Chase Scheinbaum | KCET
He is a 2012 graduate of Columbia Journalism School, where he focused on magazine writing, investigative journalism and video storytelling. He is the winner of a 2008 Associated Press feature-writing award. He lives in Los Angeles.
Post date: 2015-07-17T05:59:45-07:00
Though small, Ventura County boasts quite a bit of undeveloped coastline with camping opportunities dotted alongside.
Post date: 2015-06-30T05:45:00-07:00
Though people might try, L.A. resists being shoehorned. At times it might seem like endless sprawl. And yes, there's plenty of that. But there are also miles of sun-kissed beaches, and vast expanses of coastal wilderness that can wash away the worst ur...
Post date: 2015-06-23T09:25:41-07:00
Nobody walks in L.A., right? Correct, they hike. And with countless miles of trails in Palos Verdes, the Santa Monica Mountains, and even bike and walking paths along the beach, who wouldn't?
Post date: 2015-06-02T09:25:54-07:00
Though dotted with towns and cities, the Orange County coast has an abundance of wilderness in its canyons, and plenty of untrammeled land tucked in its coves and beaches. It is more than possible to beat the crowds and follow a trail, or a bend in the...
Post date: 2015-05-29T06:05:17-07:00
Orange County has plenty of the golden sand beaches it's famous for. But county's coves, rocky headlands, and mountains comprise a different experience entirely. Both can be yours, for a night or more.
Post date: 2015-05-12T04:45:00-07:00
Southern California is prime territory for agriculture.