Thousands of 'Penis Fish' Washed Up on a California Beach: 'It Went on for Two Miles'
“I walked for another half hour and they were scattered everywhere. There were seagulls lined up the beach the whole way having eaten so much they could barely stand."
The Dying California Desert Town Where Cannabis Is the Only Remaining Hope
From cul-de-sac-fever-dream gone bust to vertically integrated weed opportunity zone, the high desert town of California City is hoping the winds of fate will finally blow its way.
Museums Are Trying to Fireproof Themselves in the Age of Climate Change
Institutions are hiring goats to eat brush, beefing up fire suppression systems, and in some cases are prepared to evacuate their art.