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We've now found microplastics on the very highest and lowest points on Earth. Mount Everest is littered with them.

Members of the National Geographic and Rolex Perpetual Planet Everest Expedition celebrate after setting up a weather station 27,650 feet up Mount Everest. Mark Fisher/National Geographic Every part of the climbing route up Mount Everest is littered with microplastics, researchers found. They even found plastic fibers just below the summit — at 27,690 feet above sea level — according to a new study. The fibers likely came off climbing gear, clothing, and tents. Microplastics have also been...
Tags: Texas, Science, News, Environment, Trends, Everest, Balcony, National Geographic, Mount Everest, Camp, Base Camp, Plastic Pollution, Marianas Trench, Sherpa, Mark Fisher, South Col


Election: Vote counts make for late night, early morning for local readers

Wine, lots of wine, and sweets and pizza and very little sleep got election watchers through the night and ready for a long day. “It was wine and cake for me,” said Samanaz Kapadia of Hawthorne. “I woke up around 2:30 and checked then again at 6. There was a lot of disbelief last night, but today I’ve looked at the math and I am hopeful.” There are a lot of bleary-eyed people at work Wednesday, Nov. 4 in Southern California. They stayed up late staring at the network television “big boards,” doi...
Tags: Twitter, Elections, News, California, America, Sport, Joe Biden, Soccer, Lausd, Bob, Biden, Orange County, Smith, Orange, Donald Trump, Camp


1 infected camper likely led to 115 coronavirus cases at an overnight camp where people didn't have to wear masks or social distance

Vladimir Servan / Getty Images 76% of campers and staffers at a faith-based retreat for high school boys in Wisconsin came down with COVID-19 after a single camper developed symptoms.  The camp implemented some mitigation strategies, like requiring the 152 attendees to quarantine at home for a week before travel, but didn't require mask wearing or social distancing.  Attendees who didn't contract COVID-19 had tested positive for antibodies prior to arrival, providing evidence of their pot...
Tags: Science, Cdc, Trends, Georgia, Maine, Wisconsin, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Camp, Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Children's Health, Coronavirus, Anna Medaris Miller, Vladimir Servan Getty


Is There A Google-Free Future For Firefox?

Forbes reports: Firefox is exploring subscriptions and other "value exchange" services to ease its financial dependence on rival Google, according to the browser's lead developer. Firefox maker, Mozilla, is in the uneasy position of being financially dependent on its search deal with Google, which accounts for the majority of the organization's revenue. Although Mozilla only last month renewed the search deal, ensuring Google remains the default search engine for Firefox in the U.S. and other ...
Tags: Firefox, Google, Tech, Mozilla, Camp, Forbes, Dave Camp, Camp Read


Bizarre performance of The Del Rubio Triplets on the New Monkees (1987)

Remember the Del Rubio Triplets? The three sisters who played guitars, dressed alike and wore too-short dresses…? You probably recognize their campy act from eighties shows like Pee-wee's Playhouse ("These Boots are Made for Walking" and "Winter Wonderland"), Full House ("Whip it!"), and Golden Girls ("Neutron Dance"). However, Milly, Eadie, and Elena didn't start performing in the eighties, their career was actually 50+ years long. In fact, one of their first performances was on a Bob H...
Tags: Post, Video, News, Camp, Elena, Eighties, Allee Willis, Campy, Pee-wee's Playhouse, New Monkees, Del Rubio Triplets, Milly Eadie, Del Rubio


We sent our kids to summer camp. It shut down with a COVID-19 outbreak after just a few days. This is what school will look like.

Hannah Lebovits, her husband and two young children live in a county in Texas that has not been as hard-hit by COVID-19 as neighboring Dallas has been. After months of juggling childcare with full-time work from home, they found a summer camp that was instituting a long list of safety precautions before opening including masks, social distancing, no sharing of food and so on.  These safety precautions matched the list the school district is in the process of implementing. Lebovits enrolled her...
Tags: Texas, Trends, Dallas, Camp, Collin County, Leslie Odom Jr, Dallas County, COVID, Hannah Lebovits, Lebovits


Space Camp Needs Your Help

If you’re an aspiring astronaut too young to even drive a car, for the past 38 years Space Camp has been a fun and educational way to start your training. But as a result of the pandemic and a severe lack of attendance, the last remaining Space Camp is in a state of financial crisis, and it’s reaching out to the…Read more...
Tags: Science, Nasa, Camp, Gofundme, Space Camp, Covid 19


NHL Rumors: Red Wings, Oilers, Maple Leafs, Chayka, More

In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there are more details surfacing as to who or what might have lured John Chayka away from the Arizona Coyotes (if in fact, that relationship is over). The Edmonton Oilers lost a few bodies at a recent scrimmage, and the Detroit Red Wings might be thinking about a deal with the new Seattle Kraken expansion franchise. Finally, we say goodbye and show our respects to a hockey great as Eddie Shack has passed away. Chayka Lured Away by Ownership Group? We re...
Tags: Toronto, Sport, Wings, Buffalo Bills, Rochester, Detroit Red Wings, Kim, Buffalo, Nielsen, Hockey, NHL, Eddie, Terry, St James, Camp, Kraken


We sent our kids to summer camp. It shutdown with a COVID-19 outbreak after just a few days. This is what school will look like.

Hannah Lebovits, her husband and two young children live in a county in Texas that has not been as hard-hit by COVID-19 as neighboring Dallas has been. After months of juggling childcare with full-time work from home, they found a summer camp that was instituting a long list of safety precautions before opening including masks, social distancing, no sharing of food and so on.  These safety precautions matched the list the school district is in the process of implementing. Lebovits enrolled her...
Tags: Texas, Trends, Dallas, Camp, Collin County, Dallas County, COVID, Hannah Lebovits, Lebovits


BIPOC summer camps

Most summers, millions of US children head off to spend a week, a month, or the whole summer attending camp, where they’ll enjoy the restorative power of nature, learn new skills, strengthen friendships, and hopefully build upon a lifelong relationship with the outdoors. The problem is, these camps are not representative of the country as a whole. “Only about four percent of campers in America identify as Black or African-American, even though we make up 13 to 14 percent of the population,” ...
Tags: Travel, Oregon, US, America, Ferguson, Salinas, Portland Oregon, San Antonio, Summer Camp, Camp, Black, All, Brown, Holmes, Texas Hill Country, San Antonio Texas


Swiss scientists grew mini Neanderthal brains in petri dishes

Researchers at the Institute of Molecular and Clinical Ophthalmology in Basel, Switzerland have attempted to isolate the Neanderthal DNA from certain human stem cells. A leader on the project, Grayson Camp, had already performed a similar experiment using chimpanzee stem cells, to get a better understanding of the differences between chimp and human brains. Their research, titled "Human Stem Cell Resources Are an Inroad to Neandertal DNA Functions," was published on June 18, 2020, and began with...
Tags: Post, Science, News, Cnn, Stem Cells, Switzerland, Brains, Camp, Neanderthals, Basel Switzerland, Katie Hunt, Brains Are Weird, Natasha Kumar, Grayson Camp, that pesky DNA, Institute of Molecular


Neanderthal DNA used to grow a 'mini-brain'

Switzerland-based researchers successfully used Neanderthal DNA to grow a brain organoid. The team, led by Grayson Camp, used induced pluripotent stem cells, which are used to research diabetes, leukemia, and neurological disorders.By tracing back our ancestral lineage, the team hopes to better understand genetic disease susceptibility. You know someone has received their 23andMe report when they write one of two social media posts: they boast of having Neanderthal DNA or being an ancestor of ...
Tags: Biology, Brain, Medical Research, Innovation, Switzerland, Evolution, Camp, Derek, Twitter Facebook, Basel Switzerland, Homo, David Agus, Genghis Khan, Svante Paabo, Australopithecus, Cognitive Science


The Morning Watch: Creating Burn Wounds for Movies & TV, Revolutionizing ‘Little Women’ & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, find out how burn wounds are created by make-up effects artists for movies and TV shows. Plus, watch a video essay focusing on how director Greta Gerwig revolutionized the classic story of Little Women to ma...
Tags: Movies, Gotham, Anna-Kendrick, Greta Gerwig, Trolls, Vanity Fair, Camp, Twilight, Louisa May Alcott, Ben Bornstein, Scott Pilgrim, Pitch Perfect, Little Women, Video Of The Day, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, The Morning Watch


Camp: HBO Max to Adapt Lev Rosen’s Coming-of-Age Novel Into Film

Camp: HBO Max to adapt Lev Rosen’s coming-of-age novel into film According to Deadline, HBO Max has successfully acquired the rights to author Lev Rosen’s forthcoming coming-of-age novel titled Camp which centers around a summer camp for queer teens. The streaming service is planning to adapt the YA novel into film with EastSiders creator and star Kit Williamson attached to pen the screenplay. I’m deeply excited. @JinksDan has been amazing – came in with a vision and executed it and all the ...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, UK, Hollywood, Movies, US, Oscar, Warner Bros, Camp, Hudson, Tcm, Randy, Rosen, Jessie Henderson, Movie News, Kit Williamson


Amazon workers call off work over alleged lack of safety protocols

An estimated 350 Amazon warehouse employees called off work Tuesday in a nationwide protest alleging a lack of safety protocols during the COVID-19 pandemic. The move follows several strikes at Amazon facilities in New York City, Chicago and Detroit where some of the non-union employees have tested positive for coronavirus. There been reported cases at more than 130 company warehouses. Locally, that includes facilities in Los Angeles, Huntington Beach, Hawthorne, Moreno Valley and Eastvale. Anot...
Tags: Amazon, Business, News, Protest, California, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Local News, Detroit, Camp, New York City Chicago, Road New York, Retail Wholesale and Department Store Union, Levandowski, Stuart Appelbaum


Uber co-founder Garrett Camp steps back from board director role

Uber co-founder Garrett Camp is relinquishing his role as a board director and switching to board observer — where he says he’ll focus on product strategy for the ride hailing giant. Camp made the announcement in a short Medium post in which he writes of his decade at Uber: “I’ve learned a lot, and realized that I’m most helpful when focused on product strategy & design, and this is where I’d like to focus going forward.” “I will continue to work with Dara [Khosrowshahi, Uber CEO] and the ...
Tags: Transportation, Uber, Apps, Collaborative Consumption, Tech, StumbleUpon, Travis Kalanick, Kalanick, Camp, Garrett Camp, Dara, Ryan Graves, Dara Khosrowshahi, Personnel, Khosrowshahi, Expa Labs


California Showcase has become a showpiece for young football players

When former UCLA coach Terry Donahue, his younger brother Pat and a group of volunteers launched the California Showcase prep football combine in 2013, the hope was this was something that would be around for years to come. That hope has turned into reality. The eighth annual California Showcase combine, a one-day free event, was held Saturday at the vast Great Park of Orange County in Irvine – the site of the former El Toro Marine Corps Air Station. There are several other Showcase combines loc...
Tags: California, NFL, Sport, Soccer, United States, Houston, Camp, Ucla, Pat, Costa Mesa, Santa Ana, GPA, Jim Everett, Irvine, NAIA, DONAHUE


New I Still Believe Trailer Starring KJ Apa and Britt Robertson

New I Still Believe trailer starring KJ Apa and Britt Robertson Lionsgate has released a brand new trailer for directors Andrew and Jon Erwin’s upcoming Jeremy Camp-biopic drama film I Still Believe which is inspired by the true love story between Camp and his first wife Melissa Lynn Henning-Camp. Starring KJ Apa and Britt Robertson, you can check out the video in the player below! RELATED: Timothée Chalamet in Talks to Star in James Mangold’s Bob Dylan Biopic I Still Believe stars Apa (Archi...
Tags: Video, Shania Twain, Movies, Lionsgate, Bob Dylan, Jeremy, Cw, Camp, APA, Andrew, Jon, Robertson, Riverdale, Jon Erwin, Britt Robertson, Roswell New Mexico


Amazing Activities You Must Try in Colorado

Colorado offers a myriad of beautiful landscapes ranging from the Rocky Mountains, serene water bodies and picturesque meadows. There’s hardly anyone who would be disappointed after visiting this adventurous state because there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re an art enthusiast or simply looking for an exciting outdoor activity, Colorado offers a wide range of museums and hiking trails to indulge in, respectively.  While you’re there, experience these amazing activities to get the best ...
Tags: Travel, Colorado, Keystone, Camp, Family Travel, Rocky Mountains, Wolf Creek Copper


Abandoned Soviet Children’s Pioneer Camp “Fairy Tale”: The Most Weird And Beautiful Abandoned Location You’ve Ever Seen

Young Pioneer camp “Skazka” (“Fairy Tale”) – built in the Soviet years for children of employees of the publishing house “Children’s Literature”. It is noteworthy for its amazing, and in places, even insane design. Unusual sculptures made of concrete are installed throughout the territory. The pioneer camp has its own ski slope, a bomb shelter... Source
Tags: Design, Weird, Russia, Architecture, Abandoned, Camp, Pioneer, Children 's Pioneer Camp, Young Pioneer


Alay Region, Kyrgyzstan: An Experiential Travel Guide

Travel to the Alay Region in southern Kyrgyzstan and you’ll find a growing, off-the-path, accessible adventure destination. Experiences run from mid-alpine treks and horse treks in the Alay Mountains to high-alpine experiences up into the Pamir Mountain peaks and epic Pamir Highway road trips into the high desert. Paths are dotted with yurts, shepherds and high pasture nomadic culture along the way. For pan-Central Asia travels and itineraries, the region also serves as a crossroads between Uzbe...
Tags: Travel, Silk Road, China, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Camp, Beginners Guides, Pamir, Traveler, Don, Dan, Central Asia, Bishkek, Lenin, CBT


Early Erie Otters’ Camp Takeaways

The Erie Otters opened their orientation camp Saturday morning at Erie Bank Center. It was their first opportunity to see third-overall pick Connor Lockhart take the ice. Lockhart made news Friday night when he officially committed to the Otters. He and general manager Dave Brown spoke to the media with his parents in attendance. It was an exciting day for all involved. Brown was happy to get it done before the orientation camp. Lockhart was happy to be committed. It was a dream come true...
Tags: US, Sport, Hockey, NHL, Camp, Pittsburgh, Brown, Murphy, Connor McDavid, St Louis Blues, Erie, Arizona State, OHL, Erie Otters, Dave Brown, Lockhart


How to raft the Owyhee River

Unlike many rafting trips that start with epic views of a big mountain objective, the put-in on the Owyhee River is unassuming. The start of this classic excursion lies at a small, grassy landing at the end of a dirt road near a tiny speck of a town called Rome in eastern Oregon. This Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land has more open-range cows than humans — but don’t let this fool you. The Owyhee, not far from the border with neighboring Idaho, is one of the best-kept secrets in the country...
Tags: Travel, Utah, Texas, Colorado, Oregon, Rome, Idaho, Portland, Nevada, Bob, BLM, Pacific Northwest, Camp, Montgomery, All, Boise


How a curious VC found Uber before anyone else and helped net his firm a stake that's now worth $2.5 billion

On July 4 2010, Rob Hayes' family was not happy with him. He spent too much of the holiday on his phone, trying to organize an investment in a new, unproven startup. Hayes had learned about Uber a few months earlier when he saw a tweet about it from Garrett Camp. Camp founded Uber; he also ran StumbleUpon and sold it to eBay. Hayes' firm First Round Capital (FRC) had backed StumbleUpon. Hayes emailed Camp to ask what Uber was. Uber, Camp told him, was a startup that promised to solve transpo...
Tags: Uber, San Francisco, Trends, StumbleUpon, Kevin Rose, Travis Kalanick, Kalanick, Frc, Camp, First Round Capital, Chris Sacca, Mitch Kapor, Jason Calacanis, Digg, Napster, Hayes


What is Camp? When the “Good Taste of Bad Taste” Becomes an Aesthetic

Even if you don't care about high fashion or high society — to the extent that those two things have a place in the current culture — you probably glimpsed some of the coverage of what attendees wore to the Met Gala earlier this month. Or perhaps coverage isn't strong enough a word: what most of the many observers of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute annual fundraising gala did certainly qualified as analysis, and in not a few cases tipped over into exegesis. That enthus...
Tags: Google, Fashion, Interview, College, Lady Gaga, Seoul, Camp, David Foster Wallace, Trump, John Waters, Facebook Twitter, Gordon, Tiffany, Sunset Boulevard, Susan Sontag, Sontag


PHOTOS: Here’s every campy masterpiece (and miss) we could find from the Met Gala. Dig in.

The 2019 Met Gala will be nearly impossible to top.
Tags: Fashion, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Camp, Met Gala, Ad Friendly, Queerty


Darren Criss's Met Gala Makeup Makes Him the Harlequin of Our Hearts

There are few red carpet looks that really make us feel things - and at the Met Gala 2019 tonight, Darren Criss did just this. Channeling the Harlequin character of Commedia dell'Arte, Criss not only stunned in his multicolored checkered blazer, he carried a campy makeup look that seriously made us stop and stare. His cobalt blue bottom lash eyeliner extends from under his eyes to a winged-out triangle on each temple - accentuating the angular lines of his face and making his brown eyes really ...
Tags: Beauty, Camp, Met Gala, Darren Criss, Beauty News, Eyeliner, Harry Styles Met Gala 2019, Blue Eyeliner, Commedia dell Arte Criss


Her Majesty, Queen Billy Porter steals the show with stunning Met Gala entrance, plus more!

Billy Porter's look has to be seen to be believed.
Tags: Fashion, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Lady Gaga, Camp, Met Gala, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Billy Porter


‘It’s Unnatural? Absolutely.’

Just in time for its enshrinement in the Met, six experts debate camp, that celebration of artifice and exaggeration.
Tags: News, Charles, Jack, Camp, James, Busch, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Hill, Tropicana, Carmelita, Bidgood, Fashion and apparel, Zaldy, Culture (Arts, Men and Boys, Halberstam


Camp Fuller | YMCA of Greater Providence

Are you looking for a summer camp for your kids? This is the 1st summer that I know I need a camp for my kids. Every summer I feel like I’m running around like crazy trying to find things for the kids to do. I’m excited that for the 1st time ever, my kids are interested in overnight camp. A couple of weeks age we went to Wakefield, RI to tour Camp Fuller of YMCA of Greater Providence. We were mesmerized by the amazingness of this camp! It was absolutely awesome and I would love my kids to go to...
Tags: Parenting, Personal, Rhode Island, Camp, Ocean State, Audrey, Wakefield, Fuller, Greater Providence YMCA, Audrey McClelland, Camp Fuller, Summer Camp in Rhode Island, Greater Providence, YMCA Camp Fuller, Point Judith Salt Pond



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