Amtrak Needs to Choo-Choo-Choose Veggies

Amtrak is conducting test runs of trains fueled with biodiesel made from beef tallow along its Heartland Flyer route, so PETA is urging Amtrak to get its eco-friendly efforts on the right track, asking that the company instead feature our sexy Lettuce Lady ad: Amtrak officials might mean well, but burning a product made possible … Read more »

Lettuce Lady Livens Up LAX

I’m willing to bet my Tofutti Cuties that these TSA employees managed to get a (visual) full-body scan.   Can you say “bombshell” in an airport? Fans of Meet the Parents probably agree that it wouldn’t be wise, and after the Christmas Day attempt to blow up a Detroit-bound airplane, I’m not sure. But I’ve … Read more »

PETA Prime: Viva Las Veggies!

If you find yourself in fabulous Las Vegas this weekend and want to win big, be sure to roll by table number 459 at the Sands Expo Center. There you’ll find PETA Prime at the “Vegas@50+” conference, organized by American Association of Retired Persons (AARP). Our booth features the many reasons to be “Veg@50+,” including … Read more »

An Arresting Case for Vegan Ads on Cop Cars

Sound the alarm! Yet another emergency services department in California is facing a financial crisis. This time it’s the police department in Vallejo. PETA has offered to help by paying the department to run our pro-vegan ad on Vallejo’s police cruisers.     Police departments across the country say that their goal is “to serve … Read more »

Internet Soup!

It’s a hazy day here on the Right Coast. As I watch leaves fall and steam rise from my soy mocha, the mood is set for a lazy (yet highly skilled) meander through gossip rags for fun stuff. Here are my faves: Warning! Seals can literally cute you to death. Kiddies catch E. coli from … Read more »

Image of the Week

  We’re all for reaching for the lettuce, but hands off this salad, bucko! Written by Shawna Flavell

Lettuce Ladies Go to Tokyo

Pop quiz—Tokyo’s bustling Shibuya Crossing is famous for: a. The statue of Hachikō, a dog who used to wait at Shibuya Station every day for his guardian to return from work. b. Its appearance in scenes from the Bill Murray/Scarlett Johansson movie Lost in Translation. c. Being the home of one of the busiest Starbucks … Read more »

‘Playmate of the Year’ Hawks (Faux) Hot Dogs

It’s National Veggie Dog Day! This means that vegetarians across our great nation are pulling out the charcoal and gathering their friends for a summer feast that they won’t soon forget. In honor of this year’s “holiday,” we assembled several of our nation’s finest ladies, including Playboy Playmate of the Year—and stunning vegetarian—Jayde Nicole, on … Read more »

Lettuce Ladies Pay Your Power Bill

If you’re trying to reduce your carbon footprint, changing your light bulbs is a good start—but PETA’s Lettuce Ladies are on a mission to let people know that there’s a better (and more delicious) way to go green. Our environmental crusaders’ first stop was the Consumers Energy building in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where they gave … Read more »

‘Lettuce’ Remember Michael Jackson by Going Vegetarian

Yesterday, crowds descended on Los Angeles’ Staples Center to pay respects to the “King of Pop,” but it was “Her Royal Hotness,” PETA’s Lettuce Lady, who stole the show outside Michael Jackson’s memorial. Wearing only her signature lettuce bikini and a single, white sequined glove, Christina Cho held a mirror reading, “Go Vegetarian for the … Read more »

PETA Spices Up San Francisco Pride Parade

San Francisco’s gay pride parade—touted as the world’s largest—got a healthy infusion of vegetarian pride on Sunday. Working with local group Bay Area Vegetarians, PETA showed up in full force—accompanied by more than 100 men and women who were eager to educate the public about the benefits of a vegetarian diet. © Steve Sprang Our … Read more »

Independence Day for New Hampshire Hounds

pettalk / CC Back in December, we spread some holiday cheer with news that a greyhound racetrack in Hinsdale, New Hampshire, had closed. Today we are celebrating Independence Day for all greyhounds used in racing in New Hampshire, because the last two dog tracks in the state have stopped racing greyhounds! Greyhounds in the Granite … Read more »

Tubby Teen’s Mom Arrested

The number with the worst rap may be 666, but 555 turned out to be the real “Number of the Beast” for one mother who was arrested last week on charges of neglect when authorities found out that 555 pounds was how much her obese 14-year-old son weighed. Jerri Gray of Travelers Rest, South Carolina … Read more »

Seals Vacation at Martha’s Vineyard Too

With the annual Canadian seal slaughter just over (although our battle has really just begun), I was ready for a little R&R when I left PETA headquarters in Norfolk for my vacation in Martha’s Vineyard last week. I have a friend who owns a house at the popular getaway, and as we set up chairs … Read more »

King of Pop’s First Hit Could Help Rats

gossipcheck / CC Since Michael Jackson’s passing on Thursday, there have been hundreds of news stories ranging from how he influenced just about every musician performing today to how he’s responsible for the Academy’s recent decision to allow 10 nominations for “Best Picture” (no, really!). It got us thinking: What if Michael’s music could be … Read more »

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