PALMS Palms (Southbound) Soundgarden’s Chris Donnell has done it and so too has Scott Weiland – jumped ship from their primary bands and teamed up with the remnants of another band to form Audioslave and Velvet Revolver respectively. Now Deftones frontman Chino Moreno is keeping company with former members of Isis as Palms
Jeremy Elwood’s Notes The Foxglove Ballroom, Welington, May 14 Can’t say I expected to have my brain working during a comedy show. Normally it’s just relaxing over a beer, switching the brain off and (hopefully) trying not to pee from laughing
Beyonce, not everyone’s a fan. The pop star/fashion icon/actress/She-ra in the flesh is everywhere, doing, it seems, almost everything, but overexposure can have its drawbacks.
Lady GaGa Appears to be a little more “healthy” in her latest photo’s. I appears the singing sensation may have gained a few pounds during her ongoing European tour. And who can blame her, with all that good food available. Also, many critics are saying her new fuller looking face is actually very pretty! […]
Rihannas been back in the headlines in recent weeks for her friendship with with ex-boyfriend Chris Brown. However, the songstress has brought the focus back to a frequent topic of conversation amongst her observers, her risque wardrobe. Little Gray Dress Out clubbing in Hollywood on Saturday night, the Barbadian singer, 24, showed some flesh […]
The desire to eat meat has posed an ethical question ever since humans achieved reliable crop production: Do we really need to kill animals to live?
Or, how $90 million can finance lives of noisy ostentationSheik Mohammad Al Fassi, 27, a Saudi Arabian princeling who has lived in the U.S. for four years, keeps stumbling into the limelight.
In her book Diet for a Small Planet, Frances Moore Lappe argued more than 35 years ago that grain-fed cattle were essentially “reverse protein factories” because they required many more pounds of plant protein to produce a pound of flesh. Now there’s a similar dynamic in the global fish farming, or aquaculture, industry especially as it strains to satisfy consumers’ voracious appetite for top-of-the-food chain, carnivorous fish, such as salmon, tuna and shrimp.