The new Impossible Burger is so realistic the human body might not be able to tell the difference.

ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images Have you heard of the Impossible Burger? It’s widely considered to be the best vegetarian burger for folks who want a veggie burger that most closely resembles one made from meat. It’s become a massive hit in America, showing up in restaurants across the country and often selling out in popular dining spots. The founders recently unveiled the “Impossible 2.0” during the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. In fact, it’s the first ever food product to be displayed by the legendary trade show and reportedly “left the crowd stunned with its smell, texture, flavor and color — almost like a real hamburger.” And the 2.0 is such a masterful approximation of the “real thing” that …

50 years later Woodstock is coming back and its mission is more relevant than ever.

Photo by Henry Diltz used with permission. In 1969, America was fiercely divided by war and politics that fractured relationships between the genders, races, and generations. People took to the streets to push back against a ruling class who blocked the halls to progress. Sound familiar? Fashion, technology, music and how they felt at a specific moment can never truly be replicated. But there are eras that share undeniable similarities because they are animated by similar passions and challenges. 1969 and 2019 are both times when social upheaval inflamed people’s passions for justice, understanding, and togetherness. Fifty years later, Americans are making their voices heard in even greater numbers to bring attention to similar struggles. That’s why it’s the perfect …