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Wed, Oct 01, 2014 2:57 PM
Unusual animals, wacky weather, survivalists, missing artifacts, lost cities and Dr. Oz populate the shows we'll be watching this month.
Weather Channel survival series gives out-of-shape desk jockeys a wilderness makeover.
These fragile works of art are created using a surgical scalpel and a whole lot of patience and care.
The Duke of Cambridge will fly medics to emergencies ranging from road accidents to heart attacks.
The search for the greatest of the great white sharks is just one topic in Discovery Channel's toothsome lineup of summer programming.
The love of good food takes center stage this movie set in the South of France and starring Helen Mirren.
Only 20 years after the fall of humanity, many of our most symbolic creations would be under siege by the elements.
I think the site looks great, and I love its Made-in-America focus.
Derek Klingenberg's video of 380 cows enjoying his performance has quickly gone viral.
Oh, it’s a happy day in Scrabble-land.
Singer spent an entire afternoon with Jordan Lee Nickerson, serenading him with song and playing games.
In a handful of places around the world, visitors can get a look at sites central to the 'golden age' of piracy.
The builders of these Little Free Libraries went above and beyond to make their pop-up book nooks stand out!
Think you know everything there is to know about America's 50th state? Prove it.
Highclere Castle, the setting for the hit BBC series, is opening its doors for an overnight stay to benefit armed forces charities.
We talked to founder Tom Szaky about the kinds of questions that drive fresh thinking in the recycling realm.
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