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May 27, 2012 | By Matt Pearce
Ain't no sunshine till Beryl's gone: Tropical Storm Beryl is set to drench parts of Florida and Georgia for Memorial Day as the storm makes landfall this afternoon and tonight. National Weather Service  forecasters predicted Sunday that winds could reach up to 65 mph.  “Gusts to hurricane force are possible over portions of northeastern Florida and southeastern Georgia tonight,” the weather service said Sunday.  The weather service also expects three to six inches of rain to accumulate from northern Florida to southeastern North Carolina.
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NEWS
March 22, 2013 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
Skiers and boarders, don't put away your gear just yet. Mammoth Mountain ski resort announced this week that it plans to stay open through Memorial Day . "With storms predicted in the coming weeks, it's entirely possible that Mammoth will stay open much later [than Memorial Day]," according to a statement from the ski resort on Thursday. So far March has brought 27 inches of snowfall to the mountain. The resort reports a current base depth of 83 inches at the main lodge and 183 inches at the 11,053-foot summit.
NEWS
May 23, 2012
Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer -- and of the summer vacation season. So what are you doing on your summer vacation? We're betting you'll be snapping a few photos. For the second year, The Times Travel section will run a "What I Did on My Summer Vacation" photo issue -- Sept. 23 this year -- featuring reader photos selected from among the dozens and dozens that are submitted. Our photo editors sort through them and will choose about six to eight to run in the print edition and more to run online.
BUSINESS
May 8, 2012 | By Stuart Pfeifer, Los Angeles Times
Here is a roundup of alleged cons, frauds and schemes to watch out for. Memorial Day — Memorial Day has become an opportunity for criminals to target veterans as well as active-duty military personnel and their families, the Better Business Bureau said in a recent bulletin. Older veterans are often targeted by scams this time of year, the BBB said. "The unique lifestyle of our service members makes them prime targets for scammers," said Brenda Linnington, director of the BBB's military division.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 25, 2013 | By Harriet Ryan
Beachgoers may want to pack blankets and hoodies along with sunscreen this Memorial Day weekend. Forecasters are predicting sunny but cool weather Sunday and Monday. After morning clouds, temperatures in Santa Monica, Malibu and other county beaches will rise only into the high 60s both days, according to the National Weather Service. “We've got a low-pressure area over us, and that's going to hang around through Tuesday,” said Stuart Seto of the service's Oxnard office. Conditions are to warm up later in the week with above average temperatures predicted for Friday and Saturday.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 25, 2012 | By Jamie Wetherbe
Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer and a three-day reprieve in a long list of five-day (or more) workweeks. Here, we round up five suggestions for a Southern California holiday of art, theater and music. 24HR Chance-A-Thon Chance Theater presents 24 hours of nonstop performances starting Friday at 7 p.m., including theater, music, magic and tap-dance to benefit the company. The rotating series of shows includes a mini cabaret, a new one-act based on tales from cubicles, cover bands performing classic songs from the 1950s to the '80s, tales of Craigslist missed connections and a coming-of-age story told via musical journal entries set to go on at 4 a.m. Chance Theater, 5552 E. La Palma Ave., Anaheim Hills.
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