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School for problem pups
Don't give up on a wayward gundog. See Jack MacKintosh, who curbs the recalcitrant, soothes the frightened and teaches one and all
Wheelers and dealers
Today the Pan-Am Games, tomorrow the Olympics. That was the message as the roller skating explosion hit San Juan, where the U.S. was the fastest and fanciest
Jan 04,2016...Over five decades of economic decline and racial conflict, a Western Pennsylvania mill town has foun...
Jan 04,2016...Some very large, solemn dogs are helping to put an end to at least one of the bitter battles between...
Jan 04,2016...How do the U.S. and European teams stack up when it comes to the blocking and tackling of golf—long ...
A LEGEND COMES TO LIFE: Mark Catesby
More than 200 years ago an unknown artist tramped the American wilderness painting birds, animals, fish, shrubs, flowers, and creating one of the rarest of rare books. This, the first extended account of his life, and illustrated with Catesby's own paintings, is the result of four years' work in English and American archives. It reveals a naturalist of epochal importance who has long been only a legend
Where The Deer And The Greater Kudu Play
The Hill Country of Texas has become home to so many species of exotic wildlife that they've come to be known as Texotics
Jan 04,2016...Seve Ballesteros succeeded in America but never embraced it, which was part of his greatness you nev...
A Hard and Supple Man
Like the steel blades of his hometown, Sheffield, record miler Sebastian Coe is a remarkable amalgam of grace and grit