Thu July 31, 2014 Hide & Seek: A Film About Polyamory, Love, and Society By Padmini Parthasarathy Marriage has problems. Monogamy is hard. Gender roles constrict us all like unisex spanx. Polyamory fixes those problems for some people. Show More Summary
The Salvaged Supperclub in Brooklyn turns waste food into gourmet fare elegantly served in a repurposed dumpster. The post Don’t Waste Food; Eat It! NYC’s Salvage Supperclub appeared first on Sustainablog.
For their Wednesday night practice, the Lions' quarterbacks will sport bright-green jerseys made out of recycled plastic bottles.
by Hans Johnson In an interview with Katie Couric for Yahoo! News, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was asked, “All three women justices were in the minority on the Hobby Lobby decision. Do you believe that the five male justices truly understood the ramifications of their decision?” Ginsburg replied: “I would have to say, no. Show More Summary
Gruesome footage gathered by Amnesty researchers implicates Nigeria's Military in war crimes on a truly horrifying scale.
Climate change? BORING, says this scientist. That can be solved, however, with a little help from Star Wars.
A new Los Angeles-focused water waste app allows residents to be good citizens & report leaks and deluges that they come across The post New App Lets You Report Water Waste When You Find It appeared first on Sustainablog.
Before he started singing with muppets, John Oliver showed us a lot of boxes of Cheerios. This was in the second minute of his epic rant on the state of the U.S. criminal justice system last week. Varieties of Cheerios – from "Frosted"...Show More Summary
You may have read this by now: Motherless monkeys: UW-Madison to revive controversial primate experimentsResearchers will deprive infants of maternal contact to study anxiety and depressionNoah Phillips. Isthmus 07/31/2014. I've debunked Kalin's claims here: A Response to Ned Kalin. Show More Summary
The Minnesota Vikings' new football stadium was supposed to be a point of pride for fans. The $1 billion state-of-the-art facility in the heart of downtown Minneapolis is set to be completed in 2016, and will put the crumbling Hubert H. Show More Summary
Siemens commissioned the windy version of Blue Danube Waltz to celebrate its 448-turbine wind farm.
Today, the Missouri Farmers Union sent a letter to the U.S. Department of Agriculture calling for a formal investigation into the potentially illegal use of federal pork check-off funds for a last-minute lobbying blitz in favor of Missouri’s...Show More Summary
by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli Suzy B links to an article in the New York Times discussing their efforts to teach politicians and pro-lifers in the public eye how to frame discussions on abortion and life issues. Show More Summary
Every climate-denial argument ever gets eviscerated in one place.
Arrived yesterday to Kangerlussuaq, west Greenland, now 6 AM, we’re just about out the door in effort to put more numbers on how fire and other factors are affecting Greenland’s reflectivity as part of the Dark Snow Project. I just received this 27 July, 2014 NASA MODIS satellite image showing wildfire smoke drifting over Greenland [...]
These days, it seems like wound talk is everywhere. Throughout the blogosphere, feminist writers have explosively reopened public discussions of how to articulate and theorize their pain. In April, Leslie Jamison sketched an expansive...Show More Summary
The political fallout continues from the Dan River coal-ash disaster in North Carolina.
Shaving? Waxing? Laser removal? What's an overly hirsute mammal to do? Umbra takes this question on the chin.
This is a guest post by David Suzuki. A now-famous 1972 photo of Earth taken by Apollo 17 astronauts from 45,000 kilometres away became known as “the blue marble”. The late scientist Carl Sagan described a 1990 picture taken from six...Show More Summary
The pro-life movement raised the alarm during the health care debate that adopting Obamacare would lead to rationing of health care in a way that could cost patients their very lives. Then, that started to happen more and more often. Now, one Congressional Democrat has a response to Americans who lost their health insurance under […]