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Silverthorne artist uses snow as canvas for massive geometrical designs

SILVERTHORNE |  Simon Beck carefully plots his course before shuffling through a windswept snowfield high in the Rocky Mountains. Using a compass, snowshoes and his...


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Secrets prove deadly in J.T. Ellison’s latest thriller

Rich and influential parents move mountains to insure their daughters attend the Goode School. Only the best and brightest are selected. It's not uncommon to see multigenerations of the same family become alumni, and it's almost certain that graduates will have guaranteed slots in Ivy League universities and a bright future. Ash Carlisle is the latest recruit, and her arrival will expose the truth behind the walls.

Asians cringe at ‘Chinese restaurant syndrome’ in dictionary

"For me, it's another thing to point to other people and say 'Look, if you think racism toward Asians doesn't exist in this country, like here it is,'" said restaurateur Eddie Huang. "I know how white people see us. 'They're cool, they're acceptable, they're non-threatening. But they're weird, their food.'"

Prohibition began 100 years ago, and its legacy remains

"Prohibition had a lot of unintended consequences that backfired on the people who worked so hard to establish the law," said Harvard history professor Lisa McGirr, whose 2015 book "The War on Alcohol" examines Prohibition's political and social repercussions.

AP Food: The perfect baked potato begins with russets

Baking a potato is the easiest thing in the world, right? Then why are so many potatoes lacking in texture and flavor?

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SAFETY IN NUMBERS: GeoSure travel app offers insights around the block and the world

GeoSure app offers insight into safety around the block or around the world

‘Looks like a movie!’ Traveling back in time to Tombstone

"That was it," said the actor playing lawman Doc Holliday at the OK Corral's several-times-a-day show about what may be the most famous gun battle in the Old West. "Over before it even started."

Long awaited indoor ski slope debuts at New Jersey megamall

Olympic downhill champion Lindsey Vonn took the first official run down the 1,000-foot slope Thursday. Mall owner Triple Five says it's the only indoor slope in North America.

Tests on Boeing ‘Greenliner’ part of effort to cut emissions

“This is not just a box-ticking exercise,” he told reporters at the unveiling of the initiative at the Dubai Airshow alongside executives from Boeing.

‘Sleeping giant’: New Mexico poised to be outdoor go-to spot

“We are a vast, wild state and we offer the types of experiences that people have come to crave and that are becoming increasingly rare. Visitors know this,” she said.