We had a tradition about GPS watches on my college track team. On the first day of practice, invariably a freshman would show up with a GPS watch that chirped
You’ve done the Spartan Race, you’ve shouted the “Aroo!” chant, but how much do you know about the ancient Greek warriors for whom this obstacle course race owes its namesake?
Hartley Mahfood never set out to be the superlative at anything. Certainly nothing athletic, he would’ve told you just a few years ago, had you asked the 35-year-old whether he
If there’s anything worse than being single on Valentine’s Day, it’s probably something along the lines of getting caught performing marriages against the emperor’s wishes in Third-Century Rome, being clubbed
The Green Mountain National Forest is a serine, exquisite slice of untouched American wilderness. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote in 1847 that the pines and hemlocks “stand like druids of eld,
Here’s a case study for you: Two hundred years ago, the Pima Indians of Mexico lived on the beans, corn, and squash they grew themselves in the Gila River valley.