The statistics are mind-boggling. While officials and politicians attempt to oscillate between publicly minimizing the risk and attempting to deal with it, more Americans carry on drinking contaminated water.
With its finger firmly on the pulse, Todd Haynes’ film Dark Waters opened just before Thanksgiving. It lays bare the story of a lawyer representing a cattle farmer from Parkersburg, West Virginia; who …
Where life goes, Hollywood follows. And so during the same week that Michigan Governor Rick Snyder vowed to drink Flint water both at home and at work for 30 days to give reassurance that it’s safe to consume, a film is being fast tracked through the erm…pipeline.
Inspired by Time Magazine’s February cover story “The Toxic Tap,” producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron have optioned the rights and will make the film for Sony Pictures Television.
Another Town in Crisis
The news cannot really come as much solace to the people of Flint, where up to 12,000 children have been exposed to elevated levels of …
I was traveling last week and while passing through this little town I stopped at a country-cooking restaurant for something to eat. There were some cars in the parking lot, a good sign that the food might be decent. I tend to avoid eateries that have only the staff’s cars in the parking lot at the dinner hour.
Anyway, when the busy server reached my table he thoughtfully placed a glass of water down in front of me. I raised it to my lips and was about to take a sip when he said, “You probably shouldn’t drink that.” I stopped an inch short of my mouth. Frozen, I asked, “Why …
Tyent Ionized Alkaline Water Purifiers-Doing the Dirty Work
Much has been written lately on the subject of water. Water not only covers most of the Earth, it now covers much of the news.
One would be hard pressed to pick up a newspaper or to watch television without seeing a story involving water in some capacity.
With rain, droughts, floods, pollution, mudslides, chemical spills, bans, and more, water is the trending topic these days. According to the website 247wallst.com, ten cities in California are on the brink of running out of water altogether. The effects this potential disaster will have on commerce in these cities and across the country are immeasurable.