Even though today is National Scrabble Day, Good Friend Kevin (the other guy) gave a lesson in the studio. Being a professor of cellular biology, it seems a bit cryptic. Can you take a guess at what he was explaining?
Good Friends in the Morning love chocolate. Aged chocolate is good but this takes it a little too far. READ STORY HERE
There could be a gold mine in your backyard. Pine needles aren’t just for raking and burning anymore. READ STORY HERE
It’s an optical illusion known as a superior mirage, which occurs when the difference in temperature between the ocean and the air causes light from the sun to bend around the horizon. READ MORE HERE