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  • Feb
  • 4

Meet Ellie Goulding!

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Meet Ellie Goulding and receive 2 tickets to an upcoming show of your choice!


  • Feb
  • 3

Escaped Cow Teaches Us a Lesson in Compassion

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His name is Freddie. Two weeks ago, he was just a number—one of the 30 million anonymous cows slaughtered for their flesh and skin in the U.S. every year. Today, he’s a poster cow for eating vegan. Freddie became famous when he made a break for it while being unloaded from a truck at a […]


  • Feb
  • 2

Octogenarian Bodybuilder’s Vegan Lifestyle Inspired Many

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We were saddened to hear of the sudden, unexpected death last week of vegan bodybuilder Jim Morris, 80, who inspired so many with a chiseled physique that belied his age. A former bodyguard of Elton John, Jim broke the color barrier in bodybuilding, and he broke the age barrier by posing in the buff at […]


  • Feb
  • 2

This New Travel App Will Help You Speak Vegan in Every Language

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Have wanderlust? Then you’ll be excited about a new travel app called Veganagogo. Available for iPhones, the app makes it as easy as vegan pie to order animal-free food abroad.


  • Feb
  • 1

Food for Thought: Going Vegan Can Help Cut the Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

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There are all kinds of good-for-you reasons to go vegan, namely, the reduced risks of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, obesity, hypertension, and other chronic degenerative diseases and conditions that have been connected to eating meat, eggs, and dairy products. Add the reduced risk of Alzheimer’s disease to the list. According to the Physicians Committee for […]


  • Jan
  • 28

Don’t Forget Your Hidden Firewood Friends

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The other night, we had a roaring fire going. The house was warm, our dogs and house rabbit were hanging out in front of the fireplace, and I decided to throw on another couple of logs. I picked one up that had a hole in the end. Always worried about harming animals unintentionally, we grabbed a flashlight, looked into the hole, and saw two little eyes staring back at us. A lizard had been sleeping deep in the hole, and we missed him when we gathered our wood. We put the log back into the woodpile outside so the little guy could continue his nap. Luckily, we had found him, but we were still very shook up-if we hadn’t checked the log, it would have been a very painful death for him.


  • Jan
  • 27

6 Chic Vegan Shoes to Spice Up Your Winter Wardrobe

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From Stella McCartney to Vaute Couture to Olsenhaus, we’ve seen the popularity of vegan clothing and shoe designers soar. And while items from big-name fashion houses like the aforementioned are not always attainable for the masses, nowadays there are plenty of products from cruelty-free brands that are. Vegan footwear is more widely available than ever […]


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