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  1. Edinburgh Fringe favourite Educating Ronnie comes to Neath's...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | This is South Wales

    FOLLOWING rave reviews and a prestigious Scotsman Fringe First Award at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Educating Ronnie embarks on a major tour this Autumn, stopping off in Neath's Gwyn Hall next week. Educating Ronnie is an astonishingly personal look at the nature of charity, friendship and the relationship between the developed and developing worlds.


  2. DNR awards $1.1 million in habitat grantsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | WLUC-TV Negaunee

    The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has awarded nearly $1.1 million in grants to improve habitats for game animals. The agency announced the grants Wednesday for about 20 conservation and nonprofit organizations as well as local governments and landowners.


  3. UKC Weekly Newsletter for 29th SeptemberRead the original story

    1 hr ago | UKClimbing.com

    This week's Friday Night Video is from Moon Climbing documenting Ben Moon revisiting his classic LPT route Statement of Youth, 8a, 30 years after having made the first ascent as a 17 year old in 1984. To celebrate Statement's 30th birthday Ben... Here UKC briefly introduces one of the speakers from this year's .


  4. Excellent free museums around the worldRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | USA Today

    Excellent free museums around the world Jetting around the world isn't free, but cultural enrichment can be. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1x20QLM Bao Bao the giant panda cub makes her media debut at the Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6, 2014.


  5. Manta Ray Traffickers Busted in IndonesiaRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Live Science

    Authorities in Indonesia are cracking down on wildlife traffickers who illegally sell the parts of sharks, rays and other marine creatures. In a series of arrests from August to September, police caught four people peddling the gills, snouts and other parts of rays, among other animal products, the Wildlife Conservation Society announced.


  6. ND wetland conditions good for duck huntingRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | KVOX-FM Fargo

    North Dakota's Game and Fish Department says a fall survey indicates ''good to excellent'' wetland conditions for duck hunting throughout most of the state. Migratory Game Bird Biologist Mike Szymanski says the northwest part of the state has a near-record number of wetlands.


  7. A successful summerRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Timberjay Newspapers Online

    Despite a late ice-out and a rain-soaked June, area resorts and campgrounds reported a successful summer tourism season.


  8. A Better Way to Preserve Endangered SpeciesRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Daily Policy Digest

    The Endangered Species Act was passed in 1973 to protect endangered animals, yet there is ongoing debate over whether the ESA is achieving its goals. Brian Seasholes, Director of the Endangered Species Project at the Reason Foundation, argues for a new approach in protecting wildlife.


  9. Keeping Your Eyes on the Prize Can Help with Exercise, Psychology Study FindsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | WebWire

    New research suggests the adage that encourages people to keep their 'eyes on the prize' may be on target when it comes to exercise. When walking, staying focused on a specific target ahead can make the distance to it appear shorter and help people walk there faster, psychology researchers have found.


  10. Broken foot cannot stop fundraiser runRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Gazetteandherald.co.uk

    Laura Mayes hands over A 1,000 to centre manager Betty Newman after the Bath half marathon by Paul Morris WILTSHIRE councillor Laura Mayes is to undertake her second half marathon for our Give Us A Chance appeal, despite breaking a bone in her foot back in May. She ran the race in March, raising A 1,000 for the Devizes Opportunity Centre, the nursery for children with special needs, and then came a cropper. She said: "It was such a silly accident.


  11. How should U.S. lead in the Arctic?Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | KTOO-TV Juneau

    Arctic experts and policymakers gathered at a Washington, D.C. think-tank today to focus on how the U.S. might wield its leadership when it assumes the chairmanship of the Arctic Council next year. Recommendations ranged from the lofty to the concrete.


  12. Zoologist Heidi Auman Releases New Children's Book Showing Dangers of Marine Debris on WildlifeRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | PRWeb

    October 02, 2014 -- Aria the Albatross doesn't feel so great: She's accidentally eaten a bellyful of plastic garbage instead of squid. The danger of plastic waste and other human-produced garbage takes center stage in this new book written by a zoologist with 25 years of experience researching the subject.


  13. We've killed off half the world's wildlife in 40 years,...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Grist Magazine

    The World Wildlife Fund released a stunning report this week: From 1970 to 2010, overall vertebrate animal populations declined by half. Surprise: It's our fault.


  14. Sagebrush recreation sites across U.S. West genera...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | WTAQ-AM Green Bay

    Miles of sagebrush may be tedious to interstate travelers across the U.S. West, but the ecosystems supporting the scrubby plants are an economic generator, pumping millions into the local and national economies, according to a report released on Tuesday. An analysis prepared by ECONorthwest, an Oregon-based economics firm, estimates that recreational visitors to sagebrush country in 11 Western states spent $623 million in communities within 50 miles of Bureau of Land Management recreational sites in 2013.


  15. On Centennial of Passenger Pigeon Extinction, Dove Hunting FlourishesRead the original story

    1 hr ago | NewsBlaze

    Unlike former South Carolina Governor, now Congressman Mark Sanford, the mourning dove is known for not leaving its mate. While many remember that Sanford left his gubernatorial duties in 2009 to "hike the Appalachian Trail" in the arms of his Buenos Aires consort, few remember that part of the official delegation was dove hunting in Cordoba, Argentina.


  16. Iconic Surfing Brand Bunger Surf Shop Adds AudioEye's Patented...Read the original story

    1 hr ago | Freshnews

    The application will enable Bunger Surf Shop to complete sales and narrate customers through online shopping experiences and real-time surf instruction via a mobile application available to wireless devices. Bunger's Surf museum and shop in Babylon, New York have also contracted with AudioEye to collaborate with Couponicate and Promotion Pod for the development of iBeacon-driven deployments of AudioEye's voice-enabled consumer experience.


  17. Better outdoor photos, non-protection trend, outdoorsy campuses and more: Outdoor InsiderRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | PennLive.com

    Widely published, Pennsylvania, outdoor photographer Tim Flanigan will share a host of tips and techniques for getting better photos with your digital camera, when he talks on Charlie Burchfield on the latter's Gateway Outdoors Radio show. The program will air originally at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 6, on WCED 1420 AM, 107.9 FM and 96.7 FM, and live streamed on the Internet.


  18. Tangible marketing leads to increased boat salesRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Boating Industry

    The tangible is always more enticing and that's particularly true in the marine industry. Getting a customer in front of or on a boat invigorates and excites them about being on the water.


  19. NYT has more readers, more ad revenue and - soon - fewer journalistsRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Poynter Online

    Some perspective on the planned NYT staff cuts : "When the buyouts/layoffs are done, the New York Times will have nearly twice the number of staffers as the Washington Post's 650-strong operation, instead of more than twice as many." Killer Ken Doctor quote : "Doctor describes the current state of newspapers as 'continuing grimness, but manageable grimness .'


  20. 'The Amazing Race' Season 25 Spoilers: Episode 2 'When...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | International Business Times

    "The Amazing Race," or "TAR" Season 25 will air its second episode titled "When You Gotta Go, You Gotta Go" on Friday, Oct. 3, 2014. The 10 remaining teams will go to the UK for the second leg of the race.