Stuff You Should Click On: Week of November 5

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With Halloween and elections this week, you might have taken your eye off what else happening in the world outside.  We've got you covered.  Here's the stuff you should click on.


Worth Watching This Weekend:
Chilean (Miner) Edison Pena in NY for Marathon (ESPN)


Worth Watching Now:
Journey on the Wild Coast preview


Low Hanging Fruit:
Cutest Book Ever: ZooBorns Internet Craze Moves to Print (Wired)


Better Late than Never:
I'm in No Rush: Man Hikes Appalachian Trail Over 40 Years (


Age is Just a Number:
Advice for 50-Something Shredders (SkiNet)


Monochrome National Parks:
National Parks Reach Out to Blacks Who Aren't Visiting (The New York TImes)


The Health Beat:
Frequency of Colds Dramatically Cut with Regular Exercise (Medical News Today)

Study Reveals The Mental Health Benefits of Regular Physical Activity (Medical News Today)


The Fine Print:
Exercise Unlikely to Lift Depression Long-Term (Reuters)


You Should've Seen The Other Guy:
Runner Hit by Deer (


We'll Miss You, Andy

–Michael Webster

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