Mick Fanning was, thankfully, unharmed as a shark went after him during a South African event.
Baseball and softball could be included in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. But how about korfball, billiards or even American football?
While some romantic activities in Hawaii seem obvious, such as a sunset promenade along Waikiki Beach or watching the sunrise at Haleakala, there are many other great ways to reaffirm a couple’s love for one another.
Standing on a city block, amidst steel-and-glass skyscrapers and honking taxis, you’ll be forgiven for forgetting that Manhattan is actually an island. In the midst of the brutal heat, check out these ways to get on the water.
In a hurry? The places that follow let you do two things at once, like get a haircut and stock up on handmade luggage, or practice your downward-facing dog and nurse a latte, saving you time and doubling your fun.
It happened sometime around noon near the 96th Street station.
Kauai is the place to visit if you like your slice of paradise served with a healthy dose of well-earned cuts and bruises, and a sore muscle or two. It’s an amazing, exotic place that’s definitely worth the visit, but if you’re going to attempt it — you should do it right. And here is how.
With a plethora of extraordinary free public beaches that will make your getaway go absolutely swimmingly, San Diego offers a beautiful array. Here are five of the best public beaches for visitors to enjoy in San Diego.
From rock climbing to surfing, there’s no shortage of extreme sports and recreation opportunities across the boroughs. Here are our top 5 picks for adventurous fun this summer in New York.
Long stretches of East Hampton’s Georgica Beach are gone, washed away by nature in some of the worst erosion in half a century, WCBS 880 Long Island Bureau Chief Mike Xirinachs reported.
The Quiksilver Pro surfing competition is returning to Long Island next year!
A surfing competition in New York? Yup, that’s right.
Officials in the nation’s most densely populated state are rewriting public beach access rules that could make it easier for well-to-do towns to keep out-of-towners off their beaches.
It’s a story of turning of turning wipeouts into liquid assets, and helping the environment at the same time.