The media conglomerate (and longtime foe to local environmentalists) is on the verge of selling development rights to their 18-plus miles of now-private Central California coastline to conservation groups, guaranteeing public access and trails along the entire stretch. Environmentalists and surfers are not only stoked, but also amazed. “The fact that 18 miles of untouched California coastline even exists in 2003 is incredible,” remarks Chris Evans, executive director of the Surfrider Foundation. Can you say brand-new secret spot?