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Popular Children's Book 'Fancy Nancy' To Hit The Small Screen

Fancy Nancy fans, rejoice! The beloved children's book series is going to be adapted into a television show. Variety reported on March 27 that Disney Junior acquired the rights to create "an animated telepic and series adaptation" of...Show More Summary

Monday Morning Roundup: Looking Back At The Panhandle Freeway

HP's former CEO could make presidential bid, animal rights showdown at Whole Foods, and Dolores Park trash photos. [ more › ]

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Spies

Illustration by Michael Byers As a hunter, I have always maintained that if the right opportunity presented itself on a game animal, I wouldn’t hesitate for a second. I’d take the shot, then and there, before my quarry could slip away. Show More Summary

Let's #OpentheBarns to Transparency

As Big Ag continues its efforts to conceal the truth about how animals suffer on factory farms, the ASPCA and advocates continue our counterattack to protect the public's right to know what goes on there. "Ag-gag" bills - conceived and...Show More Summary

Yes, Ted Nugent was weird in the '80s too

Yesterday we featured the animal rights song “Bears” on Lost and Found, so to give equal time, today we feature the man whose motto is “Bag ‘em and tag ‘em” - Ted Nugent and “Little Miss Dangerous.”

Exposing Animal Abuse Now Unlawful

Animal rights activists are fighting new laws which make it a crime to document and report on animal cruelty. It all started a couple years back in Idaho. An undercover video taped in 2012 showed Idaho dairy workers beating cows, prompting criminal convictions. State lawmakers responded — by banning undercover videos. Activists citing the right [...]

5 Reasons I'm Already Over Spring

3 days agoLifestyle : xoJane

I'm glad winter is over, but spring isn't exactly inspiring me to run through a field while yodeling about baby animals in love. (Those are spring things, right?)

Sol Campbell says he shoots birds for the lovely banter [Shooting Gazette]

This interview Sol Campbell has given with Shooting Gazette won’t go down well with Animal Rights activists, that’s for sure. Campbell has given a rather bizarre interview with a hunting magazine, in which he proudly brags of his love of shooting birds. The former defender has often divided opinion, not least during his playing days, when […]

U.S. gives approval for $350,000 rhino hunt sold at Texas auction

AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - A hunter who paid $350,000 last year at a Dallas auction for a license to hunt an endangered black rhino in Namibia will be able to bring home a trophy despite protests from animal rights groups that said the sale was immoral.

This hunter wants an endangered rhino’s head as a trophy. Looks like he’ll get it.

4 days agoHealth : The Checkup

Big game hunter Corey Knowlton's long wait to kill an endangered black rhinoceros in Africa is finally over.In a decision Thursday that's certain to rile animal rights activists, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service removed the last hurdle in the way of Knowlton's quest. Show More Summary

MC Frontalot Music Video Animator Auctions off Original Frames to Benefit the Electronic Frontier Foundation

4 days agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Portland, Oregon artist Chad Essley has begun auctioning off original frames from the MC Frontalot animated music video “Shudders” to benefit non-profit digital rights group, The Electronic Frontier Foundation. All of the auction’s proceeds will be directly donated to the EFF. images via Cartoon Monkey submitted via Laughing Squid Tips

Sony Nabs Rights To 'Robotech,' Movie Franchise In The Works

Robotech might finally hit the big screen. Sony has secured the rights to the popular anime series, in hopes that is will turn into a film franchise. According to Variety, the studio wants to move into production as quickly as possible. Show More Summary

Robotech Movie Might Actually Be Happening

Sorry, Tobey Maguire. Despite having been attached to the project (at Warner Bros.) for what feels like forever, Variety reports today that Sony have now picked up the rights to the classic animated series, and are getting serious about making not just one Robotech movie, but lots of them. Read more...

Sony Assembles 1980s Sci-Fi Anime ‘Robotech'; Idris Elba Eyed For ‘Star Trek 3?

1980s sci-fi anime series Robotech is being fast-tracked for the big screen by Sony. The studio acquired rights to the toon with an eye on developing it as a worldwide franchise. Gianni Nunnari and Mark Canton are producing from Michael Gordon’s script. Show More Summary

6 Of The Best Lean Animal Proteins

Animal proteins can be a great addition to your diet plan when done right — but make sure to keep things lean.

57 Canines Rescued From Dog Meat Farm Are Brought To US To Be 'Treasured' In Forever Homes

5 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Dozens of dogs who were destined for a sad fate are now getting a new beginning. Animal rights group Humane Society International (HSI), along with Change for Animals Foundation, rescued 57 dogs from a meat farm in South Korea, earlier this month, a representative from HSI told The Huffington Post. Show More Summary

10 Wildlife Photographers You Should Follow on 500px Right Now

Whether you're an aspiring wildlife photographer, an animal lover, or a conservationist who has dedicated much of your life to helping preserve the animal kingdom, these ten 500px photographers offer an endless source of inspiration and beauty through their images. Fair warning: I wouldn't be surprised if you lose an entire day... Show More Summary

Captive killer whale lawsuit takes another turn

6 days agoTechnology : Tech Talk

Animal rights groups hope an appeals court will help free the orca Lolita from a Miami aquarium where it has lived since 1970

Killer Whale Goes on Trial in Florida

Animal rights activists have asked a federal appeals court to reconsider a lawsuit to free a killer whale from a Florida aquarium.

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