Tuesday Dec 10
'Diners, Drive-ins and Dives' travels 'South of the Border'
On tonight's Food Network episode of "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives," Guy Fieri left the Camaro in the states and went to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico in this episode titled, "South of the Border."
The Desert Sun
Eagles tribute group soars for All Animals
There was a "Peaceful Easy Feeling" at the Agua Caliente Casino Resort when the premier Eagles Tribute Band "Desperado" took The Show stage for a benefit concert.
Francisco Santana Set To Battle With Joachim Alcine
Boxing returns to California's Central Coast this Friday with a card featuring a fighter risking his winning streak and a fighter making his heavyweight debut as a legit contender.
The News Tribune
Locavores set up shop at Mexican resort Contrasting Cabos
My dinner at the thick, green oasis in the hills above Baja California's southern tip, known as Flora Farms, didn't begin with a meal.
Heidi and Spencer's fifth anniversary - Speidi relationship as Heidi unveils her new body
We watched their relationship blossom through fake splits, plastic surgery and spectacular fall outs when they got together on reality television It's The Hills stars Heidi and Spencer's anniversary and they returned to the place they got hitched five years ago, at a secret ceremony in Cabo San Lucas.
The Economic Impact of Orange County's Airport's Mexico Connections
The OC probably isn't thrilled that inbound Mexico tourism has become so important to its business, but it does speak to its growth potential for in- and out-bound international flights.
How to plan a safe Mexico vacation
With scorching temps, beautiful beaches, historic ruins and a vibrant culture, Mexico is a vacationer's paradise.
PCT Coast Life TV Auction, November 23-24
Saturday and Sunday, November 23 and 24 from 5 to 11 p.m., PCT Channel 26 Pacifica and Channel 27 Coastside and streaming live at Pacific Coast TV Forget Black Friday and long lines.
The Salinas Californian
Salinas Valley schools funded for green projects
39 funding, state Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced in an email.