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Spend The Perfect Day In Monterey

<i>Monterey's Fisherman's Wharf was used as an active wholesale fish market into the 1960s.</i><p>While history-rich Monterey is the ideal destination for those hoping to learn more about California's colonial past, it is also chock-full of scenic views, stunning art, and delicious food. We've put together …

Meet the father-son farmer duo revolutionizing Ontario's shrimp business

Paul Cocchio’s introduction to inland shrimp farming did not go well. There is no manual, after all, for converting a rural Ontario hog barn into a temperature-stable complex of tropical saltwater shrimp pools – nobody had ever tried it before him. And it’s a surprisingly finicky business growing …

Aquaculture

Eight reasons why China’s currency crisis matters to us all

The Chinese leadership’s devaluation of the yuan delivered a temporary shock to financial markets, but its longer-term effects may be felt around the globe<p>After China unexpectedly devalued its currency last week, one City economist shrugged despairingly and said: “It’s August.” While it’s meant to …

Forecasters warn this winter's El Nino could be historically strong

The current El Nino, nicknamed Bruce Lee, is already the second strongest on record for this time of year and could be one of the most potent weather changers of the past 65 years, federal meteorologists say.<p>But California and other drought struck areas better not count on El Nino rescuing them …

Here's why China is weakening its currency

The government unleashed an astonishing array of measures to try to keep share prices from sliding. Authorities started by allowing huge financial institutions such as insurance companies to increase their exposure to stocks — effectively ordering them to buy shares to support prices.<p>Then came …