Illustrations by Hawk Krall
The scummiest election season, like, ever, is in full
swing and the level of American civil discourse is at an all-time low
(slut-shaming, anyone?). It seems like it
Why Your Locally Grown Heirloom Tomatoes Won't Save The World.
Food & Drink
For much of his academic career, James McWilliams was writing about some pretty unsexy subjects: bugs, insecticides, 17th-century Massachusetts. But around four years ago, the Texas State University associate professor and historian began tackling a much more controversial topic: the “locavore” food movement. His 2009 book, Just Food: How Locavores are Endangering the Future of Food and How We ...