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Now is The Time to Protect The Yellowstone River

More than just flowing bodies of water, rivers have long served as sources of life and sustenance to the communities connected to them. This interwoven relationship is best exemplified in Paradise Valley, home to the Yellowstone river—a river that now lies in peril. Currently there are plans by a Canadian company to mine gold in one of the drainages of the Yellowstone, which means toxic and heavy metals will contaminate the water. This would threaten more than just the ecosystem, but the rural and urban communities downstream that are tied to the river’s flow. The short film Last Call by Tributaries Digital Cinema, not only calls attention to this issue but demonstrates the people closely tied to the river—BBQ & bakery owners, lodge owners, naturalists, fly fishing guides, and even a sitting U.S. senator. 

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How the Grateful Dead Continue to Inspire TGR
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How the Grateful Dead Continue to Inspire TGR

How the Grateful Dead Continue to Inspire TGR

The Squaw Valley segment from Tight Loose, which celebrated TGR's 21st birthday, featured none other than the Grateful Dead's "U.S. Blues".    The crowd at Sullivan Stadium roared when Jerry Garcia’s name was announced. Following his introduction, he began strumming the chords for "Touch of Grey", which only incited additional cheers. It was the summer of ‘87 and nestled in that moving sea of people were three wide-eyed teenagers: Todd, Steve, and Jeremy Jones. Hours before the commotion

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Video: Urban Climbing is Not for the Faint of Heart
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Video: Urban Climbing is Not for the Faint of Heart

Video: Urban Climbing is Not for the Faint of Heart

While Alex Honnold might get the fame for his free solos, this crew of young Coloradans pursues their own form of climbing: buildering. Taking full advantage of the urban playground right outside their door, these climbers put up challenging routes where most people look every day but would never think to climb. Boulder-based filming outfit Pop Top Productions documented some of these climbs in their new film , a clever take on the classic climbing film genre. Mix some hair-raising urban free

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VIDEO: What it’s Like to Photograph Thunderous Tahitian Waves Underwater
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VIDEO: What it’s Like to Photograph Thunderous Tahitian Waves Underwater

VIDEO: What it’s Like to Photograph Thunderous Tahitian Waves Underwater

Forging a career as an underwater surf photographer is, to put it lightly, a daunting task. RELATED: See showtimes, buy tickets for our tour If you want to photograph the best breaks in the world up close and personal, the job requires an immense amount of physical dedication. Shooters are required to constantly balance against hellish currents while swimming with bulky camera gear in hand and regularly have to wear one (or two) waves on the head as a price for their art. And now, with