Here at Mexicali Blues HQ, we feel so grateful to live and work in a community in which sustainable agriculture, healthy whole foods, and local farming are growing to be valued as important facets of life. In a world that is frequently oriented towards speed and convenience, the benefits of growing and cooking our own […]
This Sunday, April 22, is Earth Day–the anniversary of what many consider to be the birth of the modern environmental movement. In 1970, Gaylord Nelson, U.S. Senator from Wisconsin, announced the need for a “national teach-in on the environment” to be presented to the public through the media. The idea was spread far and wide, […]
March 10 is Tibetan National Uprising day, in which thousands of Tibetans and Tibet supporters will take to the streets to show their support for the cause of freeing Tibet from Chinese oppression. Other ways to get involved and show your support on this day or any other can be found Students for a Free […]
photo by Gilbert R., via Flickr In June, the House of Representatives passed legislation to cut global warming pollution, build a clean energy economy and reduce our dependence on foreign oil. Now it is up to the Senate to pass a similar bill and more than a dozen Senators have yet to say how they […]
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image from State Library & Archives of Florida Lacking light bulbs, our lives would be pretty dim and smell constantly of of candle wax. It’s certainly lovely to have electric lights from a pragmatic perspective, and there are a myriad options for making them pretty, like star lamps or chandeliers. You may buy a lamp […]