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10th February 2008

a_papier_mache4:20pm: Does anyone know of any good Chinese restaurants in New Hampshire that have many vegetarian choices?


Thanks in advance.
Current Mood: hungry

25th July 2007

richips4:03pm: This is a little last minute, but some friends and i are having a vegan potluck picnic tonight at 7 pm on the Boston Commons, near the Frog Pond, and anyone is welcome to join. bring utensils and plates for yourselves, musical instruments, games, etc. hope to see some of you there!

1st July 2007

rekling3:37pm: free shoes!
Please, someone, take my shoes.

I have a pair of worn, but in good condition, Vegetarian Shoes brand wingtips. They are a UK 5. I'd really like them to go to a veg*n person!

Please let me know if you'd like them (for FREE!)

29th March 2007

reality_asylum1:54pm: i'm trying to find homes for 4 rescue kittens. anyone?

im in connecticut, they are 12 weeks old. will be checked by a vet, no vaccinations yet.

one solid grey male
one solid grey female
one solid black male
one black and white male

11th January 2007

lolita_complex3:53pm: i'm new
last night while working at my waitressing job, i happened to meet another vegan. she told me about this VEGAN chocolate store. i went there today and everything is amazing!!!
it's called Divine Treasures, and it's located in the manchester parkade in manchester, CT. next to the health food store.
they have truffles, "snickers", peanut butter bars, fudge, all in all about two cases full of purely vegan chocolates! also they have a huge gluten free and sugar free selection. its all hand made by a very nice lady in a very humble store front.
unfortunately i dont know how much advertising is going on, or how many people even know about it, but everything is awesome so spread the word and go try some if you're in the area!

anyone else from CT?
Current Mood: excited

29th November 2006

ennuiislife5:29pm: Anyone know of any growers using sustainable/grass-fed/organic farming techniques for raising livestock in the greater Boston area? I'd love to talk to some actual farmers on the subject.

Kate

11th November 2006

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10th November 2006

fyhbooks5:10pm: A Very Vegetarian Thanksgiving!
Feed Your Head Books will be hosting a vegetarian potluck Thanksgiving meal on Saturday, November 18 at 5 pm. A main course and beverages will be provided, but all attendees should contribute a vegetarian side dish or dessert, as well as photocopies of their recipe so everyone can have their very own vegetarian Thanksgiving! Please RSVP by November 15 to info@feedyourheadbooks.com or 978-744-4009.

Feed Your Head Books
272 Essex Street
Salem, MA 01970
978-744-4009
www.feedyourheadbooks.com

7th November 2006

reality_asylum9:30pm:


THEM! (CT crust)
No Response (CT goth/ industrial. Back together after 5 years)


gogo dancers!
fire breathing by Zid
raffles!

dj's Auroraaa!, Zid and Reverend Brian bring you the best of punk, metal, new wave, synthpop and electro

Saturday December 2nd
$10 cover
11pm-4am
Lucky cat
245 Grand st

williamsburg, brooklyn

21 and over

all proceeds will be donated to help rats

contact email dementedme@gmail.com

7th September 2006

fyhbooks1:40pm: A Very Vegan Evening--Saturday 9/30, 6 - 8 pm
Drop in for a vegan evening co-hosted by Feed Your Head Books and the Salem Vegan Society. If you've always wondered about the vegan diet or vegan activities in Salem, this is a great opportunity to learn more. We will have vegan appetizers and teas for you to sample, literature for you to peruse, and stimulating discussion about animal rights news and current trends in veganism. Additionally, all cookbooks and food related titles currently in stock at the store will be 20% off.

Please join us on Saturday, September 30 from 6 - 8 pm at Feed Your Head Books, 272 Essex Street, Salem, MA (accessible by MBTA via the commuter rail to Salem). Free and open to all. For more information, please contact randie@feedyourheadbooks.com or call 978-744-4009.

Randie Farmelant
Feed Your Head Books
272 Essex Street
Salem, MA 01970
978-744-4009
www.feedyourheadbooks.com

19th August 2006

lightningsparks9:47pm: If you're north of DC and east off the Mississippi, there are twenty roller derby leagues. If you want the best, you have two choices: Gotham Girls Roller Derby in NYC and Providence Roller Derby in Rhode Island. On August 26th, they're going head to head for the first time in front of your very eyes. These women don't have money or glamour on the line (well maybe a little glamour), they're fighting for pride. Oh yes, there will be blood, and a lot of sweat, but not a single tear. There is no crying in roller derby.

vs
August 26, 2006 -- 7:00pm
Rhode Island Convention Center
1 Sabin Street, Downtown Providence, RI
$10 in advance, $15 day of/door


Music to keep us amped by DJ Morgan Louis (Pop! Providence, Hearthrob Boston).
Performances by The Chainletter (Boston)

TICKETS ARE LIMITED! BUY THEM NOW!!
online


phone
(800) 838-3006

in person
Julian's

318 Broadway, West Side, Providence--(401) 861-1770
Rockstar Body Piercing
267 Thayer Street, 2nd Floor, East Side, Providence--(401) 272-0345
Tazza Caffe
250 Westminster Street, Downtown Providence--(401) 421-3300
White Electric Coffee
711 Westminster Street, West Side, Providence


SEE YOU SOON!

14th August 2006

thevictims11:51am: join here?
I just started a new community for animal lovers, animal rights activists, anyone who loves animals. You can post anything you want there as long as it pertains to animals. :) you can see it here: saveanimals

13th June 2006

orwhatyouwill1:48pm: Portland Maine's First Annual Dyke March this Friday, June 16th
Portland MAINE'S New Femme Regime hosts the First Annual Dyke March this Friday, June 16th!

The Dyke March is happening to create an inclusive space for dykes and their friends to celebrate pride!

We will meet at 7:30 p.m in Post Office Park on the corner of Middle and Exchange in Portland's Old Port. We will march after 8:00 to Congress Square -----

We will then move toward the "Pride Party" at White Heart afterwards ----also on Congress Street for great music and drink specials!

All are welcome to march -----or ride -----so please spread the word to anyone who might be interested in joining us!!

Thanks,
Jill

PS - Questions? Email jill at femme_bull@yahoo.com 

Xposted to several communities-please forward widely :)

-anna

30th April 2006

fyhbooks2:56pm: Animal Rights/Veganism Book Group
Feed Your Head Books and the Salem Vegan Society are pairing up to bring you a book group focusing on veganism and animal rights. A different title will be selected each month, available for purchase at Feed Your Head Books in Salem at a 20% discount, and members will get together at Feed Your Head after reading the book to discuss it. Titles may include such books as Vegan Freak: Being Vegan in A Non-Vegan World, Dead Meat, The Pornography of Meat, and Diet For A Dead Planet: How The Food Industry Is Killing Us just to name a few...If you're interested, please drop me a line and let me know if you have any suggestions for the first title to read.

25th March 2006

aromancandle4:29pm: i live in western mass, and i LOVE bubble tea. unfortunately, i don't know of any places around here that carry it, and i don't feel like driving all the way to boston to fulfill my bubble tea needs. do any of you know where i can buy some around here? help!

4th March 2006

carolyn_z1:50pm: > Carolyn wrote:
> > Attention new englanders,
> >
> > Crossing the Species Border, a fabulous and
> > ever-evolving multimedia presentation which
> > examines the interrelatedness of feminism and
> > animal rights, sexism and speciesism, is currently
> > touring. This Monday, the 6th, it will come to
> > Brown University in Providence, RI as part of
> > Women's Herstory Month events. The event is at 8pm
> > in the Sarah Doyle Women's Center at 26 Benevolent
> > Street. The event is open to the public. It will
> > be presented by Helen Matthews (homefries),
> > co-founder of boston ecofeminist action, along
> > with boston animal defense league's carolyn
> > z(aikowski).
> >
> > For more information, please visit
> > http://www.crossingthespeciesborder.org/
> >
> > And pass the word.
> > See you there!
> >

12th January 2006

reality_asylum12:39am: Image hosted by Photobucket.com

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11th October 2005

gothamauctions8:08pm: Health products and Organics at wholesale prices
Hello everyone!

I've recently had the fortune to work with a store whose products and principles were very closely entwined with my own beliefs and aesthetics. This store was a small health and organic products shop in Queens, NY. The store's owner was re-locating quickly and did not have the time to keep up her shop, so she called on me to help her liquidate her inventory.

As a result, I have a large number of items for sale on eBay at: http://stores.ebay.com/gotham-auctions

We decided to keep everything at wholesale cost, or as close as possible, so this is a great opportunity to get these products at drastically reduced prices. You'll find lots of major names in the organic and natural products industries, organic family farms, alternative eco-friendly cleansers and baby products, and much more.

  • Natural bath and beauty aids

  • Soaps, moisturizers, hair products

  • Organic grains, cereals, rice and seeds

  • Natural seasonings and sauces

  • Healthy, delicious snacks

  • Recycled paper products

  • Eco-friendly household cleansers and detergents


  • Please feel free to pass this information along to anyone else who may be interested! Thanks!

    http://stores.ebay.com/gotham-auctions

20th September 2005

bds8:35am: Medford Square Room for Rent to Vegetarian/Vegan - $500/mo. - 3-room apt.
We are looking for a new *vegetarian* roommate to fill one room in a three-bedroom apartment on November 1st. Rent is $500/month with heat, hot water, and electricity included. We split the cable modem bill and would consider sharing a phone line and cable TV. The value for this size apartment is incredible!
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19th September 2005

prissy_pricilla9:15pm: Walk For Farm Animals!
I am looking for some people to sign up to the 2005 Pawtucket walk for farm animals!

It is run by farm sanctuary, so it is VERY trustworthy!!

The walk will be held Oct. 1st 2005!

You can get all the inforation for regestering at walkforfarmanimals.org!!
Current Mood: giggly

17th September 2005

matttronn10:34pm: this is a community for vegans who are or wish to be as socially conscious as possible...
progressivegans
thanks.

15th September 2005

matttronn9:40pm: i have recieved some interest from a couple people in the boston are about starting a vegan house. i am a certified vegan chef. and i would love to get this going. if anyone else is interested, please let me know. thanks.

27th August 2005

gurlheartsboy11:50pm: North End?
So next weekend I am dining in the North End with my family just wondering if anyone can suggest any vegan friendly places?

9th August 2005

sugarsweet054469:19pm: does anyone know of any good health food stores in boston?
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