I was reading a fascinating article in The Atlantic, “France’s Troubled Romance With Beef,” which discusses the evolution of French cuisine. One way French cuisine is apparently changing is that the country’s […]
September 22 is #WorldRhinoDay. I was following the hashtag “#Iam4Rhinos” this morning and I saw that WWF tweeted that 20,400 is the approximate number of white rhino remaining in the world. IN […]
Customers camped outside a Chik-Fil-A in Warwick, Rhode Island (my home state!), for two days, in the hopes of getting free Chik-Fil-A for a year. It was the grand opening and the […]
This documentary film actually came out in 1981, but until yesterday, I had never heard of it. Have you? If so, have you seen it? It obviously predates “Earthlings,” and seemed to […]
“This has been our tradition for 44 years. This is our big draw for our parish picnic. If we don’t have the pig rassle down here, we don’t hardly see any people […]
The Aspen Art Museum currently has an installation piece called, “Moving Ghost Town,” in which three African tortoises walk around an enclosed area with iPads glued to their shells. Playing on the […]
Our Hen House interviews Dr. Melanie Joy for their latest podcast.
Video of the Day: Chimps attend screening of “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.”
Today in Speciesism: Goats used in Brooklyn art installation spared from slaughter because they were found to be "endearing."
A yoga studio and healing center in New Hampshire recently killed chickens for a slaughter demonstration. Yes, you read that right — the owners of Be Well Studios and a natural market […]