Oz

A talented cast of "Scene-iors" pay tribute to the 1939 classic.
Friends, family and acquaintances described the 40-year-old Australian native as "a gift."
"I think it’s now more important than ever for people to be visible and colorful and political."
National parks and epic scenery Sunsets and sunrises are notoriously beautiful in Tasmania. Binalong Bay on the east coast
Welcome to a new addition to thisisasides.com "Cover-on-Demand." This segment asks artists to perform a song stuck in their head on the fly -- whether it's a line, a verse, or the whole darn song.
There are plenty of shows that have premiered since the late 1990s that might give that critic a run for his money. But the show that digs the deepest into America's troubled criminal justice system isn't particularly violent, sexual or otherwise. It's not even set in prison.
Even Francis Collins, the director of the National Institutes of Health, "has been supportive to the fact that we are dealing
Enough already about Dr. Oz. Whichever side you happen to be on, we might collectively acknowledge that much of the noise
Hope sustains me through each individual pursuit -- and I give so much -- fully expecting to be on the receiving end when
The Mountains in The Azure Fog The beach, mate, yeah. Sydney Forever Bondi is the new Malibu, Venice, Santa Monica, all rolled
We said goodbye to all the wallabies, seals, penguins, koalas, birds, and kangaroos we had met for a week on this island of dreams.
Then we heard the burst of wings as they jumped in the ocean from the rocks on the shore. We were lucky that a bright moon finally highlighted the beach, and we saw a multitude of little ones having their fun in the water. We did not move, they never saw us. We were stealth.
No Australian seemed to mind my demi outfit and none ever questioned it. No photos were taken, so don't ask. At least we had some clean clothes. The owner of the house even said we could keep them, she felt guilty about the wallabies' misbehavior.
We knew better, we wanted to be residents for a week, and in order to do that, we rented a bungalow by the bay. As soon as we landed and took a few steps, you could see that the vegetation here was different from the mainland's.
After our three great adventures in Uluru, Fraser Island and the Great Barrier Reef, we decided to go on a road trip for a few days and discover the roads and back roads of Australia.
The Great Barrier Reef is not really a barrier at all. The huge formation is composed of millions of small reef pieces, corals, stones, holes, caves, recesses, canyons, all covered in multicolor algae, inhabited by the weirdest fish ever, some small, some large, even gigantic.