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The potter Samuel Manymules’ work in clay is a fresh take on the long-standing tradition of Native American pottery. Collectors of his work revel in the beauty of the high polish surfaces and …

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Scientists have discovered what they believe are human footprints in central New Mexico that date back 22,000 years, a finding that would push back the clock on known human existence in North America. But some say a lot more data is needed before any final conclusions are drawn.

"Most humans are unaware of their innate magical abilities," explains one knowing young fairy in this enchanting adventure story for middle school readers. "I have heard that so much of the pain that exists on Earth would disappear if humans simply changed their perspective."

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The Pleistocene epoch that began 2.6 million years ago sent ice in waves through Yosemite. Glaciers gouged out great valleys along the Merced and Tuolumne rivers, ice sheets rounded granite domes, cirques sculpted the High Sierras. John Muir traced virtually every landscape feature of Yosemite to its legacy of ice.

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Fire in the West is expected, and not so long ago it seemed something the West experienced more than anywhere else. Nationally, big fires were treated as another freak of Western violence, like a grizzly bear attack, or another California quirk like Esalen and avocados.

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Now that Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs and Spa has reopened on a limited basis following a devastating structure fire last year, more people may again be hitting nearby trails to explore the public lands that surround the resort.