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Posted on 28 September 2008 by

The Tomato: A Uniter, Not a Divider

By Kira Hamman

We’ve mentioned the East Nashville Tomato Art Fest here before.

The celebration, held each August in East Nashville, Tennessee, touts the power of the tomato to bridge differences, a power organizers say it owes to its own blurry fruit/vegetable identity.

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Posted on 29 August 2008 by

Tomato Adventures on YouTube

By Vanessa Richins

I love YouTube.

There are so many different random, funny, and educational videos you can find (sometimes they fit all three!).

I decided to see what tomato-related videos I could find. Enjoy!

Time Lapse Tomato

Have you ever wondered what would happen if you left a tomato out for 2 months? This video uses time lapse photography to show the results.

Upside Down Tomatoes

Growing tomatoes upside down is becoming more widely used. The newspaper The Oregonian produced a video showing how to set up your own upside down tomato garden. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted on 13 March 2008 by

Cashtomato Giveaway Turns Into Riot

Cash TomatoBy Michelle Fabio

CashTomato, a new internet video-sharing company modeled after YouTube, just wanted to create some publicity by having employees dress up as tomatoes and hand out cash prizes to passersby in New York City.

What resulted, though, was a tomato riot when the 100 or so in the crowd became impatient and rushed those holding the cash-filled envelopes, sending the human tomatoes across the street in fear of their safety and leaving the cash up for grabs.

Or, as the New York Daily News put it, “Only in New York can a tomato get mugged for $4,000.”

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