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17 Free Entrance Days in 2012 at National Parks

October 24, 2011
To encourage Americans to explore America’s natural beauty, rich history and culture, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced that the National Park Service will waive admission fees on 17 days in 2012. “From Independence Hall to our newest national park, the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, our national parks tell the story of America, [Read More...]

Leaf Peeping Across America: A Coast-to-Coast Guide to the Fall Foliage

October 8, 2011
Grab your camera, spare memory cards, and load the car -- it's leaf-peeping season from coast to coast. From Vermont to the Pacific Northwest, use this guide to see some of the best fall foliage across the U.S.[Read More]

10 great places to see science in the works

October 7, 2011
Are you looking for new places to go? Want to make it interesting and educational? OK..What do zombie fashion shows, crime lab tours and Rubik's cube contests have in common? You'll find them all at a science festival. These events function in the same way art and food festivals do - through public demonstrations and activities, most of them free. [Read More...]

Fall colors more than halfway toward peak in northern Maine

October 6, 2011
Conservation officials say the northern half of Maine is more than halfway toward peak foliage as the state's trees continue showing their fall colors. The Maine Department of Conservation says the region from roughly Greenville north is now experiencing high foliage conditions, with colors 50 to 70 percent toward peak. [Read More]