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Get Out of the House!

Get Out of the House!

Don’t start hibernating yet, there are a ton of great green events coming up! Swap-0-Rama-Rama When: October 8th, from 1pm to 8PM Where: 3rd Ward, […]

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Martha Stewart's a Treehugger!

Martha Stewart's a Treehugger!

   Martha Stewart used to live less than a mile from me in Westport, CT, where she first got her start as a caterer. I’ve […]

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The Energy Diet

The Energy Diet

Image by Elwood Smith for the NYTimes. Fantastic article in the New York Times about how, with little energy or money, a regular person can […]

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Ode to Autumn

Ode to Autumn

This is my favorite season, a time of apple-picking, knit scarves and hats, pumpkin carving, colorful leaves and cool, sunny days. It’s my favorite shopping […]

by × October 5, 2006 × 0 comments

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The Complete Organic Pregnancy

The Complete Organic Pregnancy

I just finished reading newly released The Complete Organic Pregnancy (Harper Collins) by Deirdre Dolan and Alexander Zissu and loved it. Since I am currently […]

by × October 3, 2006 × 4 comments

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five and a half. handmade, recollected

five and a half. handmade, recollected

five and half‘s recycled handmade journals are by far my favorite journals. Made of interesting, recollected papers, the journals are a really great and inspiring […]

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Dumping once again

Dumping once again

    This morning I read this article about toxic sludge being dumped by a tanker in the ocean and washing up on the shores […]

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Chicks with Picks

Chicks with Picks

Photo Chris Gills Chicks with Picks, which offers ice climbing clinics for women (led by women) just announced a scholarship fund in memory of Karen […]

by × September 30, 2006 × 2 comments

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Animals In Medical Research?

When we talk of using animals for biomedical research there are two ground cases as to why it is morally unacceptable; first, it wrongly violates […]

by × September 26, 2006 × 7 comments

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PARK(ing) Day!

PARK(ing) Day!

The cool folks at Rebar (San Francisco-based art collective) in conjunction with The Trust for Public Land (TPL) sponsored PARK(ing) Day in SF on September […]

by × September 26, 2006 × 2 comments