • Weekend outlook: hot and moderate ocean swell

     
    The summer season is starting to wind down, now that Central Florida students are heading back to school. This past week has been quiet at local beaches, with the strong August heat and barely any waves, said Volusia County Beach Patrol Capt. Tamra...
  • Surfer found dead off San Onofre as high waves pound coast

     
    Surfer found dead in ocean as high waves pound coast...
  • Surfing waves and rip currents from Hurricane Katia

     
    The National Weather Service is continuing to warn ocean swimmers of the high risk of rip currents for this week and into the weekend, with Hurricane Katia sending a potent ocean swell to our local beaches.  Katia, as of the 11 a.m. forecast today, was...
  • Fish Report for Fri., Sept. 30, 2011

     
    Wednesday’s heavy rainstorm just added to an already waterlogged travesty to fishing in the Lehigh Valley. The Lehigh River has been practically unfishable the entire month of September, and the Pohopoco below Beltzville looks like Class 5...
  • Saving lives can be fun, games, too

    When the United States Lifesaving Assn. National Lifeguard Championships get underway this week, Scott Diederich will be wearing the kelly green and white cap that is representative of the Laguna Beach Lifeguard Assn. Diederich, a seasoned competitor...
  • Surfing Soapbox: Reflections from the center of the Atlantic

    It seems nothing more than a dream now that I am back in the comfort of home. At times it wasn't a dream but a nightmare. I suspect I learned more in those six weeks away from home than in the last six years, being confined to a sailboat with 13 people...