These aren't kids at a New York City community garden. They are the members of an innovative program named WeCycle where kids earned bikes for working in the Ashview Community Garden in southwest Atlanta. The Atlanta BeltLine recently...Show More Summary
There are rainbow wigs, battling robots, and light-up drums. Tokyo's insane robot breastaurant, simply know as Robot Restaurant, will soon invade Australia for a two-day pop-up. While you may not be able to splurge on tickets to Sydney...Show More Summary
So there I was following my friend Kat Gordon's 3% Conference tweetup re: the Super Bowl ads when I fell upon a tweet from StreetFilms linking to one of its 500 films on livable streets, this time in New York City. And I realized I hadn't yet shown you my photos from when I rode-tested NYC's bikeshare program recently. Show More Summary
Hi friends! Happy 2015! I almost forgot to share this quick video I made with my bff Gaby! I’ve been dabbling with video lately, there are a few things I’m excited to share when I can, but in the meantime this should be a tasty kick off for Superbowl, yes? As always, you can find […]
Loved the Starbucks ad in the New York Times yesterday. Pardon my crinkles. Here's my video from the MLK Day of Service at Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture a few years ago. It's right in the shadow of the MLK Center for Nonviolent Social Change (which is now easily accessible via The Atlanta Streetcar). Show More Summary
Ronald is having a mid-life crisis. What's next? A red and yellow convertible? Ronald McDonald, who has been McDonald's mascot since 1963, turned 51 this year. P erhaps that explains why he decided to go skydiving in Dubai a short time ago — he's having a mid-life crisis. Show More Summary
Something special today, people! I'd like to introduce everyone to lefse [pronounced LEFF-suh], the specialty bread traditional at Christmas across Scandinavia, especially in Norway. Here to help is expert lefse-maker LeAnne Kruger, who's going to show us how to make lefse, step-by-step in video. Show More Summary
The Netherlands Nutrition Centre launched a new food safety campaign in November with a little typographic help from bacteria. For their five educational posters posted across the country, the Centre grew bacteria into the shape of words. Show More Summary
They're calling the eye-tracking device a "subconscious menu." Here's a scary thought: Looks like this group of anti-restaurant-tablet fear-mongers were prescient after all. The Washington Post reports Pizza Hut locations in the United...Show More Summary
Nerdy Nummies hosted by Rosanna Pansino is a YouTube series dedicated to making pop culture treats from everyday ingredients.
Jay-Z stays on as the face of Budweiser as the brand struggles to gain a foothold among the elusive millennial demographic. Kids these days aren't chugging the cheap stuff. Budweiser is facing some hard facts as it rebrands its image yet...Show More Summary
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From opening to two stars in 10 months flat. Chicago chef Jake Bickelhaupt thought he may have heard something wrong. "Wait a minute, you said two. Two stars, right? One, two," Bickelhaupt laughs, recounting last week's phone call that...Show More Summary
The chain is denying the allegations. An animal rights group is claiming that fried chicken chain Chick-fil-A buys poultry from a company that abuses chicken. Mercy For Animals released secretly recorded footage (shot between January and April) of activities at a chicken factory farm in Mississippi and slaughterhouse in Tennessee. Show More Summary
One of the health trend's first advocates was perhaps a little bit of a huckster.
The Yale Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity has just released its 2014 Sugary Drink FACTS report. Some of the findings: Beverage companies spent $866 million to advertise unhealthy drinks in 2013, and increase since the previous year. Children and teens remain key target audiences for that advertising. Much marketing is done through Facebook, […]
A new study suggests that dirty environments people more likely to lie, cheat, and otherwise behave badly, but past research has found that mess actually makes people more moral.
Smells like an order of Jack Daniels' glazed ribs with a side of lawsuit. Want a kiss with that skillet of sizzling fajitas? TGI Fridays' UK division today announced plans to release the drones — mistletoe-carrying drones, that is. The...Show More Summary
Ask any doctor or veterinarian to rate the important medical discoveries of the past century, and antibiotics would surely be at or near the top of the list. In this century, too, antibiotics are expected to remain an essential tool for treating animal and human diseases. But the “miracle of antibiotics” is being threatened. There... Continue Reading
The holidays at the Holderness family’s home has got to be fun!