theGRAZE, my friends. If you missed out last year, you have another chance. And it’s even more flipping awesome than before. Local beer, local food, local music, local throwdown. Get your tickets early.
Really very nice ad (clip? what are they using this for?) from Chipotle. It’s meaningful, totally different and I just watched a 2.5 min advertisement, twice. The were even smart enough to replace Coldplay with Willie Nelson. Well done. Now I’ll have to do some research and see if they’re living up to the cute cartoon.
h/t to Unlikely Words
These ones are called cinemagraphs and they are the most beautiful of all: From Me To You – A Day With Dogfish Beer
Possibly the best photo essay I’ve ever seen. The cinemagraphs are just active enough to engage you, but way less invasive than video… the captions are gorgeously written, the colors are amazing. Edited to perfection.
You can find the artist @_FromMeToYou and I suggest you do.
First of all, I’m not. Second, I don’t eat a ton of meat. Largely because I like to be clear on the origins of said meat, and achieving such assurance is often difficult.
I have feeling, though, these folks know from whence their sausage arrived. An important distinction, really. For anyone.
Winter CSA Share #1 from Shared Harvest. And this bounty is just my fourth of the whole share. Bam.
Huge props to Dave Madan and the whole theMOVEcrew. event went off flawlessly and was a blast for everyone involved.
What I love about this group is that while food is the vehicle, it’s about getting people involved in the systems that support our lives, literally, and getting invested in why society does things the way it does – and I think once you are presented with an alternative our current passive system (not just of food, but of education and health as well) you can’t help but want to change something.
In cities, where space is premium and green space is generally owned by city parks, having a patch of one’s own carries a significant importance. The benefits (aesthetic, economic and ecologic) are manifold. The sense of doing good doesn’t get much better than really digging in to soil, planting and then reaping the rewards of an intimate relationship with the land. Bad puns withstanding, this is why Somerville’s Green City Growers is a business in bloom.
Full article here.