Sounds like: Grizzly Bear, Local Natives, Here We Go Magic, D.D Dumbo Song: Jesse Davidson - Ocean What's so good? While he describes himself as "a cool 18-year-old bloke who is old enough to drink a beer," Adelaide musician Jesse Davidson is much more than that. Show More Summary
Sounds like: Grizzly Bear, Absofacto, Here We Go Magic Song: Foreign/National - Life Tourist What's so good? Melbourne's Foreign/National has yet to disappoint; their two previous singles hit all the marks ("All Honesty" even made my Best of Australia: First Half of 2014 list). Show More Summary
I’m the first one to admit it – things just haven’t been the same since my old pal Boomer died in 2008. So here’s my new sidekick, 6 pounds of pure terror who will take on the grizzly bears on television and chase greyhounds at the dog park. She is small enough to take along […]
People who were killed by while being arrested were more likely to be male and black. Cities with high rents and ethnically diverse populations are also home to more food trucks. Scientists are studying how grizzlies cope with extreme weight fluctuation in a search for answers to the rising diabetes epidemic among humans.
Adam Van Spronsen/Shutterstock Grizzly bears in Washington State may get a boost from the federal government. Feds Consider Moving Grizzly Bears into Washington: The National Park Service is considering whether to restore grizzly bears in the North Cascades of Washington State, reports the AP. Show More Summary
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we'll provide the jams. Read more...
Yesterday, a grand jury in Travis County, Texas, indicted animatronic grizzly bear/"abortion-mill " truther Governor Rick Perry on two felony counts of "Abuse of Official Capacity" and "Coercion of Public Servant." I guess that's what...Show More Summary
Reviewed by Patrick Bromley Quote: "Though a naked attempt to cash in on a much better film, the movie still does what it can with its monster bear premise."
Sounds like: Local Natives, Grizzly Bear, Animal Collective Song: Terrible Terrible - Pulling Teeth What's so good? "Pulling Teeth" is truly mesmerizing. You've probably never heard of this band before; this song comes from their debut album, titled Fail Better. Show More Summary
Researchers studying grizzly bears have now discovered a natural state of diabetes that serves a real biological purpose and is also reversible. Investigators note that grizzly bears are obese but not diabetic in the fall, become diabetic only weeks later in hibernation, and then become 'cured' of diabetes in the spring. Show More Summary
While diabetes rates are on the rise and are having serious effects on millions of people's health, researchers studying grizzly bears have now discovered a natural state of diabetes that serves a real biological purpose and is also reversible. Show More Summary
This trail wasn’t big enough for a hiker and a grizzly bear in Montana’s Glacier National Park.
Not since the Berenstain Bears have we learned this kind of compassion from grizzlies.
Though the Ursack is not allowed in many American National Parks, I often use mine on other hikes. The 2014 Ursack S29 AllWhite has been given IGBC (Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee) certification number 3738. It may take a bit of … Continue reading ?
We have a long history of naming bands after animals. To name a few, we have The Monkees, The Arctic Monkeys, The Turtles, Whitesnake, The Eagles, Grizzly Bear, and Flock of Seagulls. There’s Dr. Dog, Temple of the Dog, Snoop Dog, Three Dog Night, and Blue Oyster Cult. Show More Summary
Grizzly bears and humans along North America’s Pacific coast have shared a hunger for salmon for millennia. The fish figure prominently in many Canadian coastal cultures, including that of the Heiltsuk, who settled in the Great Bear rain forest of British Columbia more than 9,000 years ago and have lived alongside the grizzly bears since then. Show More Summary
Sounds like: Linus Young, Ben Howard, Jack Johnson Song: Angus & Julia Stone - Grizzly Bear What's so good? Look, you're going to have to forgive me for posting a second Angus & Julia Stone track as Song of the Day in only a 3-day...Show More Summary
This week at the trailer house, we get so many random goodies it's like a care package from your most eccentric aunt.
Angus & Julia Stone have unveiled another gorgeous cut from their self-titled third LP (due August 1 on Republic Records). The Australian brother and sister duo snagged legendary producer Rick Rubin to helm the album and his raw, less-is-more approach is very evident on “Grizzly Bear” — a melodic groove that channels ’70s Fleetwood Mac.... More »