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Fri, Feb 27, 2015 2:30 PM
Can food solve conflicts? Should you build a hotel in a rain forest? Can you actually lick your elbow? TV has all the answers to these questions and more this month!
Famous explorer's story gets lavish treatment in new Netflix miniseries.
Director Richard Linklater's 12-years-in-the-making drama is earning Best Film accolades from all around the industry.
The island nation is using its natural and cultural resources to attract filmmakers from around the world.
Well, this stinks: The Delaware facility where New York City sends its compostable waste for processing has closed. So where's it being sent now?
Dating can and should be a learning experience.
'Drain the Bermuda Triangle' special on Nat Geo reveals what lies beneath the waves.
In her 'Wind and Water' series, glass artist Shayna Leib channels the movements of oceans, storms and aquatic life.
Across the country, Salvation Army volunteers are finding much more than pennies and lint in their holiday buckets.
Coastal cliffs can be found all across the globe, but here are just a few of our favorites.
Documentary tells inspiring story of Costa Rican women who are coffee entrepreneurs.
Parishioners at a Chicago church were recently handed $500 to spend as they pleased — with one caveat.
Baba Brinkman's new album, in collaboration with The WILD Foundation, aims to raise awareness about our relationship with nature.
Prolonged repetition of a word can render it meaningless, a phenomenon known as semantic satiation.
Have a life issue you want to work on? How about committing to tackling it, documenting it, or dealing with it every single day next year?
With missions ranging from animal welfare to climate change, these groups put your money to work.
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