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Pessimists Aloud: S.F. Feels Good Without a Mask

Pessimists Aloud: S.F. Feels Good Without A Mask
After everything we learned from the 1918 pandemic, you'd think objections to mask mandates would have disappeared. But this episode of Pessimists Aloud proves the debate is alive and well, ...

Treehugger: November Posts

Gia Mora on the LA River
Vegan Guides Restaurant Guides Few foods raise the ire of vegans more than honey, so when I was assigned to cover it and its co-product beeswax for Treehugger last month, ...

Writing the Story of Our Future

Flipping the Script
What an honor to have presented for my SCIRENS sisters Tamara Krinsky and Taryn O'Neill at their climate storytelling event featuring star-studded readings of clifi (that's climate fiction, for the ...

Gia to Present at “Flipping the Script on Climate”

Flipping the Script Promo Flyer
I'm excited to join my screen sirens for science sisters Tamara Krinsky and Taryn O'Neill, SCIRENS, for a virtual event celebrating climate fiction that imagines better futures through innovation, community, and ...

Treehugger: October Posts

Gia Mora on the LA River
Vegan Guides Today, Nov. 1st, marks the celebration of World Vegan Day -- a holiday I'd given little thought to until I began my tenure at Treehugger. As a teenager, ...

Pessimists Aloud: Radio Ghosts

Headline from a 1931 edition of the San Francisco Examiner on Radio Ghosts
Just in time for Halloween, this most recent edition of Pessimists Aloud features a 1931 San Francisco Examiner article about the wild phenomena of radio ghosts. Read more about radio ...
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