Yesterday's travel-oriented post featuring PETA's choices for the ten most vegan-friendly cities in the country (a list that featured Boulder) inspired readers to share their own stories about trying to steer clear of meat in various places around the country. Here's a post from a person who singles ... More >>
We recently shared a list of the ten worst travel cities -- a roster on which Denver finished first -- as judged by inexpensive flights, short travel times to popular destinations and accessibility. But what if you're more interested in another type of accessibility -- such as the ease of finding ve ... More >>
Starting July 1, California will enforce a ban on foie gras -- delicious, delicious, fatty goose/duck liver -- and while PETA is thrilled, chefs are pissed. Why the ban on these tasty liver-lobes? Gavage, or forced tube-feeding off the animals, is seen as cruel and inhumane. But neither side in this ... More >>
Update: After news broke yesterday that Chris "Birdman" Andersen's Larkspur home had been searched in relation to a child-porn investigation, we've heard from authorities, but not from representatives of the inquiry's target. Now, however, Andersen's attorney has stepped forward, asserting that his ... More >>
In honor of the recent Hug a Vegetarian Day, Cafe Society served up the "Thirteen hottest vegetarians." But several commenters took issue with our choices:
The things I remember about going to the circus as a child are limited, but they are awesome. I distinctly recall riding an elephant -- though my parents do not -- and only recently have I accepted the vegetarian guilt that comes with that potentially false memory. This was before I saw It an ... More >>
Members of the Yelp "Elite Squad" in New York City recently received a chiding e-mail asking them, among other things, to stop acting like greedy trolls; to stop freeloading the grub; to quit auctioning off their event RSVPs to the highest bidders; and to quit bringing their entire families ... More >>
Our favorite table scraps of the week from the Cafe Society blog:
We knew when we posted the video of the live octopus hot pot at Sik Gaek in Queens that we'd stir some feelings of outrage. And we weren't disappointed. Haterade poured in on Digg, Youtube and Cafe Society, decrying us for what we ate. We already gave special recognition to a particular veno ... More >>
From Channel 31 coverage.Yesterday, we told you about the controversy over the Coleadero Rodeo, which is slated to take place at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds on Sunday even though eleven animals were hurt, and two had to be killed, following an event at the same venue on July 18. Now, Peo ... More >>
Maybe it's the ridiculous, intolerable heat that made this week so weird and wacky, and the Cafe Society trolls -- specifically "Recession" and "Poutiner" and all your other bogus aliases (we've got your IP address, schmuck) -- so moronic and volatile. Whatever the cause, the last five days o ... More >>
For more than two decades, the National Pork Board's slogan, "Pork: The Other White Meat," has attempted to convince us that swine, which, of course, is best known for BACON, is just as healthy -- bawk! -- as chicken. But pork consumption has hit a rump patch, while chicken parts are flying ... More >>
Our favorite tables scraps of the week from the Cafe Society blog: 1. The fact that Coors Field made Peta's list of the country's most vegetarian-friendly ballparks, coming in at number five on their annual list, made the rest of us darksiders swear to eat steaks, cheeseburgers, bratwursts a ... More >>
Vote for me, Marie!If you're one of those people who doesn't poison your body with pork, cow, fowl, things with fins or anything else that might be construed as meat by PETA, then we have just the contest for you. The animal-rights group is in the final throes of its annual Sexiest Vegetarian ... More >>
Watchdog group Protect Our Children, in a PETA-like bid for publicity, sent the below flyer to homes in Miami Gardens, near the site of this week's Super Bowl. Hide your children in the attic, everyone: Peter Dennis Blandford Townshend will be at large in your city, possibly accompanied by his music ... More >>
We know, you just threw up in your mouth a little.The trailer for Jamie Oliver's new television show, Food Revolution, has been released. According to ABC, Oliver will attempt to transform the eating habits of a bunch of rednecks in Huntington, West Virginia, and rumor has it that he bawls w ... More >>
A flickr photo. A friend, Sarah, has been a vegetarian for more than four years and a red meat avoider for seven. On the surface, she's PETA's dream: She makes her own seiten and works as a baker for Watercourse Foods, the meat-free precinct at 837 East 17th Avenue. Yet the lure of delicious ... More >>
Lori MidsonIt's only Tuesday, and already we've seen a green chile smackdown between El Taco de Mexico and Santiago's and a shout-out to all you vegheads for meatless verde recommendations that won't make the PETA terrorists people pissed. And now, strictly by coincidence, comes the above photo o ... More >>
Michael Vick: PETA's wet dream/worst nightmare.InDenver Times' Hunter Ashley has become the first quasi-media-type to address the non-existing rumors that dog-whacking former Falcons quarterback Michael Vick, now an officially free man, could get a look from the Broncos this off-season: Maybe becau ... More >>
Maybe size does count.
PETA gets to the meat of the problem at Frontier Airlines.
Hmm. Would you rather live in Commerce City or KentuckyFriedCruelty.com?
Cockroaches invade Colorado! Tell Tom Tancredo.
As video games go indie, here's some ideas for a few likely pairings.
Thursday, December 16, Rock Island, 303-572-7625.
Munly & the Lee Lewis Harlots
A Week in the Life
The Song Remains the Same
So Foie, So Good
Sic transit gloria
VHS or Beta inspires communal dance ecstasy and has a good beat. But don't call it disco.
From the week of May 23, 2002
From the week of May 9, 2002