A round-up of what we’re reading right now.
The Koch Brothers have spent a lot of money to convince the American people that the Keystone XL pipeline is a safe idea. Too bad their own pipeline didn’t get the message: An eight-inch pipeline owned by the Kochs burst on Wednesday, spilling 17,00 gallons of crude oil in Texas. [Via Think Progress]
It’s hard to stick with your diet while eating out. This handy guide shows how to choose the healthiest pizza on the menu. [Via WellandGoodNYC]
Sriracha is a staple condiment among foodies and spice-lovers alike. Unforunately, neighbors say the Sriracha factory in California smells bad, and are trying to shut it down. [Via Smithsonian Mag]
Got wrinkles? Cellulite? Too much junk in the trunk? Find out why it’s high time we stopped complaining and learned to love the bodies we’re in. [Via Mamamia]
The Boston Red Sox are leading the World Series, and fans couldn’t be more thrilled. Too bad climate change means the much-loved Fenway Park could soon be under water. [Via National Wildlife Federation]