Right about now, you might find your mind (or VRBO search) drifting toward the beach. But where does our obsession with the sea come from?
This month, California biologist and former Outside cover subject Wallace J. Nichols publishes his first book, Blue Mind: The Surprising Science That Shows How Being Near, In, On, or Under Water Can...
A friend of mine collects airline credit cards. Most of them come with big frequent-flier bonuses—or even a free flight for signing up—and have no annual fee for the first year.
Activists have finally brought down a huge megadam project for two Patagonian rivers, but the fight is nowhere near over.
The amazing, true-life adventures of Matthew Power
Is the Pebble Mine dead? Not quite. The EPA’s announcement amounts to a preemptive strike.
Klondike is Discovery’s debut scripted drama, a six-hour, three-part series that premiered on Monday and wraps up this evening.
Like many fools, Abe Streep spends a lot of time and too much money trying to feel the pull of fish. But he recently learned that you can have just as much fun on the water without hooks.
Billy Parish's quest to make renewable energy the way of the future
Last year, Hurricane Sandy put the kibosh on Gotham's biggest road race; this year the runners are back, and more jubilant than ever.
This titanium-body chronograph is the smallest, sharpest-looking personal beacon we’ve seen.
The big surprise about the return of great whites to the birthplace of Jaws? No one’s freaking out.
Emily and Dane Jackson of Rock Island, Tennessee continue a family tradition of kayaking excellence.
Learning to raft—at a steep cost—in New Mexico’s finest canyon
Yesterday, on Earth Day, the climate activist Tim DeChristopher, who was incarcerated for 21 months for disrupting a federal oil and gas lease auction, was released from the federal prison system.