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Witnesses saw a red Honda Accord in the southbound lane go off the cliff at about 4:26 p.m. south of Rocky Point Road. The CHP closed Highway 1 to all traffic while a tow truck lifted the car back up to the highway. Public Information Officer Andrew
Marine mammal rescuers were en route to assess the situation as officials figured out what to do. "It is still alive," a county fire dispatcher said. According to reports, the whale is beached near Walla Vista on the northern end of the beach.
The oceanside residence at 268 Seadrift Road in Stinson Beach provides priceless vistas, provenance and a sense of eternal vacation with its steps-away access to the surf. Acclaimed San Francisco architect Joseph Esherick (1914-98) designed the house,
And for the Novato boys and Branson girls, the trip to Stinson worked out nicely. With Travis Reder, Drake Johnson, Jake Pierce, Mark Loverti and Robert Everette each handling a 1.8-mile leg of the race without a problem, Novato's boys beat runner-up
As the Discovery Channel begins its 25th annual Shark Week celebration on Sunday, and San Francisco's Aquarium of the Bay kicks off its own festivities this weekend, one man is recalling his own experience with a great white shark. Jonathan Kathrein
I told you all I was leaving on a jet plane and I'm still away. It's my first trip across the equator, my first visit to America...I'm going to do my best to blog each day from the land of cheap gas and $13 bottles of gin...But I don't really like
The term can also apply to runners who ran Marin's fabled Dipsea Race just once and never returned. These runners defy conventional wisdom that just a single dose of the 7.5-mile Mill Valley to Stinson Beach race invariably leads to addiction...
I've now held the job 30 consecutive years, and hope for yet a few more ahead. Those three decades calling the fabled 7.2-mile footrace from Mill Valley to Stinson Beach produced many indelible memories. Here are some of my favorites. For the first
IT WAS 50 years ago in 1962 that Darryl Beardall and Pete McArdle waged one of the most epic of all Dipsea Race battles. Stuart Sparling was positioned to see the finish of the 7.4-mile trail race from Mill Valley to Stinson Beach better than anyone.
SoCal may be known for its glamorous beachside towns along the PCH, but all of us in NorCal know that beachside living doesn't get much better than at Stinson Beach. This award-winning home, set right up against the the pristine waters of Bolinas Bay