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Talk of the Town
RICHIE’S Vegan City Bucket List
your SAY • VN READERS SHARE WHAT’S ON THEIR MINDS
AWAY WE GO
Not the Same Old, Same Old
“OUR FINDINGS SUGGEST WE NEED TO CONSIDER HOW WE TALK TO CHILDREN ABOUT HUMANS’ RELATIONSHIP WITH NON-HUMAN ANIMALS.
BILLIE TAKES TO DC
TOFURKY’S BIG WIN
Las Vegas, at a Crossroads
THE END OF AN UGLY ERA OF BEAUTY?
Tradition, TikTok & Tteokbokki • When it comes to mainstreaming veganism, The Korean Vegan’s JOANNE LEE MOLINARO has br oken the glass ceiling. But it’s not just Molinaro’s palate-pleasing, plant-based recipes that are getting headlines; it’s the authentic stories behind her food and life that are commanding attention.
FOOD TOUR OF THE SOUTH
TEXAS • IT’S TRUE: it’s best not to mess with Texas. Especially if we’re there chowing down on barbecue, behemoth breakfast platters, and, yes, bánh mì.
We Get Our Peaches Out In Georgia • No summer in Georgia is complete without the state’s official fruit. So don't miss these next-level vegan sweets and swills that will leave you feeling peachy keen.
GEORGIA • IT’S THE HOME OF PEACH COBBLER, Coca Cola, and iconic housewives. But now, Georgia is also becoming known for a killer plant-based scene.
JERMAINE DUPRI’S Top ATL Eats
FLORIDA • DIVERSE AND TROPICAL FLAVORS, chic and sexy celeb hangouts, and plant-based mega festivals—when it comes to vegan living in the Sunshine State, things are looking bright.
The DMV & BEYOND • WHETHER YOU’RE RED, blue, green, or somewhere else on the political spectrum, here in the DMV (a cultural area encompassing Washington, DC and parts of Maryland and Virginia) and its surrounding areas, plant-based cuisine is winning the popular vote.
The Ethics of Travel • Crystal clear waters, salty ocean breezes, awe-inspiring views, and respite from the hustle and bustle of life. These are some of the alluring promises travelers are tempted by when booking tropical island vacations. But locals are clear in their message: these temporary getaways to paradise often have long-lasting, crushing impacts on their communities. Overtourism is becoming an increasingly dire ethical dilemma, so before you book, consider: is your vacation doing more harm than good?
How to Travel More Ethically • People are not going to stop traveling—nor should they. But for the planet and for local communities, it’s imperative we all start traveling smarter, more responsibly, and more ethically. Here are a few things to consider.
Destination: LOVE • It’s a new dawn of marriage celebrations. Following the pandemic’s pause, weddings have become a place to reunite and revel as much as they are a moment for new beginnings. From colorful Mayan influence in Mexico to celeb-chic vibes in Beverly Hills, these vegan couples took inspiration from some of the most beautiful places in the world to make their nuptials truly unforgettable.
All Natural Nuptials
Head Over Hills in Love
SMOKE & SAUCE • Fire up the grill and take a culinary tour of the Lone Star State from your own backyard. From vegan brisket to bacony pasta salad, this Texas-inspired spread will take your next outdoor feast to the next level.
Fish & Chip Fakeout •...