Arts/Culture

The New Yorker Features Cartoon Against Animal Captivity

by Natalia Lima

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

by Natalia Lima

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

by Brianne Hogan

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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Mark Zuckerberg Wants to Start a Worldwide Book Club

by Brianne Hogan

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has made his New Year’s resolution: the billionaire has pledged he will read a new book every other week in 2015. Zuckerberg made the announcement on

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Exclusive: Darren Aronofsky on the Future of Humanity and Finding Balance

by Nell Alk

It’s little wonder writer and director Darren Aronofsky was selected to receive the Humane Society’s inaugural Humane Filmmaker Award: An outspoken vegetarian who openly lauds live animal alternatives in motion

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‘Racing Extinction’ to Premiere at Sundance Film Festival

by Natalia Lima

Mark your calendars, everyone. There’s finally a release date for the much anticipated documentary ‘Racing Extinction.’ The new film by ‘The Cove’ director Louie Psihoyos is set to premiere at

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Masterpiece Sold for $65 Million to Help Environmental Causes

by Natalia Lima

A French masterpiece has been sold for a record breaking price at auction and the money will benefit the environment and other public health causes. Edouard Manet’s ‘Spring’, or in

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