Check out Edward Klein’s book “The Dream That Never Died” about Sen. Edward “Ted” Kennedy’s life. http://www.amazon.com/Ted-Kennedy-Dream-That-Never/dp/0307451038
After a bout with brain cancer, today we lost Ted Kennedy at the age of 77. RIP Ted…may the 4 winds blow you safely home.
In California, we are working to triple our use of wind and solar power — and that vote is imminent. Meanwhile in Congress, the Senate is taking up the global warming bill, which if passed, would revolutionize how we get electricity.
Jamband, Phish has announced they are coming to Southern California in October…Halloween to be exact. It’s going to be called “Festival 8” and if it’s certain to be one heck of a party in Indio, CA at the Empire Polo Club. This is the same location used by the Coachella Music Festival. The dates are 10/30, 10/31 and 11/1.
In a world of big industry, cost cutting and “I want it fast and easy” mentalities, the need to live green has become more and more apparent. Disposable this and single use that over the years has lead to an abundance of litter and pollution that I have finally said “NO MORE” to. But what exactly have I done, as a human being, to contribute to less waste and more eco-friendly living?
If I told you that for the Fourth of July next year, you should go to central Michigan for four days, you’d likely call me crazy. I’d call me crazy, but nun the less, that’s what I did and I’ll never be the same again. I attended the Rothbury Music Festival.
In a giant pot, put in a heaping helping of The Dead, String Cheese Incident, Keller Williams, The Black Crowes, and Willie Nelson. Then slice up some Railroad Earth, STS9, Ani DeFranco, Yonder Mountain String Band, Toots & The Maytals and Damian Marley & NAS. Finish it all off with a big dollop of Bob Dylan serve it up with some Disco Biscuits and garnished with 20 other great bands and you’ve got yourself a Rothbury Stew. Yes, Varuka, the Rothburies do taste like Rothburies.