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Fri, May 17, 2013 10:55 AM
In a study, people chose an array of warm colors to accompany the upbeat songs and darker, grayer, bluer colors to go with the more somber ones.
Eco-fashion designer Linda Loudermilk's trunk and benefit show last weekend raised money for Free the Slaves.
Angelenos can get free water barrels installed in their homes or businesses, thanks to the city's new water-conservation program.
The horrifying/fascinating Canadian documentary Garbage! The Revolution Starts at Home makes its U.S. television debut.
Canada now produces more oil than Texas or Kuwait. A new book uncovers the dark underbelly of our northern neighbor.
New York partygoers are swimming in upcycled dumpster pools.
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Learn how to recycle your glass items.
Protect your skin with sustainable headcover.
A composer in California is making music by 'tuning' and 'playing' a tree by his house.
Our writer hosted a screening of a new film about local food in her living room. And so can you.
Beyond its claim as sailing capital of the world, Annapolis has grown into the environmental hub of the Chesapeake Bay region.
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Fair trade web store Novica offers a wide selection of eco-friendly products -- wrapped prettily sans tape!
See and hear Dave Matthews, John Mellencamp, Neil Young and Willie Nelson at Farm Aid 2009 in Missouri this October.
A new cashmere line, S+arck With Ballantyne, aims to transcend temporary trends to create fashion that lasts.
Pop-culture expert covers green celebrities, arts & culture.
Eco-fashionista and world-traveler blogs on sustainable style and living