Arts/Culture

3-D Nature Documentary ‘Cave of Forgotten Dreams’ Captures Awe-Inspiring Primitive Artworks

by Elizah Leigh

68-year-old filmmaker Werner Herzog – best known for such diverse efforts as the terribly sad Timothy Treadwell documentary Grizzly Man (covering the bear lover’s infatuation with the creatures before he

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WWF Ad Breaks Down What’s Caught On A Tuna Line

by Michael dEstries

A new ad by the World Wildlife Fund running in South Africa does a brilliant job of communicating just how many species suffer as a result of long-line tuna fishing.

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Speak Your PEACE: Make The World A Better Place, 12 Seconds At A Time

by Elizah Leigh

If Andy Warhol were alive today, he’d probably reconsider his comment about everyone seeking their 15 minutes of fame. With Twitter and You Tube both an integral part of our

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World’s Largest Web Spun In Vienna

by Michael dEstries

For any Lord of the Rings fan looking to recreate the webby fortress of Shelob (You’re out there, dammit! I know you are!), may I direct your attention to this

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Lottery Ticket DIY? Artists Turn Dashed Dreams Into Bold Artistic Installation

by Elizah Leigh

How many times have you flicked your losing lottery tickets with frustrated flair into the closest garbage can, only to saddle up to the cashier for just one, two or

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‘Day of Peace’ Eco Festival Showcasing Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots Members

by Elizah Leigh

California residents (and anyone who plans to be on the West Coast mid-September) should take note: There’s a interesting eco-festival coming up that you might want to attend. The Day

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‘Sea No Evil Art Show’ To Benefit The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society

by Daelyn Fortney

Sea No Evil Art Show 2010 benefiting the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is slated for Saturday, July 31 at the Riverside Municipal Auditorium in Riverside, Calif.  The art show will

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