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Erlend Oye "Garota"

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Norway's alt-pop king finds (and loses) love on tour in Seoul, South Korea

Erlend Øye, best known as one half of Kings Of Convenience and as the former leader of Whitest Boy Alive, has recorded a new solo album with Icelandic reggae group Hjalmar. This newly released song and video give us a picture of what to expect. Harkening Sade, the sophisticated funkiness of "Garota" is a far cry from the folky sounds of KoC, the only constant being Øye's......read more

Lost in Indonesia

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Get lost in the beauty of Indonesia

Vimeo user Nhi Dang shared this lovely clip of her rambles around Indonesia, from Bali and Bromo to Lembongan. Shot on a ten-day journey, "Lost in Indonesia" is only the second travel film that Dang has made, which is pretty surprising because it's spectacular. With the melancholic background track ("Wait For Me" by Motopony), Dang has created a moody, seductive document of place, one that could......read more

Explosions of the Hearth: Photos by Francis Flower

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Italian photographer gets lost in the wilds

Francesco Frizzera hails from Rovereto, a small city nestled in an alpine valley in northern Italy. From there the young photographer, who operates under the pseudonym Francis Flower, ventures with his friends into the great outdoors to capture splendid images like these, sampled from a series he calls Explosions of the Hearth. The collection, featuring attractive young folk amidst sublime......read more

By Ben Adler Republican Senate Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky is not pleased about the historic joint announcement of planned carbon emission limits by the U.S. and China. He put out this statement Wednesday: Our economy can’t take the President’s ideological War on Coal that will increase the squeeze on middle-class families and struggling miners. This unrealistic plan,......read more

Kelton Quilt by Hopewell

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Los Angeles duo brings a traditional craft into the 21st century $365.00

Launched in 2012 by art director Eliza Kenan and artist Claire Oswalt, Hopewell crafts handmade textiles in Los Angeles with an emphasis on simple, modern patterns. The brand's Kelton quilt is made from natural colorfast cotton, yarn-dyed essex linen, and natural cotton batting. The result is an an incredibly soft, machine washable quilt that will add color and texture to any bed, room, or......read more

Postiljonen "All That We Had Is Lost"

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Watch the dreamiest, most heartbreaking soccer game you'll ever see

In "All That We Had Is Lost," the starry-eyed Swedes in Postiljonen pay a timely homage to Whitney Houston, borrowing elements from one of her biggest hits. The video was directed by repeat collaborator Ty Olson, who captures a tale of love and loneliness, starting with tender snuggles and hinted sexuality and ending with heartbreak and soccer and sailing. (Just watch.) Postiljonen's Skyer LP is......read more

Good Badlands: Photos by Guy Tal

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Ephemeral explosions of color in the Utah desert

The badlands of the American West is a harsh, unforgiving landscape, characterized by sunbaked clay and jagged rock formations. With minimal precipitation, the arid terrain usually features very little in the way of vegetation. In the spring, however, under certain conditions, a tiny bit of moisture can give birth to an explosion of colorful flowers, like these purple and yellow ones caught in......read more

Chicago Meatpacking Plant Transformed Into Vertical Farm

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Home to several small-scale food businesses, The Plant Chicago is a net-zero, closed-loop urban farm

In 2010, entrepreneur John Edel bought a four-story, 94,000 square foot factory in a bankruptcy sale. The sprawling red brick warehouse, built in the 1920s next to Chicago’s Union Stockyards, used to process bacon and ham. Today it is home to The Plant Chicago, a vertical farm housing 11 small-scale food businesses, from bakers and kombucha brewers to aquaponic farms growing......read more

The Circular Economy

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Can a closed-loop economy eliminate waste and save resources? The Ellen MacArthur Foundation thinks so, and it has a new animation to show how

You may or may not remember Ellen MacArthur as the solo yachtswoman who in 2005 broke the world speed record for circumnavigation of the globe. Today, she stays busy as the figurehead behind the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, an independent UK-based charity promoting the vision of a "circular economy." Don't know what that is? Don't worry, neither did we until we watched this fun, well-made......read more

The Big SHFT: Mike Biddle, Plastics Pioneer

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Get to know the big-thinking engineer whose company closes the loop on discarded plastic

If there was a hall of fame for sustainable business, Dr. Mike Biddle would be one its first inductees. Twenty years ago, the trailblazing plastics engineer launched MBA Polymers in his garage. He was determined to prove that complex polymers from consumer plastics could be recycled into useful raw materials. Mike developed a patented series of techniques for separating and refining plastic waste......read more

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