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Beaches are closed, but beach reads are still on the way

Mary Parker is a nurse from St. Louis so caught up in the beach novels of Elin Hilderbrand that she makes an annual trip to Nantucket, the Massachusetts island community where Hilderbrand sets her stories.

Rock star digs: In laid-back Bolinas, California, stay in home once owned by Jefferson Airplane guitarist

BOLINAS, Calif. – We awoke to the sounds of waves washing up to the house, built right onto the retaining wall. The picture window in the downstairs guest room of the private home in which we were staying gave us a front-row view of the public beach. That first morning, before our feet even hit the floor, we watched surfers roll in on whitecaps and families walking dogs and playing catch on the sand below.

Nick Taylor takes lead on glorious day at Pebble Beach

PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. – Nick Taylor opened with an eagle, closed with two birdies and made a gorgeous day feel even better with an 8-under 63 at Monterey Peninsula that gave him the lead Thursday in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. Most of the interest over three courses in the rotation was at Spyglass Hill, which featured Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson, along with five NFL quarterbacks that included Peyton Manning and his recently retired brother, Eli.

SUV breaches Mar-a-lago security; 2 in custody after chase

Officers fired shots at an SUV that barreled past a security checkpoint at President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort Friday, leading to a car and helicopter chase before officers were able to stop the vehicle and arrest two people.

Polar Bear Plunge has origins farther North

The Polar Bear Plunge has brought an icy jolt to the new year for 40 years in Coeur d’Alene, but the real deal farther north is celebrating its centennial.

Surfing Santas ride waves along Florida’s Space Coast

Who needs a sleigh when you’ve got a surfboard? Some 600 surfers dressed as Santa chose surfboards instead of sleighs on Tuesday during an annual Christmas Eve surfing fundraiser in Cocoa Beach, Florida.

Scientists seek beaches where dead whales can rot in peace

So many gray whales are dying off the U.S. West Coast that scientists and volunteers dealing with the putrid carcasses have an urgent request for coastal residents: Lend us your private beaches so these ocean giants can rot in peace.