They say you shouldn't s%&t where you eat, but have you ever considered brushing with what you eat? This week, the Urbivore finds herself on a trip with only an apple and baking soda.
Ask Umbra's book club celebrates Americana this month. Join the book club and read United States of Americana this month!
A society with high income inequality is more likely to suffer all manner of social ills, from teenage pregnancy to negative environmental behavior.
The Crosstown #5 bus opera set to debut in Santa Fe will almost certainly be a ride you won't want to miss. Just sit back and let the music move you.
By maintaining a constant level of cologne sprayed both inside and outside their stores, Abercrombie and Fitch gives everyone the chance to be the prince of a town called Smell-Air.
My interest in the ArtPrize contest underway in Grand Rapids, Mich., stems from this line from Gene Duvernoy: "Cities are what's going to get us out of this mess ... and what makes cities livable is art."
A clever public health campaign in Malmö, Sweden, is getting people onto bikes by making them feel silly for driving short distances when they could bike instead.
Remember all the ranting about the federal government's ineptitude with the BP oil spill? Now three out of four Gulf residents want the feds to be involved in restoring their wetlands and beaches. Go figure.
Don't go crazy trying to figure out the most environmentally friendly way to get from New York City to Jon Stewart's "Rally to Restore Sanity" in Washington, D.C. The founder of Huffington Post has got you covered. See the whole thing go down on Tuesday's episode of The Daily Show.
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