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The Backbone of Civilization with Tabitha Lipkin

The Backbone of Civilization with Tabitha Lipkin

- We took flight with broadcast journalist, dive master, world traveler, comedian, Emmy Award-winner, and all-around adventurer, Tabitha Lipkin. Currently, she spends most of her time working as a sports anchor and reporter on Fox 5 San Diego—but today, she’s co-piloting the holy grail of flying, The Blue Angels.

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23 Must-Visit American Cities for Outdoor Adventure Travel

23 Must-Visit American Cities for Outdoor Adventure Travel

- If you believe local weather reports in the Bay Area, we could be headed for a wet winter thanks to El Nino. And while winter is still a ways off, the recent warming up following a chilly, foggy 4th of July is great incentive to get into a kayak or on an SUP for some water-based adventure.

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6 Awesome Spots For Summer Paddling in the Bay Area

6 Awesome Spots For Summer Paddling in the Bay Area

- If you believe local weather reports in the Bay Area, we could be headed for a wet winter thanks to El Nino. And while winter is still a ways off, the recent warming up following a chilly, foggy 4th of July is great incentive to get into a kayak or on an SUP for some water-based adventure.

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Top 5 Marinades for Your Next BBQ

Top 5 Marinades for Your Next BBQ

- If you love to cook (or eat!) great barbecue, you know the power of a marinade. A little marinade can go a long way to transforming your food and taking your grilling to the next level. Any of these marinades will work a treat on whichever protein you may choose to star at your next barbecue. Beef, chicken, pork or plant-based substitutes, these marinades pack the flavor to make your 'cue a hit.

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Northern California Swimming Holes: 6 Spots to Beat the Heat

Northern California Swimming Holes: 6 Spots to Beat the Heat

- When the sun breaks through the fog and the thermometer climbs above 70, the normally steely waters surrounding San Francisco appear bright and tempting. At the slightest hint of summer weather, eager beachgoers flock to the city’s shores, only to realize that the fog is minutes from cloaking the city in a dismal gray, and—no matter how hot it is—the water is still frigid.

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The 20 Best Hikes in the United States

The 20 Best Hikes in the United States

- From the Smokies to the Rockies, and the Everglades to the highest point in Maine—and everywhere in between—the United States is full of world-class hikes. Whether you’re a hardcore peak bagger, out for an ambitious day hike, or are obsessed with the panoramic views for your Instagram feed, there’s always something thrilling to lace your hiking boots up for.

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The Pizza Spots You Must Try for an Authentic NYC Slice

The Pizza Spots You Must Try for an Authentic NYC Slice

- New York City is blessed with enough signature dishes and foods to stand alone as an international culinary destination. From hot dogs and bagels to pastrami and cheesecake, it’s one delicious treat after another. Standing astride the landscape like a Colossus is New York City pizza, the food you can grab on the go, snack on in the subway, or unbox on the stoop. New York City boasts more than 75,000 pizzerias, and that’s probably not even enough. Not all slices are created equal, however. Here’s where to find the genuine, authentic pizza.

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Here Are the Best Online Clothing Stores for Creative Finds

Here Are the Best Online Clothing Stores for Creative Finds

- Shopping online can be a gratifying treasure hunt, but also overwhelming if you don’t know where to look. Our list of creative online shops lets you find unique clothing all year round no matter what style you’re after. Whether you’re into vintage wear or designer brands, here are some of the best online clothing stores to revamp your wardrobe.

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Everything You Need to Know About the Wim Hof Method

Everything You Need to Know About the Wim Hof Method

- Forget everything you knew about breathing. Tear up the rule book on being cold. A 60-year-old Dutchman has baffled scientists with his ability to endure extreme conditions through breathing alone. His name is Wim Hof, aka ‘The Iceman,’ and he’s the inspiration behind respiration. Here’s why you might want to give his methods a go to reach new heights of athletic performance, mindfulness—or just to impress your friends.

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Why Doodling Is Good for Getting Stuff Done

Why Doodling Is Good for Getting Stuff Done

- If teachers or colleagues ever told you that doodling was a sign of distraction, or evidence of an empty mind, take heart. Science would beg to differ. Apparently aimless shapes, squiggles, and patterns across the page are, in fact, a sign of creativity and focus. Doodling is the mind’s way of staying alert, primed for action. It’s like mental fidgeting. Filling in space with a pen is quite the opposite of staring into space. Here’s why you should do it more to get stuff done.

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