Elizah Leigh


Big Cat Fashion Photo Spread An Even Bigger “Hell-No!” In The Year Of The Tiger

in Animals, Fashion

Keeping tabs on the status of the world’s plants and animals since 1948, the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species continually evaluates the extinction risk of countless species. Their 2008

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GRISTLE: Moby’s New Meat Manifesto For The Rest Of Us

in Animals, Eats, Music, People, Print

Richard Melville Hall, whose great-great-great-granduncle happened to be the infamous author of Moby Dick, has used the moniker “Moby” for the better part of his life. Sure you know him.

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Reality TV Rat Death Sheds Light On Creature Compassion

in Animals, Featured

It’s hard to know which part of this story is the most difficult to stomach — the fact that a rat was recently consumed for the sake of reality television

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Stella McCartney Rallying Behind Food, Inc.’s Message Of Conscious Consumerism

in Animals, Eats, Fashion

Stella McCartney, while instantly recognizable as the daughter of her music legend papa Paul, has carved out quite a niche for herself as not just a celebrated fashion designer but

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Hollywood Retreat Proves That Organic Simplicity Wins Out Over Glitz

in Lifestyle

Best known for his successful, award-winning direction on the blockbusters Pleasantville (starring Reese Witherspoon and Tobey Maguire) and Seabiscuit (also starring Maguire, Jeff Bridges and Chris Cooper), Gary Ross has

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Gore’s Earth Satellite May Finally Get To Bask In The Sun

in News

How much do we really know about the earth and the changes that it is going through? Those who try to stay abreast of the state of our planet can

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Team Unicorn vs. Team Zombie? New Book Fires Up The Debate

in People, Print

No matter what spiral notebook you dare to sneak a peek in – particularly those that are stuffed deep inside the lockers of the AP science and history set —

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