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Stories tagged: national geographic

UPDATED: Thu., March 8, 2018

National Geographic Traveler picks Spokane as a top coffee city

National Geographic Travel magazine has listed Spokane as one of America’s top coffee cities in its March 2018 issue.

UPDATED: Tue., Jan. 16, 2018

Spokane among ‘Cities on the Rise,’ according to National Geographic Traveler magazine

Spokane made National Geographic Traveler’s list of best U.S. small cities, earning high marks as a “hipster friendly” and “caffeinated” urban area.

UPDATED: Sun., Oct. 29, 2017

TV host Hazen Audel will present ‘Survive the Wild’ at Fox Theater

Most people will need a few Google searches to peg where Hazen Audel has survived the elements in 2017.

Texas eighth-grader wins National Geographic Bee

A 14-year-old eighth-grader from Texas with an impressive knowledge of rivers, mountain ranges, borders and cultures has won this year’s National Geographic Bee.

Spokane’s Hazen Audel goes wild hosting ‘Primal Survivor’ TV series

Hazen Audel is returning to the National Geographic Channel this week with a new nine-episode globetrotting series called Primal Survivor.

Spokane’s Hazen Audel taps skills of indigenous people for Survive the Tribe TV series

Spiders and snakes were more inspiring than school to Hazen Audel as he grew up in Spokane. “My high school teachers would never have bet that I’d become a science …

Spokane artist Hazen Audel to host survival TV show

Hazen Audel, a Spokane artist and former Ferris High School teacher, can now add cable TV host to his resume. He’s the host of the new reality show “Survive the …

Spokane doctor, expert hiker, dies in fall

Dr. Richard Byrd, a Spokane pulmonary specialist and globetrotting adventurer, died last Tuesday after suffering a blow to the head in a fall while on the coast of Cuba. Byrd, …

Caving essay wins trip to Peru

An essay about exploring a cave along Fish Lake Trail earned a 12-year-old Spokane boy a trip to Peru with National Geographic as his guide. Ian Baer’s essay described digging …