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7 Summits, 7 Seas, 7 Questions for Martin Frey
Trafficbeat Entertainment, Music Biz Vet
7 Summits, 7 Seas, 7 Questions... Mike Ragogna: Martin, you’ve climbed seven of the world’s toughest summits to mount and
Mission: Memorial Day, An Interview with Veteran Joshua Jespersen
Director, Sierra Club Outdoors
Mission Memorial Day is a commitment, a commitment that myself and three other combat vets made to ensure that our friends we lost overseas, and so many other young Americans would be remembered.
STEM women's champion, advocate for women, author, speaker and...
As I plan a trip for Europe this coming summer with a friend, I see how much fun "adventuring" can be. Of course, I am no match for women who have scaled mountains or traveled to the, literally, ends of the Earth.
Alaska: Land of Bears, Eagles, and Leaping Whales
The Adventure Geezer writes about adventure travel for boomers...
We went kayaking every morning with our own private guide. During our paddles we saw lots of bald eagles and sea otters, several
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McKinley No More: 20 Beautiful Photos of Denali
Wordsmith, photo nerd, sitcom junkie, dog lover, and Editor at...
20 gorgeous photos for a 20,000-foot mountain: That's because President Obama has officially restored the original Alaskan
McKinley To Denali? How To Visit (And Enjoy!) America's Most Talked About Mountain
Editorial Lead, Hipmunk
By: Fiona Moriarty, Hipmunk Venture Into The Last Frontier The Midnight Sun Nearly a third of Alaska lies above the Arctic
Friday Talking Points -- North, To Alaska!
Chris Weigant is a political commentator.
President Obama had some fun this week, and by doing so actually forced the media to tackle a serious subject on his agenda.
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Rand Paul Thinks 'Lack Of Assimilation' Is Native Americans' Problem
Julian Brave NoiseCat
, Guest Writer
"If they were assimilated, within a decade they'd probably be doing as well as the rest of us."
Would that President Obama meant what he said when, as he began his symbolic, climate-change-awareness trek to Alaska, he declared: "The time to plead ignorance is surely past."
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Bristol Palin Is Not Happy About Obama Restoring Denali's Name
She said the president should focus on "radical jihadists" rather than renaming mountains.
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6 More Landmarks That Should Have Their Indigenous Names Restored
Julian Brave NoiseCat
, Guest Writer
Admittedly, some of them might be a bit harder to pronounce than "Denali."
'Green News Report' - September 1, 2015
Brad Friedman and Desi Doyen
Co-hosts of the radio’s nationally syndicated ‘Green News Report’
Got comments, tips, love letters, hate mail? Drop us a line at GreenNews@BradBlog.com or right here at the comments link
Obama Considers Other Name Changes
David Macaray is a playwright and author ("How to Win Friends ...
Given that we already have a New York, a New Jersey, and a New Mexico, Nevada will be changed to "New Wealth," reflecting the contribution Las Vegas has made to the state's otherwise pitiful tax base.
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Obama Will Restore Mt. McKinley's Name To Denali On Alaska Trip
The peak was named Mount McKinley in 1896, but Alaska natives had long before called the mountain Denali, meaning "the High One."
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Obama To Rename Mount Mickinley As Mount Denali
By Roberta Rampton, Reuters
This ends the 40-year fight to to call the tallest peak in North America by its native name.
Getting Down and Dirty with Mt. Denali/McKinley: To Denali and Fairbanks on the Looney Front, Part 2
From this Swimming With Fidel: The Toils Of An Accidental Journalist, available on Kindle, with free excerpts here, and in
Will the Real Mt. McKinley Please Stand Up: To Denali and Fairbanks on the Looney Front, Part 1
Last look - or is it? - at Mt. Denali/McKinley Zoom-in The landscape Brilliant white snow crags float in a band of wispy
This Beautiful Tribute To A Dog And His Man Will Have You In Tears
Moon's film won both the Best of Festival and People's Choice awards when it premiered at the 5Point Film Festival, according
Destroying What Remains
Author, 'Beyond the Green Zone: Dispatches from an Unembedded ...
A dozen years after I left my home state and landed in Baghdad to begin life as a journalist and nine years after definitively abandoning Alaska, I find myself back. This time, unfortunately, it's because I seem increasingly incapable of escaping the long and destructive reach of the U.S. military.
Ohio Congressman Climbs Back Into McKinley Name-Change Battle
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U.S. Rep. Bob Gibbs (R-Ohio) rose to the defense of the late William McKinley Wednesday with the latest in a long series of Buckeye State bills aimed at ending the Denali discussion and preventing a name change for the highest mountain in North America.
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