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What is that smell?

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By Unknown #2 March 3, 2009
Have you heard about scent branding? Seems all types of businesses are hiring companies to come in and flavor their air with custom scent blends to entice customers or perhaps cover up bad odors. Read more...
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The downside of animal identification

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By Unknown #2 March 11, 2009
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This so-called garage sale has the (new) goods

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By Unknown #2 March 12, 2009
What's not to love about this? Read more...
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From the frying pan into the engine

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By Unknown #2 March 13, 2009
When I was a little girl growing up in an industrial city in England, my mum (like all mums I knew then) would deep-fry delicious "chips" for dinner. Think steak fries with a mouth-watering crispy shell and unbelievably fluffy potato filling. Just don't think about the fat. One of the (many) problems with this way of cooking was the issue of oil disposal. Not wanting to clog drains or send vats of fat down the city pipelines, my mom would pour the oil into an old coffee can and let it solidify before throwing it away. Read more...
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About to graduate?

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By Unknown #2 March 17, 2009
There's no doubt about it, this is a tough time to graduate college. Unemployment numbers keep climbing, making each and every job application more competitive and daunting.It might seem tempting to stay in school. Read more...
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Obama's digging it!

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By Unknown #2 March 20, 2009
The people at Kitchen Gardeners International are in celebratory mood as their vision of a White House vegetable garden comes to fruition. Or if not fruition, at least the seeds are about to be sown. Read more...
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Be an advocate for organics

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By Unknown #2 March 20, 2009
Chances are if you shop at Outpost Natural Foods Coop, or better yet, you are an owner... then you care deeply about the ingredients in your food and personal care products. You may also have strong feelings in support of local and organic farmers. Perhaps you feel strongly enough to want your opinion heard by your elected officials. Read more...
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iPhone app offers 411 for locavores

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By Unknown #2 March 24, 2009
Sometimes saving the planet is hard to do. You want to buy local, you want to buy organic, but you need raspberries fast (stay with me here... it could happen) and at this moment, convenience is king and you don't have time to run home and Google which local markets carry organic berries... or to find out if they're even in season just yet. Read more...
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First Lady, how does your garden grow?

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By Unknown #2 March 25, 2009
The chatter around the nation's water coolers this morning probably revolves around the president's news conference last night, and the economy.But at Outpost, it doesn't take long before the chatter turns to the subject of food and this morning, that topic directs our gaze to Washington, too. Read more...
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Got kids?

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By Unknown #2 March 26, 2009
To some parents, the holy grail is this: something constructive, fun, educational and inexpensive to do. Preferably something that doesn't involve a giant mouse and bad food. Preferably something outdoors. Read more...
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The road less traveled

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By Unknown #2 March 27, 2009
Ever wish our community was built in a way that enables you to get around without your car? That our roads were designed In a way that supports your efforts to live a greener life? Ever sit on I-94 at 5 p.m. wondering why you are idling your engine in what is, effectively, a parking lot? Ever decide instead to take State St. or Wells St. or Wisconsin Ave. and make your way home through the neighborhoods? Or, if northbound, take Lake Drive? If you did, you might find you travel at 13 miles an hour, instead of just two (stop) four (stop) three... and so on. Read more...
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Mental health break

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By Unknown #2 March 27, 2009
It's almost the weekend, which means it's time for something warm and fuzzy. Literally! Read more...
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Lights out for Earth Hour tonight!

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By Unknown #2 March 28, 2009
The world's skylines might look a little different tonight. The organizers of Earth Hour are encouraging everyone (individuals, businesses and governments around the globe) to turn off their lights for one hour, from 8:30 to 9:30 local time ... and they hope a billion people respond. Read more...
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Can being green be hip, easy and affordable?

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By Unknown #2 March 30, 2009
We think so. Read more...
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News on the water front

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By Unknown #2 March 31, 2009
People have been saying water is the new oil for a while now, although you could be forgiven for being doubtful as people continue to buy plastic bottles of it, and sprinkle their lawns under a blazing afternoon sun. Read more...
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Pistachio recall

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By Unknown #2 March 31, 2009
March 31, 2009 Outpost Natural Foods has voluntarily removed the following products from the sales floor at all three store locations until further notice. None of these products has been indicated in the recent pistachio recall involving nuts from Setton Pistachio of Terra Bella, Inc. This response is a precautionary measure. Read more...
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