This is Kellyn with your COMMUNITY CALENDAR for WEDNESDAY, April 14, 2010.
InterArts Presents the No.Fest 2010 Benefit shows both at Someday Lounge and Backspace at 115 and 125 Northwest 5th Avenue respectively. Featuring Trawler Bycatch, Brainstorm and much, much more. Music runs from 8:30 until 1:30am at both venues. Backspace will be an all-ages show.
Now at the Milagros Theater at 525 Southeast Stark until April 17th, see HOW THE GARCÍA GIRLS LOST THEIR ACCENTS. The play is based on the best-selling novel by Julia Alvarez and playing tonight at 7:30pm for a special student and senior price of 16 dollars.
Host Stephanie Potter will speak with Rob Klavins, roadless advocate for Oregon Wild, about the situation with the return of wolves to Oregon. For the first time in five years, Oregon's wolf management plan is under review, (comments must be received at ODFW.Comments@state.or.us by June 30.) Wolves were exterminated in Oregon over 60 years ago, but some have moved back into the state from Idaho, where packs were re-established in the 1990's.
Physicist and environmental activist Chris Williams talks with the Old Mole's Bill Resnick about the disasters that await our planet if nothing is done to stop global warming. He also has good news: the technology already exists to solve the problem. Williams is the author of a forthcoming book,Ecology and Socialism: Solutions to Capitalist Ecological Crisis.
The Digital Divide Archive for April 9th on KBOO 90.7 Fm.
Dave DeAngelis speaks with Michael German of the ACLU. Michael is National Security Policy Counsel with the ACLU Washington Legislative Office, and a former FBI agent who specialized in domestic terrorism cases. Michael will discuss the constitutionality of the TSA's new full body image scanners.
Rabia Yeaman interviews Michael Dorsey, Professor at Dartmouth College. He'll explain what carbon credits are, how countries cheat, and the resulting environmental injustice of polluting on poor countries.
In world where we struggle with wars, injustice, violence in our communities and the threat of environmental devastation...what does peace mean to you. That was the question 186 students from around Oregon answered as part of the Greenfield Peace Writing Contest for Oregon High School Students.