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Climbing Denali: In the Footsteps of His Legendary Dads, Max Lowe Breaks His Own Trail – Gear List

The draw of the distant and inhospitable peaks of this world is in my blood. My father Alex Lowe and now stepfather Conrad Anker have enough first accents, daring rescues, and cardinal accomplishments in the high mountains all over the world to outdo most anyone in the history of the climbing. For a young man&#

Simplicity in Action: Saida

Editor’s Note: This is a post in the series, Simplicity in Action. Saida When you first become a parent you have no clue what you are doing. You read a ton of parenting books that confuse you with conflicting views but you do the best that you can. As your kids grow and develop minds of their

FactCheck: will Britain have a Muslim majority by 2050?

An article that claims that more than 50 per cent of Britons will be Muslim by 2050 has become an internet hit. Scaremongering or simple demographics? FactCheck finds out

Thommo at lunch

It was a few hours after David Warner had taken a swing at Joe Root in a Birmingham bar, and Jeff Thomson was standing in a marquee full of people with a microphone in his hand. We were there to play six a side cricket, but the rain was coming down and

Chocolate Pots in Yellowstone National Park

The gurgling water and steam served as a constant reminder that we were presently standing in the caldera of one of the world's largest super-volcanoes. Yikes!

Explorers Honored at National Geographic’s 125th Anniversary Gala

Six exceptional individuals were honored last night at the National Geographic Society’s 125th Anniversary Gala celebration for their efforts to lead exploration, advance scientific understanding, conserve natural resources and expand knowledge of the world. At the sold-out event held at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., National Geographic Society CEO and Chairman John Fahey&#

Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups… Inside Out!

Opposite Day. A day when no means yes, naptime is play time, and dessert comes before dinner. We celebrated Opposite Day once every year when I was in preschool: we wore our pajamas to class, greeted each other by saying goodbye, and circle time became square time. We tried to sing the ABCs backwards, and

Glastonbury launches Green Traveller Discounts and Prizes

Description:  Glastonbury Festival has launched a Green Traveller initiative, providing discounts to festival goers who arrive by public transport or by bike. Glastonbury Festival, Pil