A ceramist by profession, and by passion, Eric Peach often leaves his home studio in Auburn, Calif., to venture down into the American River Canyon, looking for inspiration in the rushing white water, the winding trails, the abundant wildlife and bountiful flora of a thriving ecosystem.
A new study is suggesting that although moderate amounts of running can have several health benefits, it may actually be detrimental to a person's health to run more than a few hours a week, WebMD is reporting.
Maybe it's prophetic that Minnesota is changing its new conservation license plates to show a jumping largemouth bass.
After starting out as hot as a $2 pistol, coho salmon fishing cut off abruptly at the extreme southern end of Lake Michigan this past week, and charter captains worried that the fish might have been affected by a newly discovered disease called viral hemorrhagic septicemia .
Chuck Laughridge steered his jet-powered, flat-bottom aluminum boat up against the Roanoke River's current like a man who knows every rock in the river.
One of the rarest events in South Florida offshore fishing tournament history occurred two weeks ago _ with the incident documented by ESPN cameras.
Air National Guard Sgt. Robert Schnell's job is to save lives in some of the world's wildest and most dangerous terrain.
The woods were black as tar and the sky awash with stars when I slipped into my hunting blind beneath gnarled oak trees on the edge of a pasture dripping with dew.
Stuff happens on big water. Boaters fall overboard. People do foolish things. Boats capsize in rough seas. The idea is living to tell about it rather than becoming a statistic, to make the right judgment call rather than panic.
We hadn't even wet a line, the sun still was high in the afternoon sky, and the day already had served up several weeks' worth of adventure.
- TiramesU to close on Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road; reopen after the summer on Washington Avenue in Miami Beach
- Corporate Run will take over downtown Miami Thursday, force road closings
- FCAT testing resumes after computer glitches fixed
- Second arrest in illegal Miami-Dade slaughterhouse case
- Report on CIA interrogations shadows Gitmo trials
- Letterman gets visit from his successor, Colbert
- SKorea ferry toll hits 156 as search gets tougher
- Obama opens Japan trip at famous sushi restaurant
- Miami Dolphins WR Mike Wallace excited about new offensive system
- Veteran Miami Heat players ready for grind of NBA playoffs
- More than 25,000 participants expected for Miami Corporate Run
- DAGA/First Tee still flourishes for young golfers
- Jose Fernandez strikes out 14 to help Miami Marlins beat Atlanta Braves
- David J. Neal: Playoff favor falls on Miami Heat so far
- St. Thomas Aquinas ousts Cypress Bay in first-round boys lacrosse match
- Chelsea Johnson sparks Ransom to rout of Krop in state water polo play-in game
- Miami-based Rubell Hotels adds Baltimore property
- In our hectic, time-crunched society, religion has become less of a priority
- South Florida home, condo prices rose in March, despite growing inventory
- Coding schools putting down roots in Miami
- Challenge announces 29 semifinalists
- Launched, grown, sold: What’s next for .CO co-founders?
- PINK, Perry Ellis Cubavera join H&M as newest retailers heading to Miami International Mall
- Colombo teams with Russian developer on Brickell Flatiron condo
- Francine Prose reconstructs a Nazi collaborator and Paris in this dazzling historical novel.
- A boy spies on his mom in Mona Simpson’s fresh new novel
- To sleep well, adjust what you eat — and when
- Going green with the smoothie
- Fred Tasker on wine: Italian wines for your best meals
- Mohs cancer surgery tries to spare tissues
- What do you recommend?
- Book considers the pros and cons of fracking
- Celebrity birthdays on April 23
- Indian film awards arrive in Tampa, Fla., but why?
- Myles Chefetz, Michael Schwartz dominate Miamis fine-dining scene
- PAMM’s ‘Caribbean: Crossroads of the World’ exhibit is tumultuous, thought-provoking
- Jack White records songs, releases vinyl in hours
- Billboard Latin Music Conference celebrates 25th anniversary next week in Miami
- ‘Fear Up Harsh’ propels Miami’s Christopher Demos-Brown into the national spotlight
- Screen gems: What’s ahead in movies and on TV for the week of April 13
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