How Fred Newton found himself neck-deep in history
Build a personal oasis with everything from hay bales to scrap wood to a shipping container
The Peristera, a cargo vessel loaded with thousands of amphorae, sank in the Aegean Sea around 500 B.C.
These five recent releases may have been lost in the news cycle
In the wake of the war, she did not attempt to hide her identity. "Unequivocally," she said, "I was a Jew"
Sarah Thomas took 54 hours to cross from England to France and back again twice, just a year after battling cancer
Kick off your shoes and jump into summer's most refreshing tradition on a lazy afternoon
A mild winter and rain has led to a spring explosion of the amphibians, which are clogging pool filters, lawns and driveways
No doubt it's adorable, but the study offers clues into the impact of disorienting light pollution on the reptiles' health
You can even learn to “mermaid” yourself, if the fancy takes you
Take the plunge into some interesting geology
The Scottish Wildlife Trust is putting snorkelers up close with the country’s marine wildlife
There's a reason river tracing has become the country's newest adventure craze
Before it reached the Olympics, the sport was a spectacle of the circus and vaudeville
Greased lightning, go greased lightning
Is it crazy to think that people are at their most natural in the water?
Many tourists have experienced the Maldives’ beauty. Most Maldivians haven’t, because they don’t know how to swim
At these beaches, splash around with some more unusual creatures
South Africa has begun testing a humane way to make its beaches safer