Water covers 71 percent of our planet, and even though there’s so much we don’t know about it, there's something about the sea that draws us in
In 'The Art of the Mini Adventure,' mother-daughter combo Els and Pippa venture out for a microadventure near their home in Vermont
So-called "flush drownings" lack an obvious cause like getting trapped underwater. Researchers now believe water temperature is a key factor.
There's something about swimming that makes us feel very much alive—even as we enter an environment where the risk of death is all around us
This film, from the Flylords, examines how the women who fish in Martha's Vineyard have rallied around their collective identity
Local shaper and surfer Mikel Evans carves up some very chilly breaks
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