A Day in the Life of: Danél F. Griffin
Danél F. Griffin can pinpoint a few clear moments when his life changed.
I don't watch TV. I don't go to the movies. I'm too busy drinking and writing about beer to fetter my time away with sitting in front of the TV watching images scroll by.
 Time for a fast fiesta after a long day
In the past two months, I think I have been home for a collective two weeks. It’s been a whirlwind of travel for work and pleasure. I have had the best winter I could imagine, in part because I’ve been able to go to new places and experience new things — particularly food.
Snowmachines cross tundra 'like Mars'
WEST OF NUIQSUT - A sick snowmachine awaits rescue here on the snow-covered ice of this boot-shaped lake. After an 85-mile journey from our last stop at Umiat, one of the Ski Doo Skandics sputtered to a crawl a few miles from our intended campsite here.
Turbocharged Rainbow delights
The pursuit of anadromous fish with a fly, like no other chapter in fly-fishing, is deeply entwined in history and folklore.

Did you know that 2.5 million people die each year worldwide due to alcohol related causes? Though alcohol can be fun and can take the edge off, many people die from it each year. These deaths are only one of the many reasons why alcohol should be banned.
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