Just in time for the Super Bowl, a local pizzeria is being recognized by PETA for their vegan wings.
On a sidewalk at 10th and Market Streets, a PETA spokeswoman said that angora rabbits endure horrifying pain as factory workers mistreat them to produce fabric for the fashion industry.
Don’t leave your pets in the cold. That’s the advice from animal rights group PETA, which sent out an advisory on keeping animals safe when the mercury drops.
The announcement was made the same day the Eagles received top honors on PETA’s list of the Top Five Vegetarian-Friendly NFL Stadiums.
Eating chicken parts – or, more specifically, chicken wings – could shrink your baby’s man parts. At least, that’s what PETA is alleging in advance of the National Buffalo Wing Festival.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie wasn’t in a pardoning mood when an itsy, bitsy spider crawled on his desk while the governor spoke to a group of school children.
Wells Fargo Center named third most vegetarian friendly NBA arena.
Chris talks to Senator Pat Toomey on the Senate vote to extend some of the Bush Tax Cuts, Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece on the opening of the Olympics and Michael Vick sell his new line of clothes, and to City Councilman Jim Kenney on his proposed resolution to condemn Chick-Fil-A.
A Newtown, Bucks County hair salon celebrated its grand opening over the Earth Day weekend. And the timing couldn’t have been better. The salon is totally organic.
Many who oppose animal testing often look for labels that show the product is “cruelty free.” But as 3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan found, the labels may not mean what you think.
Chris agrees with Governor Chris Christies response to NJEA Executvie Director Vincent Giordano’s defense of they union’s stance against charter schools. He examines the potential cover-up at the Daily News and Inquirer over stories about potential buyers for the papers. He also talks to Jeremy Witkins, who developed a phone app allowing parents to monitor pictures and texts on their kids phones.
A national animal rights group has offered a cash-strapped school district an undisclosed amount of money if it allows ads in school promoting alternatives to animal dissection.
The animal rights goup “PETA” (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) is departing from some controversial tactics of its past — such as having women disrobe in public — to unveil a decidedly more conventional form of advertising.
The Eagles have been recognized by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals for their committment to serving vegetarian food at all home games.