In honor of Central Park’s birthday, I tweeted on my personal account a few of my favorite photos that I’ve taken of Central Park. As I wrote in a previous post about […]
I’m writing this in response to the recent Daily Mail article, “Waitrose sells ‘guilt-free’ foie gras that avoids force feeding geese by making the delicacy in a lab using the livers of […]
Pardon my lack of updating. It’s been a hectic past few months. In that time I have rekindled my love for photography, and after renting a number of different lenses for my […]
With thanks to the National Link Coalition‘s newsletter, I present a selection of legislation that animal advocates may want to be following. The legislation summaries are courtesy of the National Link Coalition, […]
Children in kindergarten were cruel to the class robot until it was given a name. What can this story help teach advocates who want to help animals?
Hi readers! I hope you’ve been well! As I get back into regularly posting on my site, I thought it would be nice to change up the layout. I made a new […]
Liam Gallagher of Oasis welcomes a new cat into his family.
The Background This is a follow-up to this post. Urban Adamah (UA), a Jewish community center, had 15 hens. When the hens were no longer producing eggs to the center’s satisfaction, the […]
My Interview With the Filmmakers of “Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret”: Animal Agriculture’s Devastating Impact On Our Planet
There is one single industry destroying the planet more than any other, and yet the world’s major environmental organizations do not want to discuss it. The upcoming documentary film “Cowspiracy: The Sustainability […]
A new study just published in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology casts doubt on the claim that oily fish (i.e. marine fats) is good for heart health. “To date, more than 5000 […]