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Cooking with Lo: Honey Caramel Apples

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Caramel apples are one of my favorite fall treats, but I never want to eat all the sugar needed to make caramel. Then I discovered you can make caramel using honey! I wouldn’t call this a healthy recipe because there are still lots of calories, but it’s definitely a healthier alternative to regular caramel apples.

WATCH: Afghanistan’s Skater Girls & Skateistan

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This video has been making the rounds on Facebook and it’s just too rad not to share with you.  Skateistan is an international charity promoting education to children, especially streetworkers, through skateboarding. In addition to Afghanistan, they run programs in Pakistan and Cambodia. If you like what you see, then I recommend checking out their

Aimee Fuller Wins 2012 O’Neill Pleasure Jam

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Aimee Fuller successfully defended her title at the 10th O’Neill Pleasure Jam in Dachstein, Austria. Strong winds affected the competition leading to the cancellation of the event finals, meaning that the semifinals determined the podium. Luckily Aimee put down a strong enough performance in the semis to land her on top. The podium was rounded

Jake Burton Gets His Own Board

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You’d think that after all these years Jake Burton would have already had his own signature board, but you’d be wrong! That streak is about to end as Jake has designed a super limited edition board called the Stone Hut.

New for 2013: Rome Gold Snowboard

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The Rome Gold is a new all mountain snowboard that retails for $500. It’s a directional board that has reverse camber between the feet and regular camber on the tips.  It comes in sizes 144, 147, 151 and 155. Rome describes this board as: NEW DESIGN FOR PRECISION, CONTROL AND PURE POWER Fluid bottom turns;

Photographer Abby Stanford Gets Paid to Ride Pow

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You may think becoming a professional snowboarder is the only way to get paid to ride the backcountry, but Abby Stanford is living the dream with her camera in tow. As the photographer for snowcat operation Great Northern Powder Guides in Whitefish, Montana, Abby makes her living riding some of the most beautiful backcountry in North

Kelly Clark Foundation Launches New Snowboard Passport Program

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Kelly Clark’s foundation is up all good again. Check out the press release on Snowboard Passport Program, which aims to introduce inner city and disadvantaged youth to snowboarding. The Kelly Clark Foundation, a registered nonprofit organization that provides youth with the resources and opportunities to achieve their highest potential through snowboarding, today announced the launch