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Who Needs Antlers When You Have Plant Trophies?

July Lookout: Enjoy a Weeklong Vegan Vacation in Southern Italy

Too often we vegans are met with naysayers suggesting veganism isn’t feasible; isn’t realistic; isn’t sustainable. To that we vegans say phooey! Non-vegans are missing out on the rewarding benefits

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Ron Howard Could Turn Your Life Story into a Film

For all those people who can relate to movie characters and identify with cinematic situations and relationships, there is a chance the big screen can become all the more familiar.

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David Duchovny Tackles Animal Rights, Veganism in New Book

Most people know David Duchonvny as an actor but with a new book out tackling the issue of veganism and animal rights in fiction form, he is ready to be

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The New Yorker Features Cartoon Against Animal Captivity

Another day, another Blackfish ripple effect (pun very much intended), this time courtesy of The New Yorker. The acclaimed magazine’s February 2 issue features a cartoon by Farley Katz that

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Man Spends Over $50K Making Home a Rescue Cat Fun House

We’ve heard of crazy cat ladies that will go to all lengths to please their feline friends but a man is breaking the stereotype by revamping his entire home to

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World’s First ‘Mindfulness Opera’ To Debut This Year

The world’s first “mindfulness opera,” which will feature silence, yoga and communal eating and washing up, will launch in September by the Barbican. The four-hour event is called “Lost in

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