Monthly Archives: December 2018

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Restaurants Open on Christmas Day

by Visit Ventura With the holiday’s upon us the intent of cooking a full feast can seem like quite the chore for some of us. If you’re looking for a fun place to eat without the fear of burning your food look no further than this list we have come up with of the restaurants […]

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MAKING SPIRITS BRIGHT!

By Debbie Cvijanovich Twinkle, twinkle, lighted star…A Ventura tradition! Gaze upon the hillside above midtown’s Ventura High School during the holiday season and what do you see? STARS! Since 2009, many hillside homes glisten with a mounted star shaped frame wrapped in a string of lights. And each year the star count continues to grow as others gleefully adopt […]

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An Adventurous Santa Rosa Island Travel Guide

by Jeff Bartlett After a long blog-writing hiatus – I spent the summer without a laptop as I hiked across the Balkans – I’m back at home and determined to start writing regularly. To kick things off, I am revisiting my trip to southern California to share my Santa Rosa Island travel guide. If you’ve […]

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Locals you should know — Eithan Osborne

by Visit Ventura When Eithan was a little boy, his dad got him a boogie board and it wasn’t long before he preferred to stand on it and his dad replaced it with a surfboard. Eithan grew up surfing at Surfer’s Point and Solimar Beach and began competing around 9 or 10 years old. He quickly […]

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Check out Ventura’s Taco District, because tacos aren’t just for Tuesdays!

top image by Hyeungbean Joo blog by Fresh World Press Ventura Avenue is known for being a wonderfully walkable, diverse and welcoming community. With Surfer’s Point at the south end, the Ventura Botanical Gardens nestled to the east of the Avenue, and the Ventura River to the west, this strip is filled with rich history […]

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