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Thu, Dec 12, 2013 3:37 PM
Subtle Christmas lights are so 20th century…
After taking a quick rest on Governors Island, a massive floating sphere constructed from snapped umbrella frames will next set sail on one of the country's most notorious Superfund sites: The Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn.
Start a jean drive for a chance to win a scholarship and money for your school.
Pristimantis jamescameroni celebrates the director's commitment to filmmaking, the environment, and a healthy vegan diet.
New trailer for 'Years of Living Dangerously' provides a glimpse at the 8-part series set to air on Showtime next April.
In 'Sharing is Good,' Beth Buczynski discusses how we can all benefit from sharing and provides tips and resources for getting started.
The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement division may reclaim the auctioned skull as part of an investigation into a major fossil smuggling ring.
The Microsoft founder and philanthropist is concentrating his efforts on eradicating malaria and other diseases.
Richard Renaldi puts people who don't know each other together in photos and they end up looking like family members.
New film features 2 time-traveling turkeys attempting to change history and keep their species off the Thanksgiving menu.
Animal-free ways to keep warm and cozy as the temperature dips.
In honor of No Shave November (and its mustache-focused charitable cousin, Movember), we bring you these outlandish facial hair styles.
Gary Matthews eats, sleeps and dresses like a canine, but the state of Pennsylvania won't allow him to change his name to 'Boomer The Dog.'
A movie about the Challenger disaster and a TV show about parrots in captivity are just two of the many shows we'll be taping on our DVR this month.
Some artists use paint as their medium, others use clay. Brooklyn-based artist Duke Riley uses homing pigeons.
Comedian forces executive producer Andy Lassner and writer Amy Rhodes to experience the horror of the Universal Studios attraction.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living