- Listen to the Feb 12, 2013 show (or download the archive):
James McWilliams on what Locavores and Vegans have in common and how to truly reform our industrial food system
In this show we talk with James McWilliams, a writer based in Austin, Texas, whose articles have appeared in the New York Times, The Washington Post, Harper’s, Slate, Forbes and numerous other publications. His thoughts appear almost daily on his blog, “Eating Plants.” James is a contributor to Freakonomics.com and the new Laika Magazine. He is the author of several books including “Just Food: Where Locavores Get It Wrong and How We Can Truly Eat Responsibly.” James has more books in the works, one scheduled to be published this year, plus in the fall he’ll start a year-long speaking tour.
We also bring you News from The Vegan Frontier, including why Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel asked the city of Chicago to go vegan, and how a group of dolphins tries to save one of their own by making a raft with their bodies. Plus we read a tribute to Changila, an elephant gunned down by poachers.
And, of course, we let you know about vegan related happenings in and around Central Oregon, and more!
News from the Vegan Frontier:
- That Cuddly Kitty Is Deadlier Than You Think
- The Ghosts in our Machine
- Dolphins try to save another dolphin
- Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel Endorses Vegan Diet to Lower Healthcare Costs and Promote Longevity
- ASPCA recognizes Northeastern Pennsylvania’s Indraloka Animal Sanctuary
- Saluting Changila
- To the Friends of Changila: Thank you
News around Town:
VegNet Bend will hold their monthly meeting and potluck at 6p, Feb 27th, at The Environmental Center, 16 NW Kansas in Bend. Bring a vegan dish to share and your recipe or list of ingredients. Storytelling night!
For more information about this event, see VegNet Bend Group on Facebook or email .
Vegan Valentine’s Day at Broken Top Bottle Shop, Feb 14th. 1740 NW Pence Lane, Bend.
Theme song and musical clips are courtesy of Paul Seymour. To learn more about New Zealand / Australia based Paul or his music, please visit paulseymour.com.au.
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All Things Vegan airs on KPOV, Bend Community Radio.