Calabasas Mayor Pens Letter To Community

Calabasas Mayor Alicia Weintraub recently penned a letter to the community. The letter in its entirety is below:

Another week of summer has gone by and tomorrow we move into the month of August. Everybody thought we would be farther along in the journey to dealing with COVID-19, but the question we all wish we had the answer to is when will all of this be over?

One thing however

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Planning a Ride in a National Park? Here’s What You Need to Know

Photo credit: Courtesy Micah Ling
Photo credit: Courtesy Micah Ling

From Bicycling

For many cyclists, there are few things better than long and winding roads, minimal car traffic at low speed limits, and incredible views of nature. And at many U.S. national parks, this is just the case.

After closing in response to the coronavirus outbreak, most national parks have reopened to the public, with several safety precautions in place. And one way that people

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Here’s how to stay safe in the water, according to a former lifeguard

According to the CDC, an average of 3,536 people unintentionally drown every year — that’s roughly ten per day.

As a former lifeguard, swim and CPR instructor, I’ve been schooled in the nuances of water safety. Here’s what you need to know to keep your family safe at the lake, beach, and pool this summer.

What does drowning look like?

Unlike what you might see on TV, drowning may not

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Fan Recommendations for Traveling and Camping

Fan recommendations for Traveling and Camping. Traveling and camping activities certainly can’t just stop in hot weather. Just prepare yourself so that the tour agenda continues to run smoothly and comfortably despite the intense sunlight.

Even if forced to undergo outdoor tourist activities during hot weather, prepare yourself and bring supplies, equipment that must be worn like sunglasses, wearing sunscreen, carrying and wearing hats, carrying the best fan for camping Read More

Hotel guests checking in for the long haul

Forget checking into a hotel for a long weekend or a week. In the wake of Covid-19, travelers around the world are booking stays that last a month or even longer.



a train crossing a bridge over a body of water: At Timbers Kauai, 25% of current guests are staying for a month or longer.


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At Timbers Kauai, 25% of current guests are staying for a month or longer.

According to hoteliers globally, it’s a pattern that started this summer when their properties reopened after being shuttered for several months.

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The Father-Son Duo Behind ‘Rogue Trip’ Talk Travel In A Changing World

Conversations around travel are shifting rapidly. As social justice movements push our society to evolve, the colonial and exploitive aspects of the travel experience are being highlighted and called out. Meanwhile, COVID-19 has underscored both the interconnectivity of humans and the fragility of many of our systems. Plus it’s grounded us for the foreseeable future — make wanderlust-inspiring TV, when done well, all the more vital.

This is the context

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