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  • http://qz.com/595673/more-than-half-the-plastic-in-the-ocean-comes-from-these-five-countries/

    More than half the plastic in the ocean comes from these five countries

    via Quartz

  • Museums are keeping a ton of the world’s most famous art locked away in storage

    via QZ.com

  • Sarah K. Benning

    via HonestlyWTF

  • The Problem With “Made In The U.S.A.”

    via Refinery 29

  • These Incredible Lamps Create Amazing

    via HigherPerspectives.com

  • The Prophecy

    via CNN.com

  • 12 Days of Giveaways

    via HonestlyWTF

  • American Textiles

    via HonestlyWTF

  • The Little Prince Review

    Film Review for The Little Prince

    I recently had the opportunity to co-host a screening of The Little Prince at the Museum of Modern Art, alongside Ohana & Co. The film is an adaptation of the famous Antoine de Saint-Exupéry book about an old pilot who encounters an alien prince…

  • Holiday Gift Guide

    Check out our favorite gifts for the holidays!

  • Making Climate Change Fashionable

    via Forbes.com

  • The longest floating structure in history

    is about to hit the ocean to fix a big problem. via Upworthy.com

  • UNICEF

    UNICEF Snowflake Ball

    and Giving Back this Holiday

  • Meet Rachel Dana

    Rachel Dana started Dana Confection Co. after experiencing first-hand the joy and inspiration that comes from cooking with the seasons. The constantly changing ingredients led her to explore local fruits and preservation methods and, ultimately, to bring the beloved French calisson to the American market. By using…

  • 100 days of Plants & Pots

    100 Days of Plants & Pots

    via HonestlyWTF

  • 7 Ways for Youth to Respond

    to #RacingExtinction and #COP21

  • Choose to Be Grateful. It Will Make You Happier.

    Choose to Be Grateful. It Will Make You Happier.

    via the New York Times

  • Gretchen Roehrs

    Q&A with Gretchen Roehrs

    Her drawings offer a fresh look at ingredients, showcase the wonderful colors found at local markets…

  • Iceburg

    Hula’s Iceberg Murals

    via HonestlyWTF

  • Massimo Bottura’s Edible Art

    via Saveur

  • Vegan-Gluten-Free-Thanksgiving-Stuffing-Muffins-with-Mashed-Potatoes-and-Gravy-3--1024x682

    Meatless Monday

    via the Colorful Kitchen!

  • Q&A with Culinary Nutritionist Stefanie Sacks

    Stefanie Sacks, MS, CNS, CDN is a culinary nutritionist, author, radio show host, educator, speaker and consultant. Studying food and healing for 25 years, she is a self-described ‘Culinary Nutritionist’ – a professional chef with a Masters of Science in Nutrition. Her blog, What…

  • Q&A with Cara

    Q&A with Designer Cara Piazza

    Cara Marie Piazza is a Natural Dyer and Textile Designer living and producing her work in New York City. Committed to sustainable and ethical production, she manufactures all of her pieces here in NYC with all fabrics sourced ethically and sustainably using organic cottons, bamboo…

  • Denim RE/DONE

    Q&A with RE/DONE

    RE/DONE is an innovative brand that repurposes discarded denim to create modern styles with the unique feel of worn-in jeans. Founded by Sean Barron and Jamie Mazur, the pair used Barron’s background in apparel and Mazur’s vintage inspirations to restore individuality to luxury design. What began as…

  • The Shortlist

    The Tribeca Shortlist

    This week, we are thrilled to have Food for Thought, Food for Life featured with Tribeca Shortlist as part of a specially selected group of films curated by Martha Stewart. The new streaming service from TribecaEnterprises and Lionsgate films offers a handpicked selection of high-quality movies from…

  • Via BuzzFeed

    13 Surprising Things Made With Recycled And Reused Plastics

  • Are Vegetables The New Meat?”

    via Vogue.com

  • Food Day: Recap

    It’s so exciting that Food Day continues to gain momentum and enthusiasm across the globe. With a focus on inspiring people to change their diets and our food policies, events took place worldwide that helped increase awareness and educate the public on many important issues, such as:…

  • Leadership in the Bible

    Leadership in the Bible: A Practical Guide for Today

    In a world where there is a vacuum of leadership and misunderstanding, it’s refreshing to find new approaches that are useful in both our personal and professional lives…

  • Living Roof

    Living Roofs

    via HonestlyWTF

    Oeuf Winter 2015

    by Erica in Cool Hunting

  • Official Release: Food for Thought, Food for Life

    I’m thrilled to announce the official release of my short documentary, Food for Thought, Food for Life. The film will be available this Saturday, October 24th, in celebration of Food Day, but you can view it early on www.foodforthoughtfilm.com.

  • LEGO-pieces-pile

    LEGO is investing

    $150 million to ditch plastic & start creating their blocks with sustainable materials.

  • A French Museum Dedicated to Over 100 Hyperrealistic Miniature Film Sets

    by Kate Sierzputowski via thisiscolossal.com

  • Goddess of Love Incarnate: The Life of Stripteuse Lili St. Cyr.

    Goddess of Love Incarnate:

    David and I were honored to host a party for documentary filmmaker and writer Leslie Zemeckis’ latest book, Goddess of Love Incarnate: The Life of Stripteuse Lili St. Cyr. The biography chronicles the life of a woman who was a famous stripteaser, rubbing elbows with many…

  • Dan Barber

    Q&A with Chef Dan Barber

    Dan Barber is the co-owner and executive chef of Blue Hill and Blue Hill at Stone Barns, and the author of The Third Plate (May 2014, The Penguin Press). His opinions on food and agricultural policy have appeared in the New York Times, along with…

  • Cloud Cult Band Photo

    Q&A with Cloud Cult

    Experimental indie-rock band Cloud Cult provides the soundtrack and art for Food for Thought, Food for Life, and they’ll be hosting a screening event on October 24th in their hometown of Viroqua, Wisconsin to help start the conversation. They are longtime supporters of the environment and…

  • Reviewing Robert Zemeckis' The Walk

    Film Review

    I’ve had the pleasure of seeing many of the Robert Zemeckis’ films that are currently being showcased at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. The retrospective coincides with the release of Zemeckis’ newest film The Walk, which explores Phillippe Petit’s artistic vision and focuses on…

  • Dujour.com

    An Art-Filled Private Getaway in the South of France

    via Dujour.com

  • Chanel

    Art in Fashion

    Chanel via Business of Fashion

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