• Arizona Feb 28, 2019

    Kid Reporter Gets Apology After Dust-Up With Arizona Marshal

    A 12-year-old reporter has received an apology after an Arizona marshal tried to stop her from following him. Hilde Lysiak posted video Thursday on her website, Orange Street News , of Patagonia’s mayor saying officials “sincerely apologize” that her First Amendment rights had been violated. Lysiak was following a tip while on her bicycle on Feb. 18 when a town...

  • Amazon Dec 12, 2018

    Holiday Gift Ideas For Every Amazing Guy In Your Life

    The season of gift giving is just around the corner. Though it can be a stressful time of year, the fun of tracking down gifts that delight the ones we love always seems to be worth it in the end. The thing is: Men can be hard to shop for. Most of us have, at some point, asked a guy...

  • Donald Trump Nov 29, 2018

    Patagonia Gives $10 Million GOP Tax Windfall to Non-Profit Environmental Groups

    Patagonia, the outdoor gear company, is passing along the $10 million it saved from tax cuts to non-profit environmental groups.

  • Miami Mar 6, 2018

    Taking on ‘Microfiber' Pollution, 1 Laundry Room at a Time

    The fight to keep tiny pollutants from reaching the dinner plate might start in the laundry room. Innovators are coming up with tools to keep tiny pieces of thread that are discharged with washing machine effluent from reaching marine life. Such “microfibers” are too small to be caught in conventional filters, so they eventually pass through sewage plants, wash out...

  • Donald Trump Dec 5, 2017

    ‘The President Stole Your Land,' Outdoor Retailer Patagonia Says

    Patagonia, an American outdoor clothing and gear retailer, set its homepage to black Monday in response to President Donald Trump shrinking two national monuments, CNBC reported. The company’s website displayed a dark screen with the message, “The President Stole Your Land,” to rally the public into joining its cause which, according to some media reports, includes a possible lawsuit against...

  • Associated Press Oct 11, 2017

    Climber Kills Himself After Girlfriend's Avalanche Death

    Just two weeks before renowned climber Hayden Kennedy killed himself following the death of his girlfriend in an avalanche in Montana, he wrote on a climbing blog that he had watched too many friends die in the mountains over the last few years. “I’ve realized something painful. It’s not just the memorable summits and crux moves that are fleeting. Friends...

  • head Aug 9, 2017

    Meet Patagotitan, (Probably) the New Heavyweight Champion of Dinosaurs

    A study proclaims a newly named species the heavyweight champion of all dinosaurs, making the scary Tyrannosaurus rex look like a munchkin. At 76 tons, the plant-eating behemoth was as heavy as a space shuttle. The dinosaur’s fossils were found in southern Argentina in 2012. Researchers who examined and dated them said the long-necked creature was the biggest of a...

  • Miami Mar 15, 2017

    Yoga Pants, Cozy Clothes May Be Key Source of Sea Pollution

    Comfortable clothes are emerging as a source of plastic that’s increasingly ending up in the oceans and potentially contaminating seafood, according to Gulf Coast researchers launching a two-year study of microscopic plastics in the waters from south Texas to the Florida Keys. The project, led by the Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium, will rely partly on volunteers in coastal cleanup events....

  • San Francisco Jan 20, 2015

    U-Haul Crashes Into San Francisco Patagonia Store in Apparent Robbery

    A U-Haul van slammed through the front door of a a San Francisco store Sunday morning and then took off in an apparent smash-and-grab robbery, police said.

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