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Mast Brothers Chocolate

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Seasonal Selections From Our Artisan Friends in Brooklyn $5.00

Who doesn't want a little chocolate every day? Our friends The Mast Brothers always deliver with their artisan chocolates and it makes a great gift for someone special.  Try their seasonal flavors like Vermont Maple in Milk Chocolate, or their Dark Chocolate selections, which are high in anti-oxidants.  ...read more

MNN: SHFT/Wired Pop Up Store

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Peter and Adrian share their favorite gift greens to give this holiday season.

Adrian Grenier, actor, and Peter Glatzer, producer, helped host the Wired party launching its Manhattan pop-up store, standing by a display of cool green products they'd selected. The co-creators of Alter Eco, the green living show on Discovery's Planet Green, looked delighted to be discussing an hybrid electric bicycle and an LED table lamp made with what looked like foam peanuts but......read more

Celebrating Summer Squash and Zucchini in Season

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David Tanis doles out his favorite recipe for The New York Times

We've been picking zucchini, squash and squash blossoms for the past two weekends here in California (Santa Barbara to be exact), and there's nothing that says summer mroe than stuffing a squash blossom or creating a dish out of the meat of the stuff.  David Tanis lets us in on his zucchini and squash blossom sufflee recipe.   Suddenly it is summer at the market. Make a wish for a......read more

Par Cork Salt & Pepper Shakers

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Season sustainably with these minimal shakers in cork and glass $50.00

Exotic seasonings often steal the limelight from plain ol' salt and pepper, but it is the latter two that act as the bedrock of good flavor. Portuguese cork house Materia teamed with Japan's Nendo studio to create "Par," a salt-and-pepper shaker pair in agglomerated cork and glass. Par works to keep salt and pepper in check, with the cork piece acting as a stand that keeps the contents......read more

Polish Autumn: Photos by Kacper Kowalski

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An amateur photog takes to the sky to show the visual grandeur of shifting seasons

If you assumed Poland was a visually drab place, these aerial photos from Kacper Kowalski are sure to change your mind. Flying from paragliders and geoplanes, Kowalski captures the onset of fall of the Polish countryside, as the forest erupts in a riot of colors and lakes appear as bright blue smudges on the landscape. Born in 1977, Kowalski is a graduate of the Technical University of......read more

Summer Sipper Kit by Mouth

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It's the thirsty season. Here's what you need to make easy and delicious summer drinks $65.00

Mouth, the online "indie" food retailer formerly known as New York Mouth, has expanded its offerings beyond the Big Apple to include selections from around the country. The edibles and drinkables are assembled in gift packs like the Summer Sipper, a must-have kit for making super easy summer drinks. Elevate your cocktail game with Seville Orange and Grapefruit syrups (both from Brooklyn's P&H......read more

Seasons by Tatsuyasu Watanabe

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Japanese photographer depicts the quieter side of life in his homeland

When we think of Japan, the first image that comes to our heads is the urban frenzy of Tokyo, lights crashing and shimmering across the megapolis. But there is of course a quieter, more rural side of Japan, and photographer Tatsuyasu Watanabe captures it beautifully in images on film. Watanabe, whose photos we spotted on the OEN (currently offline getting revamped), is a trained architect who......read more

A Year on the Road: Apple Annie's Orchard

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Making the most of Arizona's bountiful apple season

The fruits of the autumn season have ripened across the United States over the last few months. Having missed apple season on the East Coast by a matter of weeks, I decided to find an apple orchard in my unlikely location - Arizona. Little could I imagine what I'd find once I started looking. During a stopover in Tucson for some car repairs, I decided to venture out one Sunday in search of the......read more

Why The Ocean?

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Help save our troubled seas with One World One Ocean

Across the world, oceanic ecosystems are in peril. Overfishing, pollution, and climate change are have pushed oceans worldwide to the precipice of disaster. One Ocean One World, an effort launched last October by Greg MacGillivray of MacGillivray Freeman Films, is urging people to act to save our troubled seas. "The ocean is our planet's life support system, yet in my travels and at......read more

A Year on the Road: September Summer

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Burning the last days of the season onto 35mm film

Too often, the magic of 35mm film is lost to a dim, crunchy image. Instead of being printed and enjoyed with friends, recounting stories, they are likely to be looked at twice before being sequestered in a murky corner of a backup hard drive. And rather than a single moment burned into a square of film, these images exist in numbers and code. This is not to say that I don’t use digital......read more

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