Recreation And Leisure

Oregon group files lawsuit to protect rare plant

Jan 15, 2018

A group of Oregon conservationists is suing the U.S. Forest Service after it reauthorized livestock grazing on grasslands within Hells Canyon National Recreation Area

New exhibit celebrates 1960 Winter Olympic Games at Tahoe

Jan 15, 2018

Weeks ahead of the opening of the 2018 Winter Games in South Korea, the El Dorado Arts Council has opened a new exhibition celebrating the 1960 Winter Olympics held at Squaw Valley near Lake Tahoe

Lego plans video games, social network for Chinese children

Jan 15, 2018

Toy maker Lego is partnering with China's internet firm Tencent to offer games, video and possibly a social network aimed at children

A Holocaust museum in Brooklyn focuses on faith, survival

Jan 14, 2018

A museum in an out-of-the-way Brooklyn neighborhood focuses on experience of Orthodox Jews during the Holocaust.

Women taking their right to go topless to state's high court

Jan 13, 2018

Three women part of the Free the Nipple campaign who were ticketed for going topless at a New Hampshire beach are taking their fight to the state's highest court.

AP PHOTOS: Wild costumes, drums mark Algerian New Year fest

Jan 13, 2018

With animal hide costumes and banging drums, the western Algerian town of Beni Snous noisily celebrated the new year _ and an ancient military victory over the pharaoh _ with a traditional Berber Ayred festival

US poet laureate starts rural reading tour in New Mexico

Jan 13, 2018

The nation's poet laureate is embarking on the first of several trips to bring her poetry to pockets of the country where she says book festivals rarely take her

Texas MLK parade canceled after protest threat hurts funding

Jan 12, 2018

Officials in North Texas have denied a permit for a Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade because they say organizers fell short on funding for security and traffic management

Horror master Stephen King to receive PEN America award

Jan 12, 2018

PEN America will honor legendary suspense writer Stephen King with the 2018 PEN America Literary Service Award at its annual Literary Gala on May 22 at the American Museum of Natural History in New York

Crash of water and a terrifying ride: Driver glad he's alive

Jan 12, 2018

A driver says he's lucky to be alive after muddy water swept his car down a twisting road as he fled Southern California flooding

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