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How a Local Woman Survived Being Lost for Almost Two Weeks in Zion National Park

Holly Suzanne Courtier of Woodland Hills was missing for 12 days before crews found her alive in the massive Utah park
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As the Pandemic Continues, Angelenos Are Finding a Reprieve at the End of a Fishing Pole

The socially distant pastime has become a way tap into tradition at an uncertain time
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You Can Still Go Apple Picking in Oak Glen This Season

Portions of the historic area, threatened by fire, have reopened for your outdoor autumn enjoyment
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More and More L.A. Gyms Are Adapting to the Pandemic by Moving Outdoors

A sampling of al fresco fitness offerings at local gyms and studios

An Aerial Tram Could Move Visitors Around Griffith Park, but Not Everyone Has High Hopes for the Project

Conservation activists say the development could permanently harm Griffith Park and its wildlife

It Was a ‘Summer of Kittens’ in the Santa Monica Mountains

L.A. became home to 13 new mountain lion babies in just three months

This New Guide to California’s Glorious Forests Is a Love Letter—and a Call to Action

Naturalist and artist Obi Kaufmann published 'The Forests of California' because "people protect what they love, and people love what they understand and know"
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Best Places to Watch the Perseid Meteor Shower Around L.A.

Catch some shooting stars at these viewing spots
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Roller Skating Isn’t Having a ‘Resurgence’

The hobby has gone viral during quarantine, but L.A.'s Black roller dancers have been gracefully gliding around the city for decades
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Environmentalists Grapple with the Racist History of John Muir

The Sierra Club attempts to address the ”deeply harmful” elements of its co-founder’s legacy