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Sesame Kale Salad

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Delicious Asian-style goodness from Fresh 365

If you grow veggies, kale is a no-brainer. It's super hardy and easy to grow, and you can grow choice varieties and harvest the fresh leaves when they are young and tasty. We're working on finding the best kale dishes around. This Sesame Kale Salad comes from Erin at Fresh 365, who made it from a bunch of leftover kale from her CSA. It worked out so well, she's going to seek out......read more

McDonald's Is So Desperate For A Makeover

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It's Thinking About Selling Kale.

Lindsay Abrams for Salon McDonald’s is falling further and further behind the times. The chain’s U.S. sales fell a dramatic 4 percent in February — due, it says, largely to “ongoing aggressive competitive activity” – and if it’s going to prevent being completely overtaken by “progressive,” “fast casual” chains like Chipotle......read more

Barcelona Kaleidolapse

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Mirrored, time-lapse photos of Barcelona create a mesmerizing effect

After "Floating City" by Craig Shimala, we are seeing more and more videos that combine time-lapse photography with a mirrored effect to create urban kaleidoscopes. The latest focuses on one of the world's great cities. "Barcelona Kaleidolapse" was pieced together by the team at MyLapse, who portray their Catalan hometown in a mesmerizing new light. For those of you that have been lucky......read more

Rhye "Open" (Bondax remix)

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Director Harvey Pearson gets kaleidoscopic with the video for the gently bumping "Open" remix

The Bondax remix of Rhye's "Open" adds another layer silky electronics to the subtly jamming original -- one of several standouts off of the duo's excellent debut LP, Woman. Bondax called upon Houng Dog Pictures to make a video for the track, and the UK filmmakers delivered these simple kaleidoscopic visuals, spotted on Boooooooom. It's a mellow, watchable clip for a highly listenable tune. Like......read more

Open Source Movement Spreads to Seeds

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Restriction-free seeds include 29 new varieties of 14 different crops, including broccoli, carrots and kale

Last week, the Open Source Seed Initiative (OSSI) announced the release of 29 new plant varieties that are free of intellectual property (IP) protection. The new seeds, which include varieties of carrots, kale, broccoli and quinoa, can be freely used by anyone as long as they don't restrict use by others through IP protection. Spearheaded by a group of scientists from the University of......read more

Halls, "Lifeblood"

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Ben Symonds gives BBC nature footage the kaleidoscopic treatment

The kaleidoscopic video trend keeps spinning along. UK illustrator Ben Symonds submits his addition to the movement with this trippy vid for "Lifeblood" by Halls. Using footage from Planet Earth and Frozen Planet, the two mindmelter BBC nature series, Symonds applies evocative coloring and lysergic effects to the glacial electronic sounds of Halls. "Lifeblood" is the second track on Halls'......read more

Sharon Van Etten, "Leonard"

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Kaleidoscopic new video for one of the best releases of 2012

Kaleidoscopic visuals seem to be having a bit of a moment in music videos of late. We're not mad. Directed by Sam Zimman, the new video for Sharon Van Etten's "Leonard," one of several standout tracks off her excellent 2012 release, Tramp, continues the trend. The clip simulates the feeling you'd get if you were staring into a kaleidoscope as you drove through the city, which is not a......read more

Ambassadeurs, "M.O.P.E"

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Heavy jam graced with kaleidoscopic visuals by Brendan Canty

From director Brendan Canty of Feel Good Lost comes this tripped out clip of over-exposed landscape imagery and spinning patterns, set to the heavy bliss of "M.O.P.E" from Brighton's Ambassadeurs. The tune finds the Brit producer combining chopped-up guitar and bluesy vox to a rolling beat and some full-bodied bass. Canty's psychedelic visuals nicely complement the vibe. It doesn't......read more

Hudson, "Against The Grain"

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Superb stop motion animation stars kaleidoscopic colored pencils

In this new video for Hudson, an upstart indie-folk artist from Melbourne, animator and fellow Aussie Jonathan Chong (aka Dropbear) created a kaleidoscopic stop motion clip using an artistic mainstay from childhood -- colored pencils. It's an amazing vid. Jonathan Chong is a talented (and very patient!) man. Check out some flicks documenting the shoot here. ...read more

Ben Thomas: Accession

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Kaleidoscopic series of photos turns urban centers on their heads

Melbourne-based photographer Ben Thomas has a knack for capturing urban centers from interesting new perspectives. An early adopter of tilt-shift photography, Thomas nicely explored perceptions of scale with his popular “Cityshrinker” project. Now, he's back with another perspective-warping series called "Accession," in which cities are inverted to give them a mirrored ceiling. From......read more

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