By Stocking Lionfish, Whole Foods Might Save Overfished Species

In an attempt to help curb the exponential growth of the Lionfish, Whole Foods has decided to start stocking the invasive species in its seafood section. Back in 2010, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration began encouraging people to hunt and eat Lionfish as a last resort of population control, but it wasn’t until chefs began serving it at restaurants that people actually developed a …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Whole Foods' rooftop greenhouse, the late Roger Ebert, the cell phone's 40th birthday and more in our weekly look at the web

1. AIPAD Photography Show The Park Avenue Armory in NYC is currently playing host to the AIPAD Photography Show, one of the year’s most impressive gatherings of contemporary photography talent. For those unable to make the show, Artsy has gathered a collection of AIPAD works ranging from Pieter Hugo’s haunting portraits to Andrew Moore’s American landscapes. 2. Super Local Whole Foods Brooklyn locavores can rejoice …