Mercury in Fish Controversy Rears its Ugly Head — On Broadway

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Wow, Pfish’ers,
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This is a first! An actor named Jeremy Piven, has left a plum role in a Broadway play by the famed David Mamet. Piven cites high mercury levels in his blood due, possibly, to eating too much sushi. Or, it’s the result of ingesting too many Chinese herbs. See the story here on Reuters. William H. Macy, a brilliant actor in my humble opinion, is taking over the role in Mamet’s play, “Speed-the-Plow.”

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University of Rhode Island Conducts Survey on Perception & Future of Aquaculture

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Hello P’fishers and Happy Holidays!
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We’d love it if all of you seafood lovers, seafood buyers, restaurant owners, chefs, caterers and aquaculture followers would take a moment to answer an important survey designed by researchers at the University of Rhode Island.
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Please click here to start the survey.
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Your participation is greatly appreciated and all responses are strictly confidential.
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The survey is designed by James L. Anderson, Professor and Chair, Department of Environmental and Natural Resource Economics, and Jingie Chu, Research Assistant and Ph.D. candidate.
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Thank you, everyone. Chop chop, get started on the survey NOW!