Cereal, bagels, yogurt, breakfast bars, toast and smoothies all have their place in the Breakfast World, but I'm firmly in Camp Oatmeal.
Between the years of 1999 and 2001, Paul Walker was the coolest dude in the world. Like a young Sean Connery with blonde hair and less acting ability, he was somehow able to set up camp in that tiny space at the center of the Venn Diagram where male and female approval overlap. Show More Summary
Many of us in North America are used to living in relative luxury compared to much of the world. For us, "roughing" it is camping where here's no plumbing or sleeping in European hostels with nothing but our back packs. I won't trivialize...Show More Summary
It’s a known fact that Pat Robertson is the oldest person in the history of the world. The man baby-sat Methuselah for God’s sake. He’s older than dirt, dust and democracy. Even though he’s been camped out at Death’s door for literally a thousand years, everyone’s favorite televangelist can still choke a bear out with […]
The Lang Lang International Music Foundation brought together young pianists from all over the world for the first international “Junior Music Camp” in Munich, from November 3 – 8, 2013.
(Photo: Kurt Wilson/The Missoulan) It was 1917. Miss Ruth Worden, a librarian at the Missoula Public Library in Missoula, Montana, wanted to bring a world of knowledge and literature to lumberjacks at logging camps in her area. So she carted a few books into a camp operated by the Anaconda Copper Mining Company. Show More Summary
Barcelona swept aside Granada 4-0 at Camp Nou on Saturday, with Pedro delivering their final blow late on. Barca's other goals were scored by Andres Iniesta, Cesc Fabregas and Alexis Sanchez. Read more World Football news on BleacherReport.com
Barcelona made light work of Granada on Saturday at Camp Nou. After penalties from Andres Iniesta and Cesc Fabregas, came a third from Alexis Sanchez—supplied by Neymar No Lionel Messi ? No problem. Read more World Football news on BleacherReport.com
People still recognize me every single day. They fall into two camps: Half of them know that, in 1998, I was on the receiving end of what many have dubbed "The Bitch-Slap Heard Around the World" when I was moving out of MTV's The Real World: Seattle house early in... More »
(NAIROBI, Kenya) — After early delays caused by massive infrastructure damage, the World Food Program is now providing food to 3 million typhoon victims in the Philippines, but the needs there and in Syria mean Somali refugees in Kenya are seeing food assistance cut by 20 percent, WFP’s top official said Friday. Show More Summary
MOORESVILLE, NC (November 16, 2013) – Brad Keselowski Racing ( BKR ) announced today that rising star driver Tyler Reddick will pilot the No. 19 BKR Ford F-150 for the team that is owned by the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championShow More Summary
It took Kyle Busch three attempts at a green-white-checkered flag finish to win Friday’sNASCAR Camping World Truck Series Ford EcoBoost 200 at Homestead-Miami Speedway, but the overtime laps gave him an unexpected bonus: an owners championship for Kyle Busch Motorsports. Show More Summary
- China will both ease the one-child policy and abolish prison labor camps - Pew: The world sees inequality as a major problem - “Google eyes Snapchat, for $4 billion this time” - “The U.S. Supreme Court, which in recent years has ruled...Show More Summary
Last weekend, Lara, Wiley and I found what's got to be the most beautiful car camping spot on god's green earth. If you have the ability to drive a car to Big Sur, read a map and cook over a fire, you can camp there too. Here's how. Read more...
Thomas Vermaelen spoke to Sky’s roving reporter Gary Coterill from Belgium’s World Cup playoff preparation camp today, but was in no mood to discuss his Arsenal future. Asked about his situation at the Premier League leaders, the marginalised centre half was surprisingly reticent, while also refuting the recent quote attributed to him saying he was [...]
BY DAVE GRAYSON NASCAR’s national tail gate party will officially wind up their 2013 season this Friday night, at Florida’s Homestead-Miami Speedway, with the running of the Ford Eco Boost 200. DO YOU THINK THAT MATT CRAFTON HAS BEEN SMILING ALL WEEK LONG? The one driver in this series who has absolutely been taking care of business [...]
"Survivor" is a word I heard all my life. My father was a survivor of events humanity could never fathom: The Bataan Death March, World War II Japanese concentration camps. The hows of survival is equally incomprehensible; one can spend a lifetime piecing together a patchwork of memories to understand how one survives and others don't. Show More Summary
The Oculus Rift is aptly named, because it divides the world into two camps: Those who are stoked for this headset to be the first successful attempt at making virtual reality (VR) mainstream, and those who have to rip away the headset before they barf. Show More Summary
By Louis Charbonneau and Yeganeh Torbati GENEVA (Reuters) - Barring a last-minute breakthrough, talks between Iran and six world powers on curbing Tehran's nuclear ambitions were set to end without an agreement on Saturday as a split emerged between France and the other Western powers, diplomats said. Show More Summary
In a battle between two drivers who had never won a NASCAR Camping World Truck Seriesrace, 17-year-old Erik Jones pulled away from Ross Chastain in the final 10 laps of Friday night’s Lucas Oil 150 atPhoenix International Raceway, becoming the youngest winner in series history. Driving the No. 51 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota, Jones took the lead on Lap 142 [...]