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20 December 2013 58 shares 15 View comments National Geographic has crowned the winners of its prestigious annual 2013 Photo Contest , with a striking image a polar bear peering through melting ice taking the top prize. As part of the four-week
Longan, a junior goalie, has organized many sleepovers and dinners in her two seasons as team captain...Longan, however, turns into a fierce competitor once she enters the pool on game day...I'm competitive with everything I do, but with water polo I
The former 'Gossip Girl' actress admits she would feel insecure without her flowing blonde locks because she is "pretty shy" but she admires women "courageous" enough to get the chop. Blake remains on the fence as to whether she would brave a pixie
I love fresh coconut, but after I drain the coconut and crack the shell, it takes major surgery to get the meat out...Put the coconut in the oven (on 350 degrees F) for 15 to 20 minutes...Just keep hammering away, and it should break into pieces,
The week-long celebration, which started on Monday, was opened by acting Commissioner Northern Alipate Bolalevu. Rabi Island interim administrator Christopher Karia said the theme of celebrations reflected reforestation and the replanting of coconut
Mona Swami is relishing the challenge of getting started on her small-scale business to help her husband with household expenses. The mother of two now makes and sells homemade chutney and hand-printed sulu in an effort to earn money for her children.
A petition seeks to reduce the power of Wildlife Services and shine a light on its practices, claiming its agents have gone rogue, overstepping the mission to protect the public by killing indiscriminately. There's no dispute that Wildlife Services
Around 2,450 expatriates of different nationalities embraced Islam in northern Riyadh recently, an official said Friday. The converts to the Islamic faith were citizens of Vietnam, Nepal, India, Ethiopia, Uganda, Ghana, Madagascar, Kenya, the United
Coconut oil is taking center stageand not just that of your vanity. The ingredient commonly found in lotions, scrubs, and lip balm (and we all know our faves) is making its way over to the kitchen and into your dinner with its heart health reputation.
Brugmansia, known among people of South America as the tree of the evil eagle, is a potent medicinal and psychoactive plant that has played a prominent role in South American Andean and Amazonian medicine and shamanic practice for centuries. All