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My Interview with “Today’s Leading Women”

My Interview with “Today’s Leading Women”

Hello good people of Gotham! I did an interview with “Today’s Leading Women” Podcast.  Host Marie Grace Berg was very thorough.  We talked about everything from my favorite business books, to cartoon heroes – Carmen Sandiego et al. If you’re ...

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Proud to be Cruelty Free

Proud to be Cruelty Free

I would venture a guess that the majority of human beings want to use cruelty free cosmetic/beauty products. I don’t think people walk around saying, “I would like my perfume to be worn by a rat first please.” Or “I’m ...

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Horses to be Slaughtered in the US for Meat

Horses to be Slaughtered in the US for Meat

The U.S.D.A. (United States Department of Agriculture) is moving toward approving a horsemeat slaughterhouse in New Mexico within the next two months. This will be the first time equine meat slaughtered in the US will be offered for human consumption ...

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Bait and Switch: The Harmful Mislabeling of Fish

Bait and Switch: The Harmful Mislabeling of Fish

If the environmental consequences weren’t enough reason to swear off fish a newly released study by OCEANA found that seafood fraud (the mislabeling of fish) is wide spread.  Of particular concern are fish species the FDA advises against eating, either because ...

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The Joy of Raw Cuisine with Chef Gum

The Joy of Raw Cuisine with Chef Gum

Recently, I had the distinct pleasure of seeing raw/vegan chef Kirsten Gum work her magic at the Gourmandise School of Sweet’s and Savories in Santa Monica, CA. She made a chocolate pudding using avocado as the base, which I swear on my favorite ...

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Green Bronx Machine: Fighting Poverty

Green Bronx Machine: Fighting Poverty

Stephen Ritz noticed the kids in his class were getting heavier and heavier. Three generations had pass through his Bronx classroom; obesity and diabetes were on the rise. He needed to engage his students, to make them responsible for their ...

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