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Brooklyn Music Collective goes live!

Announcing the #1 ukulele cover band in the world: Kenny Kline and Chris Castiglione. I Saw the Sign, Ace of Base (Ukulele Cover) Isn’t...
Chris Castig
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“Love vs. Desire”, from Mating In Captivity

This week I’ll be chatting with Sarah Peck, about the book Mating in Captivity by Esther Perel. We’ll go over a summary of some...
Chris Castig
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Jim Henson’s Biography Teaches us About Visual Thinking, and…

This is the first episode of the On Books podcast where I chat about Jim Henson: The Biography with  Alexis Rondeau. Subscribe on iTunes Buy the...
Chris Castig
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Giving Up the Ghost of Henry Miller

There’s a quote from Henry Miller I really like: I really feel that. Especially this last line, “I cannot say what I think and feel.”
Chris Castig
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Loren Cordain (Paleo) vs. T. Colin Campbell (Plant-based) Debate

Nutrition science is frustrating! A large part of this frustration is because: the experts come with bias the media pares down the argument into sound bites Case...
Chris Castig
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How To Buy Natural/Non-Toxic Household Products

1. My Cheatsheet I looked the list for two minutes. And instantly my buying habits changed. You can click here to view the full cheatsheet, or scroll through it...
Chris Castig
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My First Film Credit: The Human Experiment

Movies take a lot of time to make. That’s a lesson I just learned – two years in the making. In 2013, I joined The...
Chris Castig
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The Optimal Amount of Protein Your Body Needs

The following is based on research from The China Study. This article was originally posted on NYC Vegetarian Food Festival and China Study Diet. ...
Chris Castig
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How to Tell If It’s Organic

Next time you’re at the grocery, pick up a piece of fruit. If the food label begins with a “9” it’s organic, a “4”...
Chris Castig
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We live many lives

I’ve always wanted to live multiple lives. Lifehacker posted an inspiring comic that explains how it’s possible to live many lives:
Chris Castig
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