Tim DeChristopher was sentenced to 2 years in prison, a $10,000 fine, and 3 years of supervised release. Here are Ask Umbra's courtroom observations.
In the days leading up to his first attempt at hosting a party with a small carbon footprint, our host faces a dilemma: Some guests insist on driving.
Servers generate so much heat that they have to be kept in super-cooled rooms, lest the entire Cloud collapse. People's houses need heat, at least in the winter months. Two great tastes that go great …
Somebody call the Antiques Roadshow! I found a vintage designer piece in my mom's closet. Blouse goddess, indeed.
Turns out my mom had some beautiful blouses back in the day. Too bad none of her pants or skirts will fit me, other than these blinged-out white jeans.
Climate activist Tim DeChristopher will face two years in jail and a $10,000 fine for two federal felonies incurred while disrupting an oil and gas auction in Utah.
In the third week of Umbra's month of dares, she dresses up like a bee and stops to smell the planet.
Here's something I didn't expect to miss about shopping for new clothes: air conditioning. And cleanliness. Oh, and dressing rooms.