Arts/Culture

Aspen Art Museum Defends Art Exhibit Featuring iPad-Mounted Tortoises

by Brianne Hogan

It’s not just the Ninja kind of turtles that are making headlines this weekend. An art exhibit featuring three tortoises with iPads attached to their shells are also causing a

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Q&A with Vegan Comedian Myq Kaplan, Now on Netflix

by Nell Alk

You may recognize the name Myq Kaplan from such shows as NBC’s widely watched “Last Comic Standing” (where he made it to the final five), Comedy Central’s “@MIDNIGHT,” “The Late

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Moby Instagrams Powerful Statue from Anti-Vivisection Show

by Amanda Just

Singer/songwriter, Moby attended the anti-vivisection show at the National Museum of Animals & Society and Instagrammed a statue with a powerful message.

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Apple’s ‘Spaceship’ HQ to Feature Massive Bike-Sharing Program

by Michael dEstries

Besides the massive fruit orchard, solar arrays, and other cutting-edge sustainable characteristics of Apple’s 176-acre future home, we now know there will also be over 1,000 bikes available for employees

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We’re Giving Away Three Signed Copies of ‘Shark Tank Jump Start Your Business’

by Michael dEstries

If you’re a diehard Ecorazzi reader, you may remember Michael Parrish DuDell–our gallant senior editor from 2007-2010 (and very first employee). Since leaving the Razz, Michael’s gone on to be

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Exclusive: Real Talk with Plant-Based Hip-Hop Diva Leslie Hall

by Nell Alk

It wasn’t until last month that by happenstance I discovered Iowa-based satirical rap artist—and avid vegan—Leslie Hall. Sitting in on a Saturday night, scrolling my Facebook feed, I see someone’s

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Recent Banksy Street Art Draws Attention to Animal Suffering

by Megan Thompson

Graffiti artist Banksy has won international fame for his poignant social and political commentary, all conveyed through a dark, satirical street art style.

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