Rajnish Bhogal

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Watch an immigrant's take on the most American of holidays

There's a good chance you're out barbecuing for the Fourth of July.<p>It’s an American tradition, and it's also the subject of short film, “My Dear Americans,” about a young Sikh couple who have just moved to the US. The film was selected as part of the 2014 PBS Online Film Festival.<p>“I thought it …

Mentally Strong People: The 13 Things They Avoid

<i>Editors’ Note: Following the huge popularity of this post, article source Amy Morin has authored a guest post on exercises to increase mental strength here and Cheryl Conner has interviewed Amy in a Forbes video chat about this article here.</i><p>For all the time executives spend concerned about physical …

Harmonic minor scale for guitar

The harmonic minor scale is similar to the natural minor except for a raised seventh. The raised seventh gives the harmonic minor a distinctive …

Beauty

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10 Questions With Climber and BASE Jumper Steph Davis

<b>Steph Davis free soloed the Diamond on Longs Peak,</b> free soloed Castleton Tower and BASE jumped off the top, freed the Salathe Wall, has climbed all …

Travel Photo of the Week

Climber Bill Tilman

<b>Often cited as one of the originators of the stylish</b> lightweight approach to mountaineering, Major Harold William “Bill” Tilman was a remarkable man …

Top 10 motorcycle racing documentaries

<b>DOCUMENTARIES</b> about bikes and bike racing are often disappointing. There’s a tendency for them to either put too much emphasis on facts and figures, …

Top 10

As someone who has experienced depression I found I could relate to this article so thought I’d repost it and give it a wider audience

As someone who has experienced depression I found I could relate to this article so thought I’d repost it and give it a wider audience.<p><i>A couple of weeks ago I wrote a small article for MCN that - for several reasons - was edited down to remove a few of the more personal elements of the story.</i><p><i>I have no issue at all with this - and fully understand the reason as to why people thought it wise to hide some of my health issues from the wider readership, but in the intervening weeks since publication</i> …

June 2013

Blues Rhythm Guitar

If you hand me a guitar, I’ll play the blues. That’s the place I automatically go.<br>– <i>EC, interview 2001</i><p><b>Rhythm can’t be overrated!</b><p>You may wonder how it …

Electric Guitar

World's Oldest Person Dies—How Can You Live to 100?

For starters, eat nuts and socialize, says longevity expert Dan Buettner.<p><b>The oldest man ever known to have lived—Japan's Jiroemon Kimura—died Wednesday at 116. Kimura, who was born April 19, 1897, was recognized by Guinness World Records as the oldest living person, oldest living man, and oldest</b> …

How to trek to Everest Base Camp

Mount Everest has captivated intrepid men and women since the 1920s. The exploits of legends such as George Mallory, Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay put the mighty mountain on the map; thousands have followed, making huge sacrifices – many with their lives – in their own attempts to the …

Everest Base Camp

6 Ways to Improve Your Lead Guitar Playing

Sooner or later, all guitarists will undergo the feeling that they've "hit a wall" in regards to their lead guitar work. Whether it stems from a lack …

'We owe everything to Everest and Hillary'

Adam Dickson is a big, sunburned farmer from northern England who last week climbed Mount Everest on his own, descended the 8,848-metre peak, …

Easy Guitar Songs for Beginners

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Great Scotch: A Primer

It was the only tasting I have ever attended where half the participants carried weapons. They wore dirks—daggers—either on their belts or thrust into the tops of their knee-length stockings. “This is a <i>sgian dubh</i>,” said the man next to me, drawing his dirk and placing it on the table. “It means …