Written by David Anderson of Finding Your Soul
A man named Donald Patterson of Dayton, Ohio, tells an embarrassing story about the big cranberry scare. It happened some years ago, just at Thanksgiving time. Some pesticide had tainted a portion of the nation’s cranberry crop. This thing is, [...]
Written by Jackie of La Casa de Sweets
The children in this photo look so happy, so carefree. It’s hard to imagine that they are sitting in the middle of a refugee camp in Kenya, waiting for food. They are part of a group of about 13 million people [...]
(as relayed by Kathy Browning of The Cheap Gourmet)
The Cheap Gourmet founder, Kathy Browning, is hosting “Cooking for Colebear” to raise funds and awareness for Out of the Darkness Community Walks hosted by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
”Cooking for Colebear” is a [...]
Written by Jeanne Hodesh of GrowNYC’s Greenmarket
While New York City was largely spared from Hurricane Irene, many of the small family farms that fill GrowNYC’s Greenmarkets with their incredible bounty this time of year took a devastating hit. In the wake of the storm’s [...]
Texas is burning.
After the driest, hottest summer in almost a century, high winds sparked fires across the state on Sunday. One wildfire alone has burned over 34,000 acres, destroyed 600 homes and caused the complete evacuation [...]