Recreation And Leisure

Finnish court acquits duo's gay bar stunt on Russian plot

Jan 11, 2018

A Swedish comedy and rap duo has been acquitted of building a makeshift gay bar in 2015 on a plot of land in Finland owned by Russian president Vladimir Putin to protest against Russia's anti-gay laws

Say Cheese! Young chefs spar in grilled cheese challenge

Jan 11, 2018

The youngest of three Maine chefs has taken first place in the inaugural Augusta Agricultural Trades Show gourmet grilled cheese sandwich contest

LL Bean announces charitable giving for 2017

Jan 11, 2018

Retailer L.L. Bean is giving $2 million to charity with a renewed focus on groups that help get kids outdoors

Standoff rancher draws advocates' ire, supporters' cheers

Jan 11, 2018

The Nevada rancher who had his charges dismissed in a 2014 armed standoff with government agents is insisting that it's up to the states, not the federal officials, how to manage vast expanses of rangeland in the U.S. West

Holiday decor to park chalet? Capitol tree heads to Montana

Jan 11, 2018

Plans call for the US Capitol Christmas Tree to be hauled back to Montana in pieces starting as early as next week

Boston museum to protect art with pest-sniffing dog

Jan 10, 2018

Boston's venerable Museum of Fine Arts is training a dog to sniff out pests that could damage valuable works of art

Las Vegas hotels bet on technology to attract, dazzle guests

Jan 10, 2018

In the hypercompetitive world of Las Vegas tourism, the staples of hotel-room technology _ a phone on a nightstand and a flat-screen TV _ don't cut it anymore

Baby sloth ready for visitors at Pittsburgh National Aviary

Jan 10, 2018

Pittsburgh's indoor zoo dedicated to birds has an adorable new member: a baby two-toed sloth

Pack of wolves in Romania filmed by surveillance camera

Jan 10, 2018

Romanian forestry officials release footage of a wolf pack caught on camera in central Romania

Snow, avalanche risks strand 13,000 tourists in Zermatt

Jan 9, 2018

Swiss authorities near the famed Matterhorn peak have closed roads and train service into the nearby town of Zermatt amid a heightened avalanche risk, with some 13,000 tourists stuck inside

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