Though food is not the central focus of this film, Found Memories provides a satisfying look at people living out their lives with grace and humanity.
This transport truck appeared almost out of nowhere. On-board were the saddest looking live chickens, mostly just lying down.
With great sadness, we have learned of the passing of a former contributor to CUPS.
Many nutritionists and other health professionals believe that obesity is largely a result of eating too much fatty foods (and drinking too many sodas), and not enough physical activity. Gary Taubes believes that’s too simplistic, and likely not the main culprit.
“In the 1980s, moose numbered about 4,000 in the northwest part of the state; today, there are about 100, and the reasons for their deaths vary.” —New York Times
The Yakama Nation fisherman use their dip net poles to catch chinook salmon, coho salmon, steelhead, and pacific lamphrey near Lyles, Washington.
A commercial boatload of fresh Alaskan Copper River salmon arrived in the mail.
Why do we choose to ignore the preponderance of evidence on important societal issues, issue after issue? It’s simple…
An unusual cow that hangs out with a different crowd. Rezzy, a bovine born blind, prefers the company of chickens rather than other bovine. This is her story.
An insider’s take on why regulatory agencies don’t work and what concrete steps to take to fix the problem.