Events

How The 2011 Emmy Awards Are Going Green

by Jennifer Mishler

The Primetime Emmy Awards are going eco-friendly! This year’s show will bring green to the red carpet. According to Mother Nature Network, Fox is working to “neutralize the event’s carbon

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A Dallas Vegan Celebration: The Texas Veggie State Fair

by Jennifer Mishler

We recently told our Ecorazzi readers about the University of North Texas’ brand new “Mean Greens” vegan dining hall, complete with an ever-changing menu of plant-based options. It turns out, vegans

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Hear Robin Wright Talk About The Conflict Free Campus Initiative at Georgetown

by Ali Berman

Robin Wright just got back from the eastern Congo, a trip she took with the organization Raise Hope for Congo. Now, she’s ready to share her experience and inspire others

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Sting and Trudie Styler to Be Honored by Bill Clinton for Their Rainforest Work

by Jennifer Mishler

Sting and his wife Trudie Styler will soon be honored by former president Bill Clinton for their work to conserve the rainforests. Recently, we wrote about The Rainforest Foundation, started

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‘Patterns for Paws’ Fashion Show Raises Money for Charity and Finds Homes for Dogs

by Jennifer Mishler

Last week, a fashion show was held in Los Angeles to benefit a dog and cat rescue organization, but this fashion show featured dogs on the runway. Patterns for Paws

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James Cromwell and Other Stars to Perform in Musical ‘Cats’ for Charity

by Allyson Koerner

Do you love cats? How about the musical Cats? Well then you are in luck. A variety of stars will combine their talents this weekend for a one-night only performance for

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Jerry Lewis’s Time As MDA’s National Chairman Is Up

by Allyson Koerner

The Muscular Dystrophy Association’s telethon won’t be the same this September, since Jerry Lewis has completed his run as the national chairman. The comedy legend, 85, first started hosting the

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