Cherry Cove: true ‘rock’ and ‘roll’

Unless you’ve swayed in a boat and let your hair blow in the ocean breeze, perhaps you have not really “rocked” and “rolled.” Once again,...

Sediment study proposes sand replacement strategies

Like the shifting sands of the ocean itself, the Avalon city council is weighing a variety of options and cost estimates presented to them...

Team lands massive bluefin

One of the largest bluefin tuna caught so far this year was reeled in by a crew of fishing friends this past week. According...

Catalina outriggers preparing for Super Bowl of Paddling

Excited men and women from Catalina Island recently celebrated after a 26-mile paddle (from Avalon Bay to the Isthmus and back) as they prepared...

Catalina hosts unique and hero-worthy fishing tourney

Anglers off the waters of Catalina Island this weekend will be very special indeed as the War Heroes on the Water tournament will be...

Scuba Diving: ‘Planet Earth has an ocean’

When I engage people on the topic of scuba diving I am frequently asked the big question, “Isn’t the water nicer over there in...

Australian woman wins Catalina Ski Race, then returns to tour Island

  If you aren’t sure how serious skiers take the 60-mile Catalina Ski Race, this year’s event ended in a virtual drag race with two...

Scuba Diving: Giant keyhole limpets and the fight against cancer

It’s 7 a.m., I quickly finish my breakfast with of course a stiff cup of coffee. I grab my dive bag off of the floor...

Scuba Diving: Circumnavigating Naples Island

Circumnavigating Naples Island It’s 8 a.m. and I am brewing a fresh cup of Vietnamese coffee along with my usual breakfast, A bowl of fruit,...

Swim club has a little fun with great white sharks

  Quite appropriately, the Catalina Island Conservancy, in cooperation with the island’s museum invited Dr. Chris Lowe, Professor and Director of the California State University...
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