F. Scott Fitzgerald certainly laid it out best about the rich: they are different from you and me. The Palm Beach society battle between the heirs of the National Enquirerfortune has shifted into high-gear again. As well told you earlier this month, Paul Pope and his mother Lois have been playing ... More >>
Meatless Monday has been around for quite some time, since WWI, actually. At that time, however, it was more about rationing meat during wartime than health, environmental, or animal-rights issues. Times change, and whether or not you believe meat is unethical or bad for your health, Ameri ... More >>
On Clean Plate we write a lot about delicious food and, because we can, we show you equally delicious pictures of it. Sure, pictures of cats would get even better traffic, after all, this is the internet. Unfortunately, while pictures of adorable animals are web traffic gold, there isn't generally m ... More >>
There are as many as four million animals put down in shelters every year in this country, according to estimates by the Humane Society of the United States. The problem is particularly bad in South Florida, where the recession has left many families unable to take care of the family pets. One sh ... More >>
From Nebraska, to Davie, to the arms of Anthony from Petland.The Humane Society of the United States has filed this class-action lawsuit against Petland, which has several local stores, claiming Petland buys dogs from puppy mills. This actually comes as some good news to my landlord, because now I a ... More >>
Bitten on the set of a Rick Ross video, Mark McCarthy now squares off against animal activists.
Farm Sanctuary National Advertising Division (NAD) of the Council of Better Business Bureaus earlier this week recommended that D'Artagnan Inc. discontinue certain advertising claims regarding its Artisan foie gras -- specifically that "the liver is not diseased, simply enlarged", and that the ... More >>