Sarah K. Burkhalter

Sarah K. Burkhalter is Grist's project manager.

From Junk to Trunk

Or are you just soapy to see me? Man Junk: “A line of organic shampoos for the discriminating scrotum.” Members only, please. Drink, baby, drink! May we interest you in the organic Palin Syrah? It’s …

From Summer to Starr

Heel the world Summer Rayne Oakes and Payless make quite the pair … of shoes. The duo are stepping up to offer a line of eco-friendly kicks made from organic cotton, hemp, and recycled materials …

From Peeps to Piehole

Hangin’ with my peeps Keep the kids close to the nest: the illicit urban chicken movement is taking wing across the nation, hatching plans to egg houses and fowl backyards. Illicit chickens could be anywhere …

From Goldilocks to the Three Bears

Hedwig and the extra inch Blondes have more fun — if you call not being creamed by a truck fun. Which we do. Fore minutes to save the world Justin Timberlake’s got some summer love …

From Vengeance to Volt

That’s why she hated Skinner Scully wanted to believe Armani would leave Fox Mulder alone after the designer promised to stop using fur — but with his fall collection, the truth is out there. Photo: …

From Eva to Earthquake

Happily Eva after What do you do when Eva Mendes and Scarlett Johansson want your number? You answer the call. Brother, can you spare me some climate change? Booted from the Arctic by the subprime …

From Wiener to Whimper

Rubbed the wrong way Climate-change impact aside, here’s another reason not to have meat in the house: “The victims told deputies they awoke Saturday morning to the stranger applying spices to one of them and …

From Drink to Drive

No beefeater allowed Is it bad that veg-friendly rehab only makes us want to drink more? Hairy spotter Unable to bear it any more, the British army is looking to find a substitute material for …

From Bums to Bros

Naked truth Bummed out by excess packaging, LUSHes from Stockholm to Seattle bared their souls — and nearly everything else — this week. We wouldn’t mind being tied to some of those apron strings. (C’mon, …

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