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Think you know Philmont? Never been? Either way, you can get a backstage pass to the BSA’s famous hiking and training destination in New Mexico with PhilCast, the
“Are You Tougher?” comes from Thom Beers, the man behind “Deadliest Catch,” “Ice Road Truckers,” “Ax Men,” “Storage
Here’s a new job for Mike Rowe, he of Dirty Jobs fame: Keynote speaker at a gathering of BSA professionals and volunteers. Rowe traded his usual duds — well, he
Earlier this month, I mentioned that Pip wowed the crowd at the BSA’s National Annual Meeting with his rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Now you can
I love what the Boy Scouts of America’s Marketing team has done with its new recruiting materials. (If you haven’t seen them, drop everything and take a look.)
When our gear guru Stephen Regenold (founder of thegearjunkie.com) selects items for Scouting magazine’s “Great Gear” column, he uses two important criteria
Long before he turned judges’ chairs on The Voice, Eagle Scout Phillip Arnold turned heads on a much smaller stage. Phillip, who goes by the stage name Pip, sharpened
Pip didn’t just sing last night. He “absolutely blew the roof off the place,” said host Carson Daly. Phillip Arnold, known on the show as Pip, gave a
Dr. Terry Grove got his first Eagle Scout Award medal in 1956. It wouldn’t be his last. Ever since, he’s been fascinated by the ever-changing design of Eagle
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