Fast moving, eye-catching, colorful, deeply affecting, cathartic, and redemptive.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the publication of We3, a masterful comic book miniseries that considers human exploitation of animals.
Many food items claiming to be organic really are not, says Kip Pastor, who puts the U.S. food industry under a microscope in this well made, engrossing documentary.
The comic presents a powerful storyline involving animal rescuers, and info concerning the plight of animals involved in lab research and corporate farms.
The part-educational/part call-to-action documentary, "Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare," was shown on the campus of the AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine.
The "Climate of Uncertainty" exhibit, explorong the negative impact humans are having on the environment, continued at the DePaul Art Museum with an event called "Coal Country and Beyond."
A poem in memory of those who died in Newtown.
Wranglers that worked with the animals had complained about the conditions, but their criticisms with the farm were reportedly ignored.
Today, new and aggressive underground genres are re-connecting with environmental activism, and metal - and its most abrasive subgenres - is no exception.