An overload of zucchini is a summer tradition that I look forward to with gusto every season. I adore both the challenge of creating unique ways to prepare it and revisiting my absolute favorite zucchini recipes, starting with Stuffed Zucchini. These zesty stuffed zucchini are packed with Italian-inspired ingredients like Italian turkey sausage, tomatoes, and […]
Get ready for our fourth installment of Dew Tour Live coming this Friday, May 29th, at 1:00 pm PST. Tune in as hosts Todd Richards and Chris Cote check in with some of the world’s top-ranked skateboarders to chat about current news, watch videos and have a live skate session. Chris Cole and Lizzie Armanto […]
The founder of Quiet Parks International Gordon Hempton walks us through some of the best places to truly escape the unnatural noise pollution of the world.
Close your eyes. Breathe in. Hold it for a few seconds. Exhale. You’re standing at the top of your favorite line. It’s early, and the crisp morning air and bright sunshine accentuate the glinting snow crystals—which lie untouched. You know the rolling terrain and perfectly spaced trees before you like the way home. Visualize your […]
COVID-19 coincided with a couple of amazing swells. With basically the entire world on Coronavirus lockdown from mid-March until early May, a handful of iconic spots had at least one all-time day during a once-in-a-lifetime window where nobody was allowed in the ocean. At J-Bay, 6-foot corduroy perfection marched through Supertubes, empty for the first […]
As of May 20, all 50 states have started to loosen shutdown restrictions to some degree. For a lot of cities, the first wave of re-opening includes gyms, CrossFit boxes, climbing centers, and the like. Now, it’s easy to say your best strategy to stay safe is continuing to sweat outside or in your living […]
We have known for more than 400 years that muscle weakness is a common presenting symptom of vitamin D deficiency. Bones aren’t the only organs […]
In 2016, when Rivian was still hiding in the shadows and quietly building the world’s first electric off-road vehicles, Larry Parker, creative director for the brand, got inspired by outdoor adventure photographer/filmmaker and author Ben Moon. Parker liked the feel of Moon’s surfing and climbing images, and he liked Moon’s personal story and his relationship […]
In an effort to encourage public engagement with science, translators play a vital role in bridging the gap between us and research. These scientific storytellers help distill dry, monotonous textbook writing, and turn it into something that inspires, educates, and motivates people to learn more. Scientific storytelling can take a lot of different forms. Teachers, […]
Sprawling parks, iconic views and year-round running weather make this city the best for urban running, bar none. This is your guide to running in SF.