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Hope for the Helpless: Drs. Without Borders benefit Sunday

Was priviledged to be part of a classical music house concert in support of Medecins sans Frontieres (MSF: Doctors Without Borders) yesterday in Novato. Wonderful to be with such caring people and fine musicians! The cause is great: how to reach people, now in 70 countries, who cannot help themselves [...]

By | June 6th, 2016|0 Comments

7th Clean Energy Ministerial in SF Jun. 1-5: Hope Rises – Forum coverage today.

"We're on the cusp of a clean energy revolution," says the voice on Clean Energy Ministerial site. The biggest corporations used to be tobacco, alcohol, fossil fuels; now they are Google, Facebook, Apple and all have committed to 100% renewal energy asap. The global economic and energy landscape is indeed [...]

By | May 31st, 2016|0 Comments

Resilience 2016: Build A Rocket Stove Campground at Oasis Farm 5/7

Something very satisfying about sharing food outdoors - and our apricot and plum orchard is one very sweet spot to put in a campground...Friends of Oasis are invited Sat. May 7th 10a-6p to help create this year-round campground. Oasis Community Farm has participated in Daily Acts' Commuity Resilience Challenge*, once [...]

By | May 6th, 2016|0 Comments

Democracy Spring! Arrests continue in call to end $$$$ in politics.

"Hundred of People Were Just Arrested," proclaims today's headline from The Nation Magazine - while CNN, Fox News and other "major" media barely cover this amazing march, sit-in and civil disobedience on the Capitol steps. The 140-mile march from the Liberty Bell in Philadephia to Washington D.C. was undertaken by [...]

By | April 13th, 2016|0 Comments

Democracy Spring! March on Washington April 2nd – 12th!

Democracy - Is it still possible to rebuild America's democratic promise for the greater good of all? Over 100 progressive organizations are merging April 2nd in Philadelphia, and some marching the 140 miles to Washington D.C. with high hopes of accomplishment. Democracy Spring will be "Louder than words," says In [...]

By | March 28th, 2016|0 Comments

Help BAN carcinogenic pesticide…Glysophates Forum, 3/11, Seed Bank, 6pm FREE – register

You CAN have a voice in banning pesticides in SoCo that kill bees, harm small animals, are known as carcinogens by the EPA and World Health Organization (WHO). We're calling for a one-year ban to seriously stop this and check it out. Come to the Seed Bank, Wed. 3/11, 6om; [...]

By | March 8th, 2016|0 Comments

100,000 Poets for Change presents “And Still I Rise” at Gaia’s Gardens TOMORROW

Friday, 2/26, 7pm, Gaia's Gardens a fine veggie restaurant and hangout I am told, 1899 Mendocino Ave, Santa Rosa, brings100,000 Poets for Change, poetry, music and activism in focus with a one-night stand, And Still I Rise, an evening inspired by a poem and book from acclaimed American poet, Maya [...]

By | February 25th, 2016|0 Comments

What’re you doing OSCAR NIGHT? The Envelope, Please 2/28 at the Mystic…

So it's good news to me Petaluma will have its own free speech radio station, KPCA, 103.3, sometime this spring thanks to the diligent work of many at Petaluma Community Access TV (PCA cable channels 26, 27 and 28). I'm dreaming up my costume till its tasty. Or whatever. Incognito [...]

By | February 19th, 2016|0 Comments

Get thee to Petaluma Art Center Member Show! Through SUN. 1/24.

Stopped off end of errand time at Petaluma Arts Center - sorry to have missed a few great exhibits; Scott Hess's Black Artists on Art among those, sadly. So determined NOT to miss our friends in the Members show. I counted EIGHT exhibitors we know well. Wonderful talented imaginative transportational...what [...]

By | January 22nd, 2016|0 Comments

A Better World is Possible: Shepherd Bliss, Richard Heinberg, KOWS FM Mon. 1/18, 5pm

On A Better World is Possible - new RADIO show on KOWS FM - Shepherd Bliss interviews Richard Heinberg Mon. 1/18, 5pm. Hear a clear and studied explanation of how we're doing vs. climate change from Heinberg, an early leader in the field, whose books include Peak Everything, The Party's [...]

By | January 13th, 2016|0 Comments