Living

Living

Shareable’s Neal Gorenflo wants to share with you

Neal Gorenflo, founder and publisher of Shareable, chatted with Grist readers about the sharing economy. Check out a replay of the chat.

Cities

This map shows you where to find love in every state of the union

Public transit lovers who want to meet Mr. or Ms. Right should hang out in New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, Illinois, D.C., Oregon, or Washington.

Living

Once a year, this waterfall looks like a stream of falling lava

Photographers trek to the park in that brief window to catch the red, streaming falls, with beautiful results.

Food

Opening Pandora’s Lunchbox: Processed foods are even scarier than you thought

Writer Melanie Warner spent a year and a half exploring the processed-food industry. Here are her unappetizing discoveries.

Business & Technology

Can Yahoo be more ‘efficient’ with more workers driving to the office?

What could this decision mean for other telecommuters, and for the planet?

Living

Socially and sexually deviant species of octopus shares room with preteen girl

They discovered a new kind of octopus. In the 70's. But we're just talking about it now because it's roomates with a 10-year-old girl.

A meat-lover's guide to going vegetarian

How now, happy cow? Why I deferred my reckoning with meat

Six weeks without meat left our provisional vegetarian still hungering for flesh, so she visited some farms and gave herself more time to think it over.

Living

Pollution may be endangering otter penises

The average size of an otter's penis bone has decreased over time. We know what you're thinking: "Otters have BONES in their PENISES?"

Living

Watch a man jump into freezing water to save a dog stranded on an ice floe

Would you leap into Siberian waters to save a stranded dog? This guy would.