A rafting adventure into the environmental and geologic history of Dinosaur National Monument. (No CGI raptors necessary.)
Misty Copeland is the third African American female soloist in the New York's American Ballet Theatre 74-year history -- and the first in 20 years.
Waterparks have no doubt contributed mightily to humankind's happiness. Just don't try contemplating eternity while straddling a Styrofoam noodle at a swim-up bar.
May 28, 2014
Wailing children, crotchety parents, sand and sunscreen in uncomfortable places… you get the idea. If this sounds familiar, chances are you’ve been on what feels like an eons-long summer trip with your family. But the National Park Service’s new, sustainable outlook on life may forever change...
No panniers, no car, no problem. You can tour Switzerland by lightweight road bike alone—as long as you have legs for the hills.
The aridity of the Dry Valleys is partially caused by cold katabatic winds, which fly off the polar plateau and rake moisture from the air and ground.
May 20, 2014
When was the last time you took a vacation? How long did it last? These are among the important questions explored in the recent short film The Great Vacation Squeeze, written and directed by John de Graaf. De Graaf has explored the differences in vacation and leisure time between the US and Europe...
May 16, 2014
Happy Bike to Work Day! If you’re already a cycling commuter, pat yourself on the back. If you’re new to the game, you may be concerned about doing it wrong. Here are 6 bike-to-work mistakes to avoid: 1. Don’t ride like Alec Baldwin. 2. Leave your Pinarello Dogma at home. A commuter bike...