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For the last seven years, Culver City-based artist Jennifer MaHarry has been photographing wild horses in the West. "Their free spirit and majestic beauty is what initially captivated me," said MaHarry, founder of Eden Creative, where she designs print...
Tags: Infertility, Agriculture, U.S. Congress, Mountains
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory may be most famous for sending Curiosity to Mars and Voyager to the edge of the solar system, but some of its coolest technology is being used right here on Earth. For the last month, a manned C-20A aircraft owned by...
The contemporary American South is so different from the troubled yet exotic Dixie of the past that it's nearly unrecognizable, argues Tracy Thompson in her splendid new book, "The New Mind of the South." Because of immigration, the typical Southerner...
Travelers can sneak a peek at the renovated Volcano House with this deal before the historic property’s official reopening in June. The deal: The Volcano House’s introductory Pardon our Dust rate offers discounts on both hotel rooms and...
Former University of Oklahoma quarterback Steve Davis, who was the starting quarterback for the 1974 and 1975 national championship teams, was one of two people killed when a small aircraft smashed into a house in South Bend, Ind., on Sunday. Davis, 60,...
Like the offset eyes on a Picasso portrait, the volcanoes on Jupiter’s moon Io seem to be strangely shifted, according to a study by NASA and ESA scientists. Io’s clustered volcanoes seem to be lying 30 to 60 degrees eastward of where they...
Tags: NASA, Science, Volcanoes, Science and Technology
AUSTIN, Texas -- There's no shortage of grizzled veterans at South by Southwest this year, from Depeche Mode to Iggy and the Stooges to Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, the last of whom opened NPR Music's jam-packed showcase Wednesday night at Stubb's. For a...
In six new paintings, Brad Eberhard goes scuba-diving in the ocean and spelunking in caves. From the sea he returns with rapture of the deep (and perhaps a bit of decompression sickness), while the caves are filled with Plato's treacherous shadows --...
Tags: Caves and Caverns, Jackson Pollock
A new motion simulator-based dark ride that tells the story of Norse gods and mythical monsters with 3-D scenes and special effects is set to debut at a Norwegian theme park this summer. Photos: Thor's Hammer dark ride at Norway's Tusenfryd Drawing on...
There’s no other destination on the planet quite like the islands off the coast of eastern Asia — where a vast natural landscape and pristine marine life offer ideal year-round outdoor activities like hiking, biking and diving. Taiwan and...
Tags: Environmental Issues, China, Southeast Asia, Asia, Beaches
Varsity Times InsiderDIVISION 3AAA First round, Thursday Gahr 71, El Modena 47 Royal 57, Rancho Alamitos 51 North Torrance 64, Cerritos 38 Diamond Ranch 55, San Bernardino 32 Rosemead 51, Nogales 26 La Habra 53, Western 38 Laguna Hills 74, Pasadena 47......
Oahu's Polynesian Cultural Center kicks off 2013 -- its 50th anniversary year -- with a new movie depicting the people and places of Hawaii. The premiere is expected in late January. The film promises high-definition images of erupting volcanoes and...
Tags: Movies, Culture, Entertainment, Volcanoes, Media Industry
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