Where to Eat on the Central Coast of California California's Central Coast lures travelers with expansive ocean vistas, gently rolling hills, and, more recently, destination-worthy grub. More than mere pit stops, the following spots capture a sense of place by presenting thoughtful, compelling meals ... 03/18/2017 - 11:12 am | View Link
Underdog Wine Co.'s New Location Now Open in Union Hill “A lot of things fell into place,” Ryan says ... Field Recordings Franc ($20) A Cabernet France from California’s Central Coast with aromas of violet and raspberry. The palate reveals notes of cherry and earthy pepper. 2014 Failla Pinot Noir ... 11/28/2016 - 4:40 am | View Link
What To Drink Now: California Pinot Noir Here are a few California options that should have a place at your table ... influenced region in their “Elizabeth” Pinot Noir. $40 at Total Wine. California’s Central Coast, where light breezes from the Pacific meld with cool morning fog, is ... 11/22/2016 - 5:23 am | View Link
ROEM Opens Affordable Housing on California’s Central Coast The new South Hills Crossing development is providing 43 families with an affordable place to live in the high-priced housing ... the National Low Income Housing Coalition recently labeled it California’s 17 th least affordable county. 09/11/2016 - 1:00 pm | View Link
The Wine Day Trip: From L.A. to Malibu You’ll sample a flight of four wines, a mix of red and white wines from Rosenthal Estate and their second label “Surfrider,” which are wines from Edna Valley and Saint Louis Obispo—they also pour from other regions in California’s Central Coast. 07/2/2014 - 8:07 am | View Link
Map: California’s Pacific Coast -- National Geographic Get a map plus stop-by-stop directions for a driving tour of California’s Pacific Coast from National Geographic's Ultimate Road Trips. 03/23/2017 - 10:16 am | View Website
55+ Community Near San Luis Obispo | Trilogy "Try Before You Buy" A Home On The Central Coast: Book A "Taste The Good Life" Stay Today! If you've wondered if owning a home in Nipomo was right for you, our "Taste ... 03/22/2017 - 7:03 am | View Website
Outdoor Photographer Magazine Outdoor Photographer is the ultimate guide to nature, wildlife, travel and adventure sports photography, featuring the work of renown photographers. 03/21/2017 - 11:15 am | View Website
POLICE Magazine Police Magazine is a law enforcement magazine and website containing articles, news, police product reviews and an active online forum discussing news that affects ... 03/21/2017 - 1:14 am | View Website
Upcoming Events – Events – Central Coast The 35th Annual Santa Barbara Vintners Spring Weekend returns to Santa Barbara Wine Country with four signature events each highlighting new wine releases ... 03/20/2017 - 8:35 pm | View Website
Can refund replace unusable vouchers?
 the doctor says he will be unable to fly for the rest of his life.
When the Southwest agent rescheduled our flight, she marked some of our payment as vouchers.
 last week, we got a portion back, but we’re still missing $312.
If you cancel them, you can get a ticket credit valid for a year from the date of the initial reservation.
Strictly speaking, your method of payment didn’t matter.
 airlines sometimes bend their own rules when a passenger can show a hardship, in the interest of good customer service.
Southwest appeared willing to offer a refund as a gesture of goodwill.
 as you note, a clerical error caused the airline to believe that you had paid for part of your ticket with a voucher.
Remember, paper trails work better than making phone calls.
The TSA PreCheck RV first started rolling around the Denver metro area in December, extending its stay till the end of January due to demand. People kept and kept coming so the RV added more stops.
Now it’s March and the RV is still around, having signed up more than 4,000 people, and now has stops scheduled through April, spokesman Matt Basil said.
By Andrea Sachs, The Washington Post
On my first trip to Birmingham, I spent the entire visit pursuing Ruben Studdard and Taylor Hicks, the local songbirds who won “American Idol” in 2002 and 2006, respectively. On my second trip, nearly a dozen years later, I was too busy following the rising star of the Magic City to obsess over fallen reality stars.
Since Jefferson County crawled out of bankruptcy, Alabama’s largest city has revitalized several derelict neighborhoods, earned more recognition from the James Beard Foundation for its chefs and earned a national-monument designation for its Birmingham Civil Rights District — one of President Barack Obama’s last acts in office.
“I have seen more movement and excitement in the last five years than I have in my entire 20 years here,” Ford Wiles, chief creative officer of Big Communications, told me outside a downtown bar one recent weekday morning.
David Paul/Special to The Denver PostDenver Post reporter Jesse Paul makes his way down a run in Supreme Bowl at Alta Ski Area in January 2016.
ALTA, Utah — Battling Interstate 70 traffic to get ski turns often leaves me pounding my steering wheel and yelling on my way to the mountains, then anxious about getting off the slopes in time to miss the return-to-the-Front Range panic.
But my love for skiing is unbreakable, and each year it’s renewed during my annual trip to Alta, Utah, with my father.