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  • This is Why Jake Gyllenhaal Loves Dogs… and Kisses

    4:00am By Abbie Stutzer
    This is the cutest Jake Gyllenhaal interview ever. Related on EcoSalon 5 Social Media Influencers Share Their Top Tips on Cruelty-Free Glamour (Always Be Camera-Ready!) 3 Celebrities Who Need to Host Adult Summer Camps (and Invite Us, Please!) 4 Celebrities We…
  • Schools May Start Tackling Fake News: #NowWhat

    3:00am By Abbie Stutzer
    iStock/mixetto Unfortunately, fake news was the “news” of 2017. Fake news was everywhere. It was on Facebook feeds and shared via emailed links. It also was the topic of conversation in newspapers and on nightly newscasts. Kids and fake news Fake news has…
  • New Treefrog Species Named After Filmmaker Stanley Kubrick’s Classic ‘A Clockwork Orange’

    1:28am By Jill Ettinger
    Scientists have named a newly discovered Amazon treefrog species after the late filmmaker Stanley Kubrick’s 1971 classic film, “A Clockwork Orange.” The award-winning film was based on the 1962 Anthony Burgess novel of the same title. Kubrick’s…
  • Small Forest Cat is Quick, Cunning, and Cute

    Wed 2:40pm By Abbie Stutzer
    This small forest cat wants to make your day better by giving you a lot of cute. Related on EcoSalon The Case for Animal Personhood: Will ‘Nonhuman’ Persons Make Us Better Humans? This Woman Has a Magical Porch Humanity’s Dishonorable Legacy: Killing Off…
  • 5 Yummy Cabbage Recipes to Use Up All of That Winter CSA Produce

    Wed 3:00am By Emily Monaco
    iStock/trait2lumiere If you subscribe to a CSA or frequent your local farmer’s market, you’re probably running out of cabbage recipes to try – but there are still plenty of ways you can bring out the best in winter crucifers. iStock/LauriPatterson 1.…
  • Flowers, Grass, and Plant-Inspired Insect Art

    Tue 5:00am By Abbie Stutzer
    Raku Inoue, Montreal-based Japanese illustrator, artist and designer, makes intricate pieces of art. Inoue’s insect art is made with “flower petals, blades of grass, leaves and other plant-based ephemera,” reports Treehugger. Related on EcoSalon This is…
  • This Plastic Ban Needs to Go Worldwide

    Tue 4:00am By Abbie Stutzer
    iStock/dstaerk Q-tips—the cotton swabs people use to clean various body nooks and crannies—are harming marine life. Scotland tackles its Q-tip problem Scotland isn’t the only country in the UK that’s developed a plastic Q-tip pollution problem. But it…
  • How to Grow Fresh Microgreens Indoors

    Tue 3:00am By Jen Wallace
      iStock/sashul9 When fresh produce is at a premium during the winter growing season, take a page from professional chef’s book and grow your own microgreens indoors. During the winter we all crave fresh produce, but it can be expensive, not to mention…
  • Flying With Birds is More Than Fun

    Mon 12:29pm By Abbie Stutzer
    This man flies with birds. His service helps ensure the birds safely get to their destination. Related on EcoSalon 7 Bird Design Trends for Birds of a Feather (Lovers) How Birds Survive Winter A Reminder That Bird Feeders Feed Birds… and Entertain Cats…
  • Screw the Taboo: Older Women are Unapologetically Dating Younger Men

    Mon 12:27pm By Abbie Stutzer
      iStock/gollykim Women have not always felt free to date whomever they’ve wanted. Society, personal obligation, fear…You name the reason and a woman somewhere at some time probably felt like she had to choose a certain partner because of one outside or…
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