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Every morning during the fall in Michigan’s thumb, I watch sport fishermen skimming by in boats outfitted with everything from baited poles to fancy

As we approach the floating dock, Chris Quartuccio cuts the boat's engine, and the steady hum of the motor is replaced by what sounds

It's close to 6 in the morning, and the sky is muted and streaked with pink, white and blue stripes. I am on Kachemak

The southwest monsoons arrive in Kerala with all their fury by mid-June every year. For the following 2½ months, raging seas, heavy rainstorms and

"So where's your sushi from?" I asked politely, still sweating the effects of Fukushima on fish from the Pacific Ocean. "From Japan," said the waiter. Well,

For most Alaskans, summer means experiencing 24 hours of daylight each day and time for spotting bears. For many folks in the rest of