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Is a green MBA worth your time and money? 22.2.2018 Resource Efficiency |
An advanced business degree in sustainability may change your life, but whether the investment will pay off depends on what you seek.
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The Green Movement Is Lily White. That’s a Problem. 17.2.2018 Mother Jones
This story was originally published by Grist and appears here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration.  It’s been 20 years since Esteban González Burchard took a trip to Chicago that changed his life. The asthma researcher had been to the Windy City before, so tourism wasn’t on his agenda. Rather, he was there to attend the American Thoracic […]
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Be green without giving up luxuries 11.2.2018 Washington Post
Manufacturers have stepped up, and eco-friendly products no longer mean you have to do without.
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Minneapolis adds 75 units of affordable housing near transit 8.2.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
A third of the units at the new EcoVillage apartments are set aside for people with very low incomes, primarily those who've recently left homeless shelters.
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Miranda Lambert vents, transforms heartache in the studio and on the road 7.2.2018 LA Times: Commentary

It will come as no great surprise to followers of Miranda Lambert’s career which song the firebrand Texas singer-songwriter requested to sing in a multi-artist salute to Elton John, which was shot last week at New York’s Theater at Madison Square Garden and is set to air later this year on CBS-TV.

An illustrated history of the Super Bowl Halftime Show 5.2.2018 Washington Post
An illustrated history of the Super Bowl Halftime Show
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Don't Read This Article: How Ads Against Consumerism Help Sustainability 5.2.2018 WRI Stories
Don't Read This Article: How Ads Against Consumerism Help Sustainability Comments|Add Comment|PrintREI ads encouraged people to enjoy U.S. parks instead of shopping. Flickr/Deborah Lee Soltesz REI and Patagonia are known for anti-consumption marketing campaigns, and the recent holiday season was no exception. REI was closed for Black Friday the third year in a row and its #OptOutside campaign encouraged people to go for a hike instead of shop. Meanwhile, Rose Marcario, CEO of Patagonia,... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ...
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L.A. Phil's 'Mass': Leonard Bernstein glorious mess 3.2.2018 LA Times: Commentary

Leonard Bernstein’s “Mass” is a mess, but it’s our mess. Written to open the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in 1971, this way-over-the-top theatrical setting of the traditional Roman Catholic Mass outrageously reveled in musical and theological sacrilege to reflect, sympathize with...

Paul Green has chilled out. But he is still ready to teach kids to rock 1.2.2018 News
The once volatile music educator has evolved into a new kind of teacher.
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Former Rock 'n' Roll McDonald's gets new eco-friendly look from Riverwalk architect 30.1.2018 Chicago Tribune: Business
The former Rock ’n’ Roll McDonald’s will reopen in late spring with more trees and a sleeker, more contemporary design, courtesy of Carol Ross Barney, the renowned architect who co-designed the Chicago Riverwalk. A popular tourist attraction for decades, Chicago’s flagship McDonald’s is ...
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‘Our Green Book was our survival tool’: The history of traveling while black — and why fear still lingers 26.1.2018 Washington Post
The final edition of the Negro Motorist Green Book, which guided thousands of black travelers to known havens for decades, was published in 1967. But amid a rise in race-based hate crimes, is it time to bring it back?
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Art will connect three of Lakewood’s parks, and the city wants communal input 26.1.2018 Denver Post: Lifestyles
Along the 40 West ArtLine route, passerby will find several art media, including ground murals and sculptures
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Through 'Lady Bird,' Greta Gerwig and Saoirse Ronan find connections in art and life 25.1.2018 LA Times: Commentary
A green dress, a Skype call and a mutual desire to connect people back to themselves cemented the friendship between 'Lady Bird's' Greta Gerwig and Saoirse Ronan.
Thank Hippies for These 6 Food Trends 12.1.2018 Mother Jones
Toward the end of the 1977 classic film Annie Hall, Woody Allen’s straight-laced character squints at the menu of an ultra-groovy Los Angeles restaurant before submitting his order: “I’m going to have the alfalfa sprouts and a plate of mashed yeast.”  Hippie food, the rough-and-tumble cuisine that sprouted from 1960s counterculture, has been making us chuckle […]
The 4 benefits of building a green home 11.1.2018 Business Operations |
Americans do want greener homes. They just don’t call them that.
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Kuli Kuli: A superstar of superfoods 10.1.2018 Design & Innovation |
First in a monthly series highlighting women-led ventures in the green economy.
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Topsy-turvy NFC playoff field: 5 newcomers plus Falcons 5.1.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
he Vikings are back after a year away, hoping to become the first team to ever play a Super Bowl in its home stadium.
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California will regret legalizing marijuana if its experience is anything like Colorado's 3.1.2018 LA Times: Commentary

To the editor: The commercial interests driving the rapid legalization of marijuana in California call to mind the playbook of Big Tobacco. (“For marijuana users, it's high times as California makes recreational use legal,” Jan. 2)

Decades passed and millions of lives were harmed before the adverse...

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UC Santa Cruz has offerings far beyond hippies and banana slugs. So why can't it draw more transfer students? 3.1.2018 LA Times: Commentary

UC Santa Cruz sits on an idyllic expanse of redwood groves and rolling meadows. World-class surf is just minutes away.

Its researchers were the first to arrange the DNA sequence of the human genome and make it publicly available.

It is quirky and colorful, with campus traditions that include a...

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Will small marijuana farmers like me be wiped out when pot goes legal in California? 29.12.2017 Washington Post: Op-Eds
New regulations allow unlimited growing licenses, which means venture capitalists will be able to create mega-cannabis corporations.
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