All posts tagged Tampa Bay Veg Fest

Adam Sugalski, executive director of OneProtest

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Adam Sugalski—executive director of OneProtest, a Florida-based advocacy organization perhaps best known for its high-profile, successful effort to help halt the Florida bear hunt—recalls how he first stepped into the role of advocate when, as a professional artist, he was invited to a circus protest and realized the appearance of the signs and other materials used at that demonstration could be made sharper, and more effective. Read more…

Callers As Guests

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About once a year, I jettison the chief component of the “Talking Animals” format—a long form interview with a single guest—to offer a debate or some other multi-guest panel discussion. As part of that periodic Read more…

Mark Reinfeld, vegan chef and author

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Mark Reinfeld —the celebrated vegan chef and author who was slated to present a cooking demonstration a few days later at the Tampa Bay Veg Fest—discusses what he’s found, over the years, to be the biggest misconception about vegan eating. Read more…

The Callers Are The Guests

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Once in a while, I set aside the chief element of the “Talking Animals” format—a long form interview with a single guest—to offer a debate or some other multi-guest panel discussion. Read more…

Isabelle Tassi, chief organizer of Tampa Bay Veg Fest

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Isabelle Tassi– chief organizer of the second annual Tampa Bay Veg Fest, the Tampa area’s only vegetarian/vegan festival – discusses her educational background and evolution as an animal activist, and describes the main mission and other aspects of Florida Voices For Animals, under whose auspices Tampa Bay Veg Fest is presented. Read more…