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3 hrs ago | WFNT-AM Burton
Award winning author Marc Aronson and National Geographic ask "Are Griffins Real?" Plus a closer look at the Clark County "range war" between Cliven Bundy and the federal Bureau of Land Management with Las Vegas resident and independent filmmaker Michael Sosebee and what "Tax Freedom Day" is according to the National Tax Foundation on The Tom ... (more)
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4 hrs ago | Serious Eats
National Geographic 's new food site offers a pretty baller look inside Norway's arctic Svalbard Global Seed Vault , with a focus on the storage facility's latest addition: SPACE BEER.
5 hrs ago | The Huffington Post
Pop culture collided when Lorde met George Brett, the inspiration for her hit song "Royals."
9 hrs ago | Eater
The company announced today it will launch NatGeoFood.com . A press release describes the site as a web portal "dedicated to exploring issues surrounding how we eat today and how we can provide food for all as the world's population grows and climate change impacts growing seasons and planting zones."
12 hrs ago | Business Journal
Celebrity chef Jose Andres, whose D.C.-based ThinkFoodGroup owns a dozen popular Washington restaurants, will be among contributors to a new National Geographic website called NetGeoFood.com.
Make your own Mansaf! Expat tour operator wins National Geographic award by giving vacationers a hands on experience of Jordan Sometimes a vacation can feel like hard work.
From blue lights to Hollywood lights. The Sullivan County Sheriff's Department is set to be featured in a TV reality show on Tuesday night.
If there's one thing Steve Raymer learned from his years traveling the globe photographing for National Geographic magazine, it's that the world has become a much smaller place.
It's no secret that interracial relationships are trending upward, and in a matter of years we'll have Tindered, OKCupid-ed and otherwise sexed ourselves into one giant amalgamated mega-race.
A few weeks ago, I wrote about Daniel Arnold , a Brooklyn photographer who was nearly flat broke until he held a one-day sale of prints through Instagram that netted him more than $15,000.
Every week, hockey-playing science writer John Horgan takes a puckish, provocative look at breaking science.
South Carolina-based animal photographer Vincent J Musi snapped this series of skunk owners holding their beloved pets as part of a recent National Geographic cover story on "exotic" pet ownership.
Louie Schwartzberg , the director of National Geographic documentary Mysteries of the Unseen World , recently gave the TED talk "Hidden Miracles of the Natural World" , where he discusses the ability of photographic techniques like time-lapse and slow motion to help us capture things otherwise undetectable to the human eye.
If seeing well isn't enough of a priority, here's a better reason to get your vision checked regularly: A third of all known genetic syndromes can affect your eyes.