Issue #48
May 17, 2012

Deniers warm up to climate change

Americans just lived through the hottest 12 months ever on record, according to the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration. This summer is expected to stay the course; AccuWeather, a private forecasting firm, anticipates hot and dry months ahead. ... Read More

Our Favorite 7 People on Pinterest

Pinterest can be a big, big place. That’s why we’ve put together a list of our favorite, and most ethical, people to follow, and our favorite board they pin to. While you’re looking through them be sure to follow us as well! Do you have any must-follow pinners who we missed? In reverse alphabetical order (because we like to shake things up): ... Read More

The Slurpee’s Midlife Crisis [INTERVIEW]

7-Eleven’s Slurpee turns 45 this year. Perhaps not usual around this birthday, she’s looking to make a big change. Last week we had the opportunity to interview the Slurpee herself, taking a momen ... Read More

Meghan Telpner on healthy eating [INTERVIEW]

Meghan Telpner is a nutritionista extraordinaire, director of her own cooking school, and all round great gal who says things like "awesometown" and "superfantabulous." Diagnosed with Crohn’s diseas ... Read More

Can you afford to eat the way you would like?

I bet that no one would choose to drink a glass of poisonous Tiabendazole. But Tiabendazole, a pesticide that has been classified as a probable cause of cancer, is found in almost half of the apple ju ... Read More

Sprinkler Graveyard

NASA recently created this visualization to highlight how little water we actually have on Earth. Much to most people’s surprise, this doesn’t just represent drinkable water, but rather all water, ... Read More

Just Say No to S* Food

We’ve all heard the stats and the warnings – America is getting fat. In the last three decades, obesity has more than doubled. For the first time in history, more deaths are caused by being overw ... Read More
Issue #48
May 17, 2012