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  • May
  • 24

Road Trip Prep, Vegan-Style

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Vegan cook and cookbook author, lifestyle coach, educator, and PETA friend JL Fields has graciously allowed us to share some of the many terrific articles from her blog with PETA Prime readers. You’ll find dozens of other entertaining and insightful posts like the below  from this post-40 vegan inspiration on her blog at JLGoesVegan.com. This […]

  • Feb
  • 18

New Tastes in Miami’s South Beach

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When I took my first road trip in 1989, Miami Beach, Florida, had not yet been anointed a global hotspot and Lincoln Road was years from its current fame as a glitzy pedestrian mall anchoring the north side of South Beach. But here you could find inspired cooking at little places such as the Wet […]

  • Dec
  • 5

Pocket Paradise North of Miami

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Bicycling north of Miami’s beaches, I found a bit of paradise in an unlikely place. With a row of modern white skyscrapers girding its shoreline, Sunny Isles Beach offers an array of amusements, along with a welcoming attitude toward vegans and vacationers who travel with companion animals. The compact barrier island just north of Miami […]

  • Oct
  • 5

Win With HumaneTrip.com!

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Falling leaves and dropping temperatures are a sure sign that the frigid gray days of winter will soon be upon us. But thanks to HumaneTrip.com, your escape from the coming chill may be only a mouse click away! PETA Business Friend HumaneTrip.com is offering an exclusive chance for you to win a week-long ultimate vacation […]

  • Aug
  • 10

Animal Allies Need City Rankings, Too!

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USA Today recently published a list produced by the Milken Institute of the best cities in which to grow older. Although health care was a key component of the study, its authors failed to take into consideration one of the factors that can help keep you from requiring remedial health care in the first place—namely, […]

  • Jul
  • 20

Louisville’s Edgy Veggie Bardstown Scene

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There’s much more to Louisville, Kentucky, than horseracing and bourbon. I talked about NuLu in a piece earlier this year, but I hope to return to check out some of the area’s new attractions. Among them is a new Consuming Cultures exhibit at Proof on Main, which features Johnston Foster’s birds made of scavenged materials. […]

  • Jun
  • 5

Saving Sardinia’s Strays

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I was in Sardinia last week, and as I drove along the highway, I caught a glimpse of tan fur. I did a U-turn and discovered two dogs who were sitting in a pull-off area. They ran away the moment the car door opened. However, poking about in the bushes, I found a saucepan, a […]

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