Elizah Leigh


Susan Sarandon Standing Up For The Rights Of Child Victims

in Causes, Film/TV

Each year, 25 percent of the 1.2 million human trafficking victims are U.S. children. While the U.S. has made the act of sex with a minor under the age of

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‘A Fine Frenzy’ Says Animal Compassion Easy As Dining On Veggie Alternatives

in Animals, Causes, Eats, Music, Video

Critically acclaimed indie musician Alison Sudol, who goes by the professional moniker of A Fine Frenzy, has enchanted fans with her distinctive blend of hauntingly atmospheric tunes and supple, emotional

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Spike Lee Captures Gulf Oil Spill Aftermath In New Documentary

in Film/TV

In their quest for the truth, documentary filmmakers are typically faced with various obstacles, particularly when big corporations and potential wrongdoing are part of the picture. Good thing Spike Lee

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New FOX Comedy ‘Running Wilde’ Featuring Eco-Friendly Main Character

in Film/TV

Here’s an update to a previous story we ran about FOX’s new romantic semi-treehugging comedy Wilde Kingdom, now retitled Running Wilde: Written by and starring Will Arnett (formerly of Arrested

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Top Chef Masters Contestant Rick Moonen Gets Serious About Sustainable Seafood

in Animals, Eats, Film/TV, People

Sustainable seafood is a hot topic these days, not only thanks to the Gulf oil spill, but also because we’ve made a habit of overfishing our oceans. The result of

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Lea Michele Still Rockin’ Vegan Diet

in Eats, Events, Film/TV

Following her attendance at last night’s 2010 FOX Television Critics All-Star Party, onlookers noted that Lea Michele – Broadway veteran and star of Glee – looked especially svelte. It’s hard

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Ewan McGregor Happy To Hit The Streets Via Pedal Power

in Events, Film/TV, Transport

39-year-old actor Ewan McGregor is hardly immune to the green scene, as is proven by his recent comments while attending a Darker Side of Green event held by Lexus at

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