Michael dEstries

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Bio

Michael has been blogging since 2005 on issues such as sustainability, renewable energy, philanthropy, and healthy living. He regularly contributes to a slew of publications, as well as consulting with companies looking to make an impact using the web and social media. He lives in Ithaca, NY with his family on an apple farm.

Articles

Evangeline Lilly Wears The 3Rs.

in People

It’s a Jack Johnson song. On a t-shirt. Worn by a celebrity. Indulge and Enjoy! via T-shirt Watch

Lohan Turns To Gore For Help In Repairing Image Issues

in People

Seriously Lindsay: Go on vacation. Stop appearing wasted with Britney and Paris, stop throwing tantrums or telling magazines you’re promiscuous, and put down that Blackberry so your ridiculous emails are

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Kilmer Channels Brando, Wants To Create Massive Eco-Village

in People

I take it back. After reading the full interview from Black Book Magazine with Val Kilmer, I think the guy is more down to earth than perhaps we gave him

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Clooney Compliments Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt On Charity Efforts

in People

Yes, it’s a bit of a circle jerk of love here, but insider compliments are always a nice way to interrupt our regular programing of PETA this, charity that, and

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Stars Come Out For Gorgeous and Green! Want To Come Along?

in Causes

There’s a massive bash coming soon to San Francisco courtesy of Global Green featuring stars from every corner of Hollywood. It’s aptly titled ‘Gorgeous & Green‘ and will benefit the

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Schwarzenegger Flips The Switch On Fuel Cell Christmas Tree

in People

Pay attention, NYC. Your tree is looking a little less green compared to the one out in LA. Last night, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger flipped the switch on an energy efficient

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Animal RoundUp :: Prince William Hunts, Kate Moss With Fur, and Pink Saves Pigs

in Animals

Some small tidbits from the world of animal rights fell into my lap today. Let’s take a look: Prince William is enraging animal rights protesters by continuing to hunt for

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