It was a summer day at the dog park when Fred Levy, a professional pet photographer, overheard a conversation that he couldn't shake off. A woman was talking about "Black Dog Syndrome" -- a theory that
It was a quiet evening at sea in the waning days of World War II. The USS Indianapolis had just delivered the crucial components of the atomic bomb that would level Hiroshima to a naval base on the Mariana
Peering over the sandstone cliffs at California's San Onofre State Beach in the springtime is a picturesque view, no doubt. Kayakers paddle to and fro, the occasional sea lion bobs up and down and sunbathers
“Shark Week,” the insanely popular week-long festival of flesh-ripping, terror-inducing finned creatures, is in full-swing on the Discovery Channel and no doubt will be just as popular as ever in its year.
No, I'm not talking about Independence Day in the United States. I'm talking about the pop culture phenomenon known as Shark Week, a week of entirely shark-based television shows on the Discovery Channel.