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Toni Okamoto Wants to Teach You How to Live a 'Plant-Based' Life

Toni Okamoto was trying to make her family healthier when she started the blog that would become Plant Based on a Budget, a website for meal planning, recipe sharing, and education about the affordability of a vegan diet.<p>By the time she first posted vegan recipes on her family blog in 2012, she had …

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Chef Matthew Kenney is Making People Excited to Eat Vegan Food (Really)

He’s changing the way we think about plant-based cooking.<p>Chef Matthew Kenney is at the forefront of the new enthusiasm for vegan cuisine. With nine …



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Parent reviews for Wonder

Parent Written byJAH123 June 7, 2012<p>age 9+<p>Not to be missed<p>This is a faboulous book. Our family read it together (9 and 11 year olds) based on the …

Choose Kind: Author R.J. Palacio Discusses Wonder

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Architect David Adjaye Tells Us About Washington D.C.’s National Museum of African American History and Culture

Masterminded by the British architect, a new museum devoted to the African-American experience will open on September 24 in Washington, D.C.<p>British architect David Adjaye, born in Tanzania to Ghanaian parents, was already in his 20s when he visited the U.S. for the first time. But he now has a key …