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Theater Review (LA): ‘Four Tree Plays’ and ‘Million Dollar Hair’ at the Hollywood Fringe


A thoughtful avant-garde theater piece and a full-on musical parody are two of the highlights of this year's Hollywood Fringe Festival. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Africa

Africa shows us how the continent has changed, and provides a reason to preserve the varied life within. Read More »

Charles Deering, Art Patron and Environmental Activist; An American Story

Charles Deering could have had a lazy life, but chose one of adventure that led to activism for Mother Nature. Read More »

Music Review: Doug Prescott – The Journey and The Deep Blue Sea

New album from singing environmentalist. Read More »

Music Review: Jamie Ousley – A Sea of Voices

New Jazz album benefits the environment. Read More »

DVD Review: Eco School House

DVD describes how the community of Columbia, Missouri played a vital role in helping solve our global environmental challenges when it banded together in 2008 to build a sustainable future for its children. Read More »

Skip the April 15 Gas Out and Boycott Gas Companies One Day a Week Forever

The gas companies get a good laugh out of these one day 'gas outs' - especially when we make up for it the next day. Read More »

Book Review: Small is Still Beautiful by Joseph Pearce

Densely packed with great insights, Small is Still Beautiful is a summary of the ideas of environmentalist economist and philosopher E.F. Schumacher. Read More »

Book Review: The Constant Economy: How to Build a Stable Society by Zac Goldsmith

With less an emphasis on economic philosophy, Goldsmith supports his point that there needs to be a fundamental change in how our economy runs. Read More »

Book Review: The Year of the Flood by Margaret Atwood

Margaret Atwood has created a world that will appease one’s apocalyptic appetite. Read More »