Alden Wicker is a freelance journalist living in Brooklyn. She covers sustainable fashion and living, personal finance, and other curiosities.

Barring a massive change in how we fish, there won’t be any sushi left by 2048

Barring a massive change in how we fish, there won’t be any sushi left by 2048

These days, if you’re lucky enough to find yourself at a Michelin-starred restaurant, it’s an almost foregone conclusion that the ingredients will be sourced locally, seasonally, and sustainably.

But amid all the devotion to local terroir, foraging, heirloom produce, and pasture-raised meat from coddled livestock and fowl, there’s one segment of the restaurant industry that remains stubbornly in opposition to the slow food movement. In fact, when it comes to seafood, many of the world’s best restaurants fly in an endangered species for its patrons to feast on a nightly basis.

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Will the man running a sex party like a start-up be able to leave anyone satisfied?

Will the man running a sex party like a start-up be able to leave anyone satisfied?

Witchcraft is the perfect religion for liberal millennials

Witchcraft is the perfect religion for liberal millennials