Well, friends, we’ve finally reached the end. The final installment of this year’s Do Gooder Gift Guide. It’s been swell sharing these squeaky clean companies with you and yours, refreshing your memory or newly introducing you to the best of the best in compassionate consumerism.
Today’s gift guide, the last in a series of seven, . . . → Read More: P&C’S DO GOODER GIFT GUIDE: PART VII
Snowflake Ornament in Gold from Lunares
Home is where the heart is, or so the saying goes. With that in mind, we knew no gift guide series would be complete without paying homage to the home. This installment is a bit hodgepodge in that it includes several separate types of items one might find in the . . . → Read More: P&C’S DO GOODER GIFT GUIDE: PART VI
Au Naturale Pomegranate Blush
Besides spreading good tidings and cheer, the holidays are also all about giving and receiving, right? And they’re about feeling good and looking good, too. What better way to spruce up your own, or a close friend’s, face – and frame of mind – than to buy bath and beauty items that . . . → Read More: P&C’S DO GOODER GIFT GUIDE: PART V
Last week in Part I we kicked off this series with a much-deserved nod to some of the foremost books and films shaping compassionate people today. Whether on behalf of animal welfare, environmental protection or human health, the selection embodies the great potential for positive change we each possess. Go movers and shakers! And kale!
This week . . . → Read More: P&C’S DO GOODER GIFT GUIDE: PART II
Welcome to the first installment in a series of gift guides catered to good taste and good doers. Seriously, though, this gift-giving directory is for anyone and everyone, including you! Over the years I’ve become increasingly attuned to the fact that each and every one of us should be doing all we can in support of . . . → Read More: P&C’S DO GOODER GIFT GUIDE: PART I
Brooklyn-based comedian Myq Kaplan is not only hilarious, he’s also vegan, singlehandedly dispelling the myth that animal rights activists lack a sense of humor. Take that, haters. Anyway.
Kaplan, whose name you may recognize from NBC’s Last Comic Standing (where he made it to the final five), was on hand yesterday at Farm Sanctuary’s Walk for Farm . . . → Read More: Comedy Meets Tragedy: A Q&A with Vegan Laugh-Man Myq Kaplan
“There is not a lot, particularly these days, that we can get a vast majority of Americans to agree on. But I think one sentiment that provokes unanimity is the idea that cruelty to animals is unacceptable,” spoke former MTV News correspondent and longtime vegan John Norris. He addressed an intimate crowd at Mercy For Animals’ . . . → Read More: MTV Meets Mercy For Animals
This past Sunday evening I had the pleasure of partaking in a memorable meal among old and new friends alike. At a candlelit table situated in a shaded residential garden terrace in the heart of the East Village, I dined on delectable vegan vittles, savoring the flavors, the company and the conversation. Not to mention the . . . → Read More: A Seat at the Table: Dinner with True Friends