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Razzi Snap: Kevin Dillon Checks Out Some Electric Wheels

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kevin_dillonEntourage star Kevin Dillon was recently spotted by the gang over at INeedMyFix.com checking out some electric bikes in Malibu. Nice basket. I want one. [Check out pics here…]

Rumor has it that Stella McCartney and Discovery Communications president and CEO David Zaslav will be honored at the National Resources Defense Council’s benefit tonight in NYC. Hosting the bash? None other than Leo DiCaprio, Graydon and Anna Carter, and Lorne and Alice Michaels. Sounds like a party. [Read more…]

Ed Begley Jr. has revealed why he became a vegetarian many decades ago saying, “It was part of the whole environmental choice. It was a 1970 choice to be green, to eat lower on the food chain. I had heard it was better for the environment. It took less water, less land, less energy to grow 1 pound of broccoli than a pound of beef. So, for that reason, and in a humane world, the kinds of things that go on in slaughterhouses. It’s not like the old days of raising cows out in a pasture and I’m sorry Bessie but you’ve got to die so we can live. It’s not like that anymore. It’s very bad conditions in these factory farms. The hogs, chickens, cows and I don’t want to be a part of that. But for my own health, I thought it was better to eat a plant based diet. I’m going to be 60 soon and I have boundless energy and I feel really good so I’m all for it.” [Read more…]

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