Chipotle Classes Up the Joint With Literary Readings on Its Cups

If you decide to give the people what they want, you will find that what they want is to read some quality writing while digging into a Chipotle burrito bowl or taco or whatever they usually order at said beloved chain restaurant. » 5/15/14 1:40pm 5/15/14 1:40pm

The Passion Of The Parsnip: Vegetarianism And The Feelings Of Plants

Arguing about food is totally a thing in this waning year, and now Natalie Angier has thrown her hat into the ring by claiming that plants have feelings too. » 12/22/09 12:00pm 12/22/09 12:00pm

Natalie Portman: If We Don't Tolerate Rape, Why Do We Tolerate Meat?

Today on the Huffington Post, actress/activist Natalie Portman has an impassioned defense of Jonathan Safran Foer's vegetarian manifesto Eating Animals. She writes that "being polite to your tablemates" shouldn't trump morality. » 10/27/09 12:00pm 10/27/09 12:00pm

On Meat And Memory: What Vegetarians Give Up

Jonathan Safran Foer's Times Magazine essay on vegetarianism brings up an interesting point: for many people, becoming vegetarian means breaking with a lot of the cherished food memories that have made us who we are. » 10/12/09 7:20pm 10/12/09 7:20pm

It is Friday.

Soooo, yesterday this guy I know sent me something he had written in hopes I would link to it. This was rather presumptuous, considering the thing was some sort of critique of some sort of literary novelist I had never heard of, but I had to admit "presumptuousness" has historically been a pretty effective strategy… » 3/28/08 3:20pm 3/28/08 3:20pm

'Page Six Magazine': The Glossy Publication Of Our Functionally…

The best way to describe the brand new Page Six Magazine is New York as told to Life & Style, a verdict we would have delivered sooner if the president of Iran had not provided such irresistible fodder for our celebrity. fashion. feminism. website.* To be sure, we hear the News Corp overlords gave the editorial team… » 9/25/07 1:00pm 9/25/07 1:00pm