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Tue, Dec 23, 2014 12:20 PM
Short film about a skier and a dog frolicking in the snow-capped peaks of Patagonia is as gorgeous as it is joyful.
Conservation project uses star power to highlight the many ways trees take care of us.
You don't have to believe in ghosts or supernatural powers to be uneasy in these eerie places.
Because it's considered the off-season, you'll find significantly cheaper airfares and less-crowded tourist attractions, and that's not all!
Show the undead you mean business with this solar-powered, steel-reinforced compound. Flame thrower and water cannon optional.
Many people think that eschewing meat is a modern thing, but vegetarianism has ancient roots.
Director Ron Howard's new film chronicles the events that inspired author Herman Melville to write his classic novel.
Dramatic film chronicles the deadly poaching battle between rangers and thieves in Africa's oldest national park.
It's sad, but it happens to the best of us. Sometimes, the love just dies.
You can still enjoy modern accommodations when you check into an imposing edifice steeped in centuries of history.
Nature is known for its wabi sabi tendencies, but even these imperfections are based on order and precision.
Eat your heart out High Line: Washington, D.C. is getting its own elevated park and it's a roomier, less polite and ultimately more community-minded affair.
The network's decision to spin off its streaming video service marks the beginning of the end for cable television's reign.
Regular brunches are healthier than eschewing a weekly celebratory meal with friends.
The same gene that makes some people color-blind might give others a boost in perception.
For only $10, you'll have a shot at sitting opposite Jon Stewart in front of a live studio audience on 'The Daily Show.'
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