Moby & Tony Kanal’s Vegan & Music Festival, Circle V, Set For November 18th In Los Angeles!

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WAN is thrilled to share that the highly-anticipated 2nd annual Circle V all-vegan food and music festival is taking place at The Regent Theater in Los Angeles on Saturday, November 18, 2017! Circle V co-founders Moby and Tony Kanal are partnering with Spaceland Presents on this year’s must-go-to event celebrating animal rights and benefitting Mercy … Continue reading Moby & Tony Kanal’s Vegan & Music Festival, Circle V, Set For November 18th In Los Angeles!

GNARBOX Editor Lets You Leave Laptop at Home

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The waterproof and shock-resistant GNARBOX backs up image and video files and turns your mobile phone or tablet into a comprehensive editing system. With the proliferation of small cameras, GoPros, and drones, recording our outdoor experiences has become as important as creating them. When GNARBOX started selling its ruggedized backup and editing system last year, … Continue reading GNARBOX Editor Lets You Leave Laptop at Home

When Rock Climbing and Science Meet

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How climbers are helping biologists track bat behavior—and why this matters It was a typical workday for Philip Knecht. He and his partner Alonzo Mandanna assembled their gear: helmets, harnesses, ropes, rack—and endoscopic cameras, probes and audio equipment. The team of climbing conservationists then set out for an ascent of Devil’s Tower in northeast Wyoming. After building … Continue reading When Rock Climbing and Science Meet

How to Make Applesauce

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Forget everything you’ve ever disliked about store-bought applesauce. Homemade applesauce is another animal. It tastes like the inside of an apple pie! Homemade applesauce is a healthy and delicious snack on its own. Don’t stop there, though. I love to serve it with ice cream like it’s an apple crisp. Pile homemade applesauce onto toast … Continue reading How to Make Applesauce

At Cuyuna, MTB Trails Revitalize ‘Forgotten Region’

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‘People said it was a terrible idea, that we had no chance. Some of us believed it.’ -Aaron Hautala Editor’s note: This article was originally published in 2016 by Tom Puzak; it’s updated here after several subsequent trips to Cuyuna, as a part of our ‘Great Urban Outdoors’ project with YETI. The Old Cuyuna For decades, times … Continue reading At Cuyuna, MTB Trails Revitalize ‘Forgotten Region’