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'South Park' creators predict their show will end with a 'fizzle' and a 'dud'

Comedy Central's "South Park" is guaranteed to run for two more seasons thanks to a deal that secured the show through 2016. But that hasn't stopped the show's creators, Matt Stone and Trey Parker, from envisioning how their long-standing animated series will eventually conclude. Show More Summary

African Bull Elephant Feeding in Kruger National Park, South Africa

Camera NIKON D300S ISO 320 Focal Length 80mm Aperture f/5 Exposure Time 1/800 On my 2014 photo trip with G Adventures we visited South Africa and spent 2 days in Kruger National Park photographic wildlife. On our second day we say the Big 5 before lunch! I could spend a week just photographing wildlife in […]

Don't Expect South Park To Go Away Anytime Soon

Anytime a show makes it to the point where it?s one of the longest running series on TV, conversations inevitably turn to when it might end, and South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone are used to it. Thankfully, they seem to be putting that ball in Comedy Central's court. Click To Continue Reading

Sylvester the lion's big adventure ends with a helicopter ride in South African mountains

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - "Sylvester" the lion's fight for freedom and sheep through South Africa's arid Karoo region ended a mile-high in the mountains and with a dart knocking him out, South African National Parks (SANParks) said on Tuesday.

Climate Change Advisory Panel Recommends Changing Parts of South Park and Georgetown to Prepare for Sea-Level Rise

What will sea-level rise mean for low-lying Seattle neighborhoods? And how will the city protect them? LehaKoK / Affordable housing, density, and urban mobility are perhaps the most pressing issues in Seattle today. The debates are drawing clashing views on growth, and sometimes even tears. Show More Summary

Michelle Williams Bought This Beautiful 114-Year-Old Brooklyn House

In the past decade, Michelle Williams has moved to Brooklyn, then to Brooklyn again, and now, again, to Brooklyn. Her new house isn't in Boerum Hill or Red Hook, her previous chosen neighborhoods, but in Prospect Park South. [ more ...

After de Basio dustup, South Brooklyn Marine Terminal reactivated

Six months after a dispute between Mayor Bill de Blasio and the City Council nearly killed a proposal to redevelop the South Brooklyn Marine Terminal in Sunset Park, city and federal officials... To view the full story, click the title link.

Bringing Lions Back to Rwanda

Seven lions began their journey Monday from South Africa to the Akagera National Park in eastern Rwanda, where they will become the country's first lions after more than a decade without them, wildlife officials told Agence France-Presse. Rwanda...Show More Summary

Straightlines without Punchlines

Man (to hipstress): You should get a tattoo of Ben Franklin. –22nd & Park Ave South Overheard by: Matt Law

South Africa’s Lions Return To Rwanda After Being Poisoned During The 1994 Genocide

Monday will mark the return of South Africa’s lions. Rwanda has not seen the king of the jungle roam their national parks since the last lions were poisoned during the 1994 genocide. The conservationist organize African Parks is hoping...Show More Summary

Conservationists to move South Africa lions to Rwanda

Group to move seven lions to Akagera National Park in Rwanda where the lion population was wiped out 15 years ago.

Sunday Poll: What Should St. Louis Do About The Confederate Memorial & Street In Forest Park?

Since nine people were shot & killed at a historically black church in Charleston S.C., the confederate flag has thankfully become politically toxic: In South Carolina, the governor called for the Confederate flag to stop flying over the capitol. The governors of Virginia and North Carolina quickly declared that they would...

13 of the South's Most Racist Monuments

In his "Most American of Monuments" project, Nathan Millis documents statues, plaques, and other monuments to the confederacy that dot parks and government grounds throughout the American South. Millis completed this body of work inShow More Summary

North Carolina NAACP President Compares Woman Who Removed Confederate Flag To Rosa Parks

The president of the North Carolina chapter of the NAACP compared Bree Newsome, the woman arrested after removing the Confederate flag from a flagpole in front of the South Carolina Statehouse on Saturday morning, to Rosa Parks. In a statement sent to The Huffington Post, Rev. Show More Summary

Mr. T is a Wing Man in Lambesis’ Spot for Fuze

In an idea straight out of a South Park parody of Family Guy, California-based agency Lambesis uses Mr. T to sell Coca-Cola iced tea brand Fuze. But Lambesis  ratchet up the level of bizarreness by turning him into a butterfly. When a woman sitting on a park bench pops open the beverage, a group of Mr. Show More Summary

Tall Trees at Congaree National Park South Carolina

How they Saved the Old Growth Tall Trees of Congaree National Park. Congaree National Park evolved out of the environmental movement of the 1970s. The land in this area of South Carolina is a forest floodplain regularly flooded throughout the year from rains that overflow the Congaree and Wateree Rivers. Show More Summary

National Park Service Pulls Confederate Flag Merchandise

The U.S. National Park Service announced Thursday that it will remove Confederate flag merchandise from its bookstores and gift shops. The massacre last week of nine black churchgoers by a white gunmen in a Charleston, South Carolina,...Show More Summary

Unlocked: Interviewing the South Park Creators

South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker join IGN to discuss their follow-up to The Stick of Truth, called The Fractured But Whole.

TV LEGENDS REVEALED: What Celebrity Was "South Park" Not Allowed To Kill?

We know "South Park" has a long history of targeting celebrities, but what actress would Comedy Central not allow the show to kill in a Season 1 episode?

Sarah Kliff Biting Fingernails Waiting for Supreme Court King v Burwell Decision

Anxious much, Sarah? Sarah Kliff of General Electric Vox sounds like she needs to take a page out of the playbook of South Park's Eric Cartman who couldn't wait the three weeks for the Wii video game console to be released so he had himself frozen to spare himself the waiting time from his POV. Show More Summary

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