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In an op-ed piece in yesterdays NYTimes, Rose George, author of “The Big Necessity: The Unmentionable World of Human Waste and Why It Matters,” explores the ecology of human waste. Advertisements
The best way to improve children’s performance in the classroom may be to take them out of it. See full NYTimes article here.
Miércoles 4 de marzo, 16:30 a 18:00hrs Taller Comunitario: “Empezando tu Huerto Casero: Compostas Caseras” Aprende diferentes técnicas para transformar desechos orgánicos en abonos naturales. Temas incluyen: la ciencia de la descomposición, contenedores apropiados, recetas para elaborar composta, soluciones a … Continue reading
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“Hollis is our Motown, our Nashville, our Beale Street,” said Orville Hall, 42, the owner of the restaurant, and a childhood friend of the members of Run-DMC, which happens to be the best-represented rap group in the burger joint — … Continue reading
Art takes total commitment, but few artists maintain it around the clock. An exception is the Taiwanese-born performance artist Tehching Hsieh (pronounced dur-ching shay), specifically, the five, grueling one-year pieces he executed, mostly in New York, from 1978 to 1986. … Continue reading
“Homeowners fight back against evictions”, read the International Herald Tribune article here.
NPR’s Planet Money podcast, Friday, February 20th edition, Hear: The Obama Plan.
NYTimes Bittman blog, reinventing the first meal of the day. He challenges the US culture of dedication to sweet (or sometimes savory) breakfast limitations.
Fun article about worms and urban composting, in yesterdays NYTimes.
Give life back to public school cafeterias, and do it simply by connecting them with locally grown foods. NYTimes Op-Ed Contributors: No Lunch Left Behind by ALICE WATERS and KATRINA HERON, February 19, 2009.
Nuestra Raices on City Farmer, Holyoke, Massachusets, USA
M-1 of Dead Prez, Stori James & K’Naan performing “Til We Get There”, 2005
The demand for Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is rising in the New York area– Are these changes in reaction to troubling economic speculation, one that is permeating the global level?
Fotos de sábado, 14 de febrero, dia de mantamiento del huerto y trabajo anti-plaga, en Azotea en Doctores, Mexico DF Plantula de amaranto y de jitomate: la siembra fue 24 de enero, y han crecido con mucho sol y mucho … Continue reading
As the New York Times reported today, Timothy F. Geithner spent Friday and Saturday speaking at a Group of 7 meeting (meeting of “First-world” global economic superpowers and their finance ministers, in Italy, promoting the new Obama led US bill … Continue reading
Analysis and criticism on the stimulus bill, from several pieces in the NYTimes, conclude that the stimulus bill could have done much more. Obama and the Democrat majority passed what was mostly a tax bill, one that is to tax … Continue reading
Israel Opens the Gaza Border for 25,000 Carnations, Bound for Europe
Nortec Collective presents: Bostich+Fussible “TijuanaSound Machine”
The tax stimulus, the first of Obama team stimulus bills: Lawmakers move quickly to pass economic stimulus. The Obama team and a Democrat majority congress rush through their first project. Auto giant General Motors gets a big fat boost. Then … Continue reading