UPKILI FOR BREAST CANCER
Inspired to hike Kilimanjaro in honor of fellow breast cancer survivors, Tusker trekker Donna Boehm reflects on what “Upkili for Breast Cancer” means to her.
THE LONELIEST PLACE IN THE WORLD
Located just over 1700 miles off the coast of South Africa, the island of Tristan da Cunha is the most remote inhabited island on Earth. For the bold adventurer, there are only a few locations left in the world as
An elephant sculpted from barrels of an AK-47. A park bench designed from confiscated Glocks. Artists in gun-saturated parts of the world are transforming deadly weapons into works of art to make a statement and promote peace.
Like an arrow in flight moving in only one direction, our bodies never get younger. “Time’s Arrow” has been shot, and is flying straight for a target it will never miss.
WILLIAM FAIRBAIRN: ONE TOUGH COP
At the height of Shanghai’s chaos in the early 1900s, one man entered the picture who would revolutionize self-defense and aid in turning the city around. His name was William Ewart Fairbairn, an English soldier.
MY KILIMANJARO EXPERIENCE
I walked away feeling a great sense of accomplishment, not only because I reached the summit – but because I had fun doing it. I enjoyed every day and every moment on the mountain. I was inspired
Democratizing and inescapable, altitude is the world’s Great Equalizer. It’s enough to make our Founding Fathers proud. The question is not who, but how much. And the higher you climb, the greater the effect.
RIVER IN PERIL
The Ganges is the symbol of India, representing the country’s ancient civilization. Millions of people make pilgrimages to the river every year. However, the river, symbolizing the livelihood and religion of millions of Hindus, is threatened.