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Terri NYC

One of my favorite places to pick up vegan takeout in New York City is Terri. They’ve had a location for some time on 23rd street near 6th…

Bring it on Down to Veganville

Vegan Black Metal Chef at ROFLCON

This weekend I was lucky to attend ROFLCON III, the third (and reportedly final) version of the internet culture conference at MIT. One of my favorite sessions was…

Veggie Galaxy – Vegetarian Diner and Vegan Bakery

This weekend during PodCamp Boston I took a trip down the red line to Central square and checked out Veggie Galaxy, the new Vegetarian Diner and Vegan Bakery…

Veganism and Attention Science: Seeing the Gorilla

Vegan Montreal

Spent last weekend in Montreal – had a great time at DrupalCamp, and visited a number of great restaurants. The Green Panther / La Panther Verte (Yelp) The…

Vegan French Bistro Comfort Mats

So I’m browsing the Ballard Designs catalog the other day and I stumbled upon these “French Bistro Comfort Mats,” which are described thusly: The fun design is based…

Maoz More than Ever!

Ok, I apologize for the groaner pun. But I’m very happy to learn (via QuarryGirl) that Maoz is expanding in New York, including a new storefront in Times…

New Vegan-Friendly Businesses: Sudo Shoes, True Bistro

Looking forward to the opening of two new businesses in the Boston area catering to vegans: Sudo Shoes, due to open this summer this month in Porter Square,…

The New Four Food Groups

(via Veggie Going Vegan) I was happy to find “The New Four Food Groups” from the PCRM: It’s also available on their site as a full color handout…

You Call This Targeted?

I’ve noticed lately that while reading my set of RSS feeds I’m getting lots of ads that I don’t consider well targeted at me as a vegan: I’m…

Carnism as an ideology

Loved this, from a discussion on Making Hay of Dr. Melanie Joy’s new book Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs, and Wear Cows: What we eat – what…

Vegans – Join Blog Action Day

The folks at Change.org will be hosting Blog Action Day again this year, with a focus on Climate Change. It’s a great opportunity to remind people of the…

Purity versus Intent

Lots of (well-intentioned I’m sure) vegan and omnivore friends over the last month have sent me links to Quarrygirl’s investigative report on animal product ingredients in food purchased…

Two New Vegan Blogs

Two well known folks in the animal rights / vegan community have launched new blogs – check them out and subscribe! First, Erik Marcus, who you likely know…

Save that One, Screw the Rest?

It never ceases to amaze me how, when one cow (or goat, or pig, or chicken, or turkey) escapes from the slaughterhouse, the public at large want to…

Film Screening: Seeing Through the Fence

(Guess it’s BVS week here at Goatless) This Tuesday, May 12th, the Boston Vegetarian Society is hosting a screening of Seeing Through the Fence, a film by Eleni…

Bittman (sort of) gets it

Mark Bittman’s a columnist for the NY times, and is getting lots of attention recently for his new book Food Matters. He’s essentially urging a plant-based diet, though…

New Blog from Farm Sanctuary: Making Hay

New blog from the folks at Farm Sanctuary, focused on activism: Check it out and subscribe to their feed for ongoing updates!

All the more reason to love DrupalCon

DrupalCon, the semi-annual (twice a year) conference of Drupal developers, is coming up next week in Washington DC. Filling out my profile, I was delighted to see these…