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New Book Reveals What Some Nature Documentaries Really Do To Get Their Money Shots

by Elizah Leigh

Pssst. Wanna hear a secret? You know all those wildlife documentaries that you gobble up just like movie theater candy? Think Grizzly Man, Winged Migration, Arctic Tale and yes, even

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Admittedly Eccentric Eco-Royal Goes To Great Lengths To Become One With Nature

by Elizah Leigh

Prince Charles of Wales has given us a lot to write about throughout the years due to his consistent eco-aspirations which remind us that back in our neck of the

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Betty White, Jamie Oliver Win Early Emmy Awards

by Elizah Leigh

Gearing up for the 62nd Emmy Awards ceremony this Sunday, August 29th with Jimmy Fallon as host? Ohhhh, what a shame. We already know who the winners are and it’s

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Jon Stewart’s ‘Earth’ Highlights Mankind’s Inevitable Extinction

by Elizah Leigh

In the grand tradition of telling eco-themed tomes such as Al Gore’s Our Choice: A Plan to Solve the Climate Crisis, Josh Dorfman’s The Lazy Environmentalist and Moby’s factory farming

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Massive Chestnut Tree Shielding Anne Frank’s Hiding Place Toppled By Storm

by Elizah Leigh

Part of every school curriculum, Anne Frank’s The Diary of a Young Girl chronicles the madness of the Holocaust as seen through the insightful eyes of a teenager who was

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True Blood Rolling Stone Cover V. PETA: Which Is Better?

by Michael dEstries

JustJared noticed some similarities between this month’s True Blood-themed Rolling Stone cover and that “If I Can Dream” PETA ad from a few months back. Said one commenter, “Anna Paquin

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Betty White To Pen ‘The Zoo and I: Betty and Her Friends’

by Michael dEstries

Betty White knows that Betty White is hot — and like any other 88-year-old in the middle of a massive career tsunami, she’s striking while the iron is hot. The

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