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  • Geology 501: more of Southern California's best geology hikes
    Geology 501: more of Southern California's best geology hikes
    Volcanic outcrops. Wind-carved sandstone caves. Colorful marine sediment. Fossils. Whether you have a passing interest in geology or are a hard-core geek, there are plenty of great opportunities to see varieties of rock formations throughout the...
  • Joe Perry reveals highs and lows in 'Rocks' memoir
    Aerosmith's Joe Perry Talks about ‘Rocks’ and unique bond with Steven Tyler
    Joe Perry has lived some of the most legendary days in all of rock 'n roll with his creative partner in crime, Steven Tyler, and his band mates of Aerosmith. Tyler may have the loudest comments, particularly with his famous bawdy rhymes, but...
  • A rock cannot talk
    Capitalism: As evil as a rock
    Hasn't it become quite obvious by now? In America, in the year 2014, thanks in large part to the profit-generating efforts of multimillionaires like Michael Moore, capitalism's public"image" has taken a tremendous beating; and...
  • Hi Jolly monument at the Quartzsite Cemetery
    Quartzsite, Arizona in the off-season
    If you're driving through Quartzsite, Arizona, without so much as getting gas, don't feel alone. But consider what you're missing. Then again, if everyone stopped and appreciated this desert town the population would surely increase...
  • Rocks hate you
    Rocks hate you
    While the television news and the internet and every other possible means of communication now known to us moderns keep informing us daily of disasters far and wide, none of them seem to cause more than a passing interest in most of us.Until, of...
  • Devils Tower
    Camping with rocks
    Camping with rocks has always attracted humans in the Americas. The Plains Indians often camped in rocky areas and even used large rocks to pile around the bases of their teepees to hold them down against the wind. The Incas first camped in and...
  • Rocks in Denver
    Gem & Mineral Show brings earthy treasures to Denver
    Vendors, buyers, collectors and people from around the world interested in gems & minerals, jewelry, crystals and other earth products will gather in Denver for the 46th annual Denver Gem & Mineral Show September 13-15. The event—the...
  • How to paint rocks with crayons
    How to paint rocks with crayons
    Items needed:rocks of different shapes and sizescrayons of varying colorsaluminum foilcookie sheetovenoven mittsWhat you need to do:1. Find rocks to use. I tried to find them in varying sizes, smooth, and somewhat flat2. Decide what designs or...
  • rocks path
    Granny's path from rocks is an example of wisdom and spirit in Concho, Arizona
    The ground is her opportunity. The sky her vision; and the trade off of her open-toed sandals for flat boots shows the wisdom of change in this Granny who comes from a different world.One of water and hurricanes; traffic and poorly run cities. She...
  • Curling
    Curling is challenging, strategic, and a great sport for all ages
    The sport of curling has a long and proud tradition in Manitoba. It can be found taking place in rinks across the province, played from the age of nine to 90. It takes skill that anyone can learn, some strategy, and a little luck.Curling can be...
  • Cove Collection
    Emily Seaboyer's new contemplative jewelry collection
    New Yorkers, seeking calm amidst the visual over stimulation of the city, will be excited to discover the work of Emily Seaboyer. This jewelry artist, who creates each piece in her studio from sketch to final project, draws inspiration for her...
  • Rocks
    Children's fascination with rocks
    Rocks have a certain fascination. I’ve never seen a group of young children where there wasn’t one that wanted to pick up, look at, and put in their pocket, different rocks. Possibilities include crushing rocks, collecting rocks, rock...
  • Guy who used a rock to try to rob a store
    A rock: The best choice for a robbery weapon ever
    When it comes to entertainingly stupid criminals, Omaha, NE has its fair share. Robert Delamonte crafted a masterful plan, use a rock to attempt to rob a bridal shop. According to the testimony of the clerk at Modern Bride (located near 19th and...
  • Cat's Meow
    Today’s Colorado ski and snow report: I-70 will close today, maybe tomorrow
    Snow-wise, there’s nothing new to report, other than conditions should be mighty fine: sunny and warm till tomorrow, when the next snow storm is supposed pull into the state. The problem will be avoiding the I-70 closure at Georgetown from 9...
  • Shooting stars
    Wednesdays in the Wild Mar 23 thru April
    Wednesdays in the Wild Mar 23 through AprilMarch 23 Geology Rocks: Minerals in our Midst. Debbie Dale, hydrologist with the Dept. of the Interior. Debbie will be delving into the varied rocks and minerals in Indiana. She will talk about ways of...
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