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With all of the rain over the past few months in Southern California, the poppies are beginning to make their debut. This is one of our favorite times of the year. The beautiful colors, reds and oranges married with the...
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Well, it may not be a traditional “winter wonderland” in Antelope Valley, but that doesn’t stop residents from getting in the holiday spirit! There’s lots of ways to celebrate the season—here are some of our favorites! Live version of “It’s...
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Rugged desert landscape, vast open skies, and miles and OHV and hiking trails are just a stones throw from the major population centers of Antelope Valley. Jawbone Canyon is just north of Mojave on CA-14 and offers a playground for...
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As you travel through Antelope Valley, you’ll notice a few man-made landmarks amidst the sweeping desert vistas. The nearly year-round sunshine and strong winds make it ideal for renewable energy projects—the first wind turbines in Kern County were built in...
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Looking for summer plans? The next few months are full of events, festivals, fairs, and more in Palmdale, Lancaster, Mojave, and California City. Check out some of our favorites: June Celebrate America with Thunder in Lancaster is a resounding, patriotic...
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Located in the northwest corner of Mojave, it’s almost too easy to drive right past where the latest research and biggest innovations in aerospace are happening. But while you probably won’t get to see Scaled Composites’ White Knight Two aircraft,...
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Virgin Galactic and its Long Beach-based spinoff Virgin Orbit is moving closer to launching satellites. On Monday, July 31, Cosmic Girl touched down at Long Beach airport, where Virgin Orbit employees were eagerly waiting, along with Long Beach mayor, city...
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July’s “Plane Crazy Saturday,” a free monthly lecture series hosted by the Mojave Transportation Museum and the Mojave Air and Space Port, attracted a larger-than-normal crowd. The featured speaker was writer and aviation historian Peter Merlin, who has written extensively...
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