Enviro Show Holiday Special
Greetings Earthlings. Our Enviro Show Holiday Special will be on Christmas Night. We'll be airing Robert F. Kennedy's "Crimes Against Nature" speech given at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco in its awesome entirety. He takes the Bush Regime apart piece-by-piece, describing their war against the planet during the early part of the Bush era. It's only gotten worse since this speech was made in September '04. For their dismal record post-'04 go here. Of course, if you've been listening to the Enviro Show these past few years you'll know a lot of this stuff, but hey! can you ever get enough of these guys??
We'd like to entertain you again this year with Frosty The Snowman. You may recall this...umm..dark? version of Frosty's tale sung by Angela McCluskey from The Rumor Mill's Christmas On Clinton St. charity album, available on iTunes. Visit www.savefrosty.org for more information and...umm...stay cool! After the amazing Rev. Billy was on the Enviro Show last month talking, among other things, about the film "What would Jesus Buy" which follows the good revs good works among the shopaholics, we took it upon ourselves to notify The Amherst Cinema about the film and lo, they went for it! Check it out!! It opens December 21 but PLAYS 4 DAYS ONLY!!! Friday 12/21 through Sunday 12/23 2:00 4:00 6:30 and Monday 12/24 2:00 4:00. That's at The Amherst Cinema, Amity Street, Amherst (across from the Jones Library)
The Holidays sure can create a whole lot of waste. We recommend you checkout the Franklin County Solid Waste Management Reduce, Reuse and Buy Recycled page before you wrap one more gift!
A little follow-up news on our last anti-nuke show with Deb Katz of CAN. Six women from the Shut It Down Affinity Group were busted at Vermont Yankee the other day. Go Shut It Down!
The Bus Stop Billboard must've been cleared off by the PVTA 'cuz there ain't much on it, but here goes:
Saturday, January 5th, 8pm.; VFR Benefit Concert, Music for "Now," an evening of creative music and dance with Miro Sprague and friends; Rocky Hill Co-housing Community House, Florence. For Info call Joann 413 586 6384.
Monday, January 7, 6:30 pm. Windham Regional Energy Commission Public Hearing on ENVY's Petition to extend operation to 2032. Quality Inn, 1380 Putney Rd, Brattleboro, VT. Entergy presented a Petition to extend operations of VY to 2032 on Dec 13th,2007. Now it is your chance to express your concerns about the extended operations of VY!! check Windham Regional Energy Commission website for more information on ENVY's petition http://www.rpc.windham.vt.us/energy/index.htm.
Friday January 18 2008, Ani DiFranco and Pete Seeger will be at the Riverspace Theatre in Nyack, NY, for a special benefit concert to help fund the legal campaign to stop the re-licensing of the Indian Point nuclear power plant. General admission tickets and reserved seating tickets for Pete Seeger and friends, and Ani DiFranco and her band will go on sale at the Riverspace Box Office on Wednesday December 12 at 12 Noon. The proceeds from the show will benefit the legal campaign work that The Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, WestCAN (Westchester Citizen's Awareness Network), and other community groups that are working on to stop re-licensing of Indian Point for another 20 years.
General Admission tickets are $48.50, reserved seating is $75, and a limited number of Golden Circle tickets that include an aftershow ?artists' gathering? with Pete, Ani, and special guests are available at $150 and are tax deductible.. Reserved and general admission tickets may be purchased beginning December 12 at noon, at the Riverspace box office, 119 Main St in Nyack, www.riverspace.org or by phone at 845 348 1880. Golden Circle tickets including after show, ?Artists Gathering? are available at www.guacfund.org and tickets will be mailed.
The Guacamole Fund ~ P.O. Box 699; Hermosa Beach, CA 90254 ~ 310-374-4837
Sunday, January 20, 2008, 1:00-5:00 pm (lunch and snacks provided)Massachusetts Climate Coalition Summit. Garden in the Woods, Framingham, MA. Sponsor: New England Wildflower Society. An excellent opportunity to learn more about hot issues in the upcoming legislative year and help plan strategy. Seating is limited, so please contact Rob Garrity at (617) 515-0600 if you'd like to go.
Like we said: not much happening around the holidays, soooooo remember, if you're out on your bike at night use chains! AND listen to your Mother! See you next year.