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  • Morrissey does not wish you a happy Thanksgiving

    Morrissey does not wish you a happy Thanksgiving
    Happy ... Thankskilling? That's the message at the heart of an online post attributed to Morrissey, one of rock 'n' roll's most celebrated Grinches. The longtime animal-rights activist and former Smiths singer who, of course, famously declared that meat...
  • Would you get a microphone tattooed on your throat?

    Would you get a microphone tattooed on your throat?
    Developing wearable tech devices is all the rage these days. Think Google Glass eyewear, Samsung's smartwatch. Now comes an idea that may beat them all. Motorola, the Google-owned phone maker, has applied for a patent for a technology that would allow...
  • Circus barred from bringing animals to Glendale; camel escape lingers

    There will be no animals at the Ramos Bros. Circus set to return to Glendale this week. City officials requested that the zebras, horses and other four-legged performers, except dogs and cats, be kept out of the show, in part because a camel escaped...
  • Beer-drinking turkeys taste better, New Hampshire farmer says

    Beer-drinking turkeys taste better, New Hampshire farmer says
    Turkeys will eat just about anything. Just ask Joe Morette. In 1993, the New Hampshire farmer and his workers popped open a few cans of beer after work one summer day. When one his birds knocked over a can, it quickly began guzzling the spilled suds....
  • Review: 'Speciesism: The Movie' is a painful animal-rights documentary

    Review: 'Speciesism: The Movie' is a painful animal-rights documentary
    "Speciesism: The Movie" feels like, and is, a product of youth. Director Mark Devries began making his awkwardly titled first-person documentary in college, and its tone is so painfully earnest it might well have begun as a class project. Heavily...
  • L.A. Council prepares to ban use of bullhooks on circus elephants

    L.A. Council prepares to ban use of bullhooks on circus elephants
    The Los Angeles City Council took action Wednesday to ban bullhooks used by elephant trainers in traveling circuses, becoming the first U.S. metropolis to outlaw a tool that critics say inflicts pain. Voting unanimously, the council asked the city...
  • Love cats, eat cows?

     Love cats, eat cows?
    We Americans like to think of ourselves as animal lovers. But is this claim true? One way to answer this question is to follow the money. According to government, industry and interest group stats, we spend about $50 billion on our pets annually and...
  • Letters: How to deal with pit bulls

    Re "It's a losing fight for pit bulls," Oct. 9 People who have pit bulls' best interests at heart should support Riverside County's spay and neuter ordinance. Not only are pit bulls the breed most often euthanized in many animal shelters, they are...
  • It's America's most famous vegan strip club, thanks to Cory Booker

    It's America's most famous vegan strip club, thanks to Cory Booker
    Nearly 3,000 miles already separate Casa Diablo from Newark City Hall. But this week, Cory Booker strove mightily to increase that distance. After word leaked out that the ambitious young Newark mayor had held a brief Twitter flirtation with a comely...
  • West Hollywood bans commercial displays of exotic animals

    West Hollywood bans commercial displays of exotic animals
    West Hollywood on Monday banned commercial displays and performances involving wild and exotic animals, including kangaroos, giraffes and bears. Armadillos, civets and badgers are also among the more than two dozen animals in the ban that activists...
  • James Cromwell is still shaking his fists

     James Cromwell is still shaking his fists
    Versatile character actor James Cromwell has always looked askance at authority. "There used to be a bumper sticker that said 'resist authority,'" said Cromwell, best known for his Oscar-nominated supporting turn in 1995's "Babe" as the taciturn...