The full-length film will be a combination of instructional video, documentary and reality show, said Robert Cheeke, the Corvallis resident who came up with the idea for the movie and one of the film's three subjects.
Wednesday, June 29, 2005
Friday, June 24, 2005
Sunday, June 19, 2005
Pop sensation Avril Lavigne, skater girl Cara Beth Burnside, Legally Blonde babe Reese Witherspoon, Phantom Planet’s Alexander Greenwald, snowboarder extraordinaire TJ Schneider, and AFI frontman Davey Havok are among the sizzling celebs vying for this year’s titles. They cite many reasons for forgoing flesh foods, from avoiding the cruelty to animals inherent in meat production to improving their health and helping the environment. Previous winners include Andre 3000, Tobey Maguire, Josh Hartnett, Alicia Silverstone, Lauren Bush, Natalie Portman, and Shania Twain.
Monday, June 13, 2005
Morgan Spurlock, who made himself sick for our sins, eating only McDonald's for a month to spotlight the health risks of fast food consumption in his documentary 'Super Size Me,' is back with a similar gambit — a TV series called '30 Days.' The show, which premieres Wednesday on the FX cable channel, takes the extreme-immersion-as-social-commentary angle in 'Super Size Me' and franchises it out into half-hour segments. Inherent in each episode is a message.
Saturday, June 11, 2005
The U.S. government is checking a possible case of mad cow disease in an animal previously cleared of being infected, the Agriculture Department said Friday.
Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns said more tests were needed to confirm the disease, but he emphasized that the animal did not enter the food supply.
Only one case of mad cow disease has been confirmed in the U.S., in a dairy cow in Washington state in December 2003. Since then, preliminary tests have indicated the existence of the disease in three cows, but testing had ruled out mad cow disease.
Thursday, June 09, 2005
How many vegetarians does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
I don't know, but where do you get your protein?
Saturday, June 04, 2005
Friday, June 03, 2005
Wednesday, June 01, 2005
Vegan Views is a UK magazine that is independent of the Vegan Society but shares its aims. It was started in 1975 by a group of vegans who wanted to make contact with others interested in creating a more harmonious way of living based on veganism, and to communicate more informally than could be done in the official journal of the Vegan Society. It realises that many vegans feel isolated from society and appreciate contact with, and news and opinions of, other vegans.