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Can The Arts Help Save Rural America?

In an effort to reinvigorate rural communities, some leaders are experimenting with art as a tool to fuel economic development.
…The logging industry had dried up in the mountain town (Iowa City), but Calhoun saw potential. So she launched Red Ants Pants, manufacturing work wear for women. She started an online business and opened a brick […]

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VOTE TODAY! See You @ Sept. 7th Green Drinks

Hello, helloooo…. Last Chance to Vote Today to Protect Our Environment!Go, Go, Go! Then come join us next week to meet upcoming congressman Ken McGurn and enjoy the music of our new neighbor Ellen Bukstel!
via VOTE TODAY! See You @ Sept. 7th Green Drinks.

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This Guy Raps About Climate Change, And Bill Nye Loves Him

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/climate-change-rap-baba-brinkman_us_5717baa3e4b024dae4f0bae1

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Women write strong environmental works

The Women’s National Book Association held a panel:
On Wednesday, November 11, 2015, the WNBA-NYC chapter partnered with Pace University’s Dyson College to present the panel titled “Women Writing about the Environment: Strong Voices Impacting Change.” Andrew Revkin, Senior Fellow for Environmental Understanding at Pace University, moderated the panel that consisted of five strong-voiced women who […]

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John Butler Trio, Bonnie Raitt, Pete Seeger, and more stand against fracking on ‘Buy This Fracking Album’

John Butler Trio, Bonnie Raitt, Pete Seeger, and more stand against fracking on ‘Buy This Fracking Album,’ 6.16

John Butler Trio, Bonnie Raitt, Michael Franti, Indigo Girls, and many more are lending their voices in an effort to shed light on the dangers of hydro-fracking – a method of extracting natural gas from the earth’s shale […]

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Come to the Cinema Verde Celebration!

LAST DAY! Come Help Us Celebrate Cinema Verde!
Today’s events – Friday, March 2
4 pm YERT – Your Environmental Road Trip
5-7 pm Superfund Art Project, with a short film by Deep Green Director Matt Briggs AT Thomas Center, 302 NE 6 Ave. FOLLOWING THIS […]

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Cinema Verde Sponsor Reception

Greetings, Green Drinkers and Cinema Verde Fans!

We had a great January candidates forum at Blue Water Bay – thanks to Shawn Sheppard and Jason Fults, as well to all of you who joined us! And now it’s time for some more fun next week…

Jan. 30 Sponsor Reception: Don Davis will host a reception to thank […]

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Join us at Swallowtail Farm Spring Festival!

Cinema Verde and Green Drinks will see you at Swallowtail Farm Spring Festival on Sunday, April 10 – Noon ’til late…see you there!

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Cinema Verde Has Arrived!

Cinema Verde Has Arrived!

Our ten-day Environmental Film and Arts Festival has loads of educational fun in store for everyone: 25 films at 10 venues, an all-day EcoFair, EcoArts, Community Conversations and much more! Come enjoy with us! Here are a few special events to look forward to (click here for more):

We will kick off our […]

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Oiled Bird Rescue Fund Raiser

To benefit saveourseabirds.org
Featured Bands: Flying Turtles, G Play, Cracker the Box at Kickin’ Devil Café, 2019 NE 27th Ave., Gainesville, FL
Sat. June 26, 7:00 pm
Raffle Prizes / 50-50
$5.00 suggested donation

For more info call Karen Chadwick at 386-983-1256.
Brown Pelican, Fulton Harbour, Fulton, Texas  Source=http://www.naturespicsonline.com/ Date= August 22, 2006,

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See The Imposters Play The Beatles

The Beatles are playing…no, wait, it’s The Impostors. The Impostors will perform a benefit concert on Sunday, April 25, at 7 p.m. at the Backstage Lounge.

The Backstage Lounge is across from Winn-Dixie on S. Main St.. Long Bones BBQ and Soul Food is next door if you need to […]

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Environmental Film and Arts Festival INFO MEETING

Want to know how YOU and YOUR ORGANIZATION can be part of the inaugural Gainesville Environmental Film and Arts Festival in March, 2010?

We are excited to invite you join us  at the Hippodrome Theatre, 25 SE 2nd Place, 5 – 7 p.m. on Tuesday, January 12th. We will introduce the Festival and inform local organizations […]

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Singer in town for Harvest of Hope

From our friend Ed Kellerman:
On November 19, Mike Bernose, a Jacksonville singer-songwriter will premiere his new CD “With These Hands” at the Thomas Center in Gainesville as a benefit for our Harvest of Hope Foundation.  Tickets are only $10 and we’ll have complimentary beer and wine, snacks, and gifts.  Mike has been a great supporter […]

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