NATIONAL TOUR BEGINS OCTOBER 15 AT UCLA ROYCE HALL
Performance and purpose collide in a world stage premiere that illuminates the plight of the Pacific Islands. Scientists report the vulnerable coral atolls of Kiribati Tokelau and Tuvalu are already experiencing rising sea levels as the result of global warming and climate change. Thirty-six dancers and musicians express their deep connection to nature and their ancestral past through multi-part harmonies, poetry, and gracious movement, cascading over dynamic rhythms and inspiring us all to be better stewards of our shared planet.
The Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives (GAIA) would like to encourage its members and allies to join the International Plastic Bag-Free Day on July 3, 2011 being organized by Fundació Prevenció de Residus i Consum.
LADWP's newly released budget proposes to dramatically slash investment in essential environmental initiatives including energy efficiency, water conservation and stormwater capture.
LADWP will present their budget categorized into two types of costs: basic business needs (minimum to meet regulatory mandates and basic operations) and “strategic investments.” “Strategic investments” include a higher percentage of support for such programs as: water conservation, energy efficiency, water reuse, groundwater recharge, water recycling, smart meters and stormwater capture.
Both “basic costs” and “strategic investments” are critical to ensure water sustainability.
Visit www.ladwp.com/laforward to learn more about the 2011 Rates Process and to RSVP.
This is a great opportunity for your family and your friends to join citizens from 90 countries to honor Oceans Day and the international effort of Coastal Cleanup Day. With over 60 locations, it's easy to find a site near you.
Join us for the opening of Jack Sierad's Sea Glass Art Exhibtion Saturday, April 2nd at the James Gray Gallery. Jack's work use only hand-picked glass fragments from the Pacific ocean. Each piece contains 4-5,000 individually selected fragments which are manually assembled into unique and beautiful figurative works.
The exhibition will be on displayed through April 24th, with a portion of proceeds to benefit Heal the Bay.
Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm Sunday-Monday, By Appointment
curated by Pulitzer Prize winning food critic, Jonathan Gold
In the third year celebrating Los Angeles cuisine, Jonathan has chosen a fresh new roster of the area’s tastes, as well as welcoming back a few tried and true favorite restaurants with brand new dishes making their debut. A sample of confirmed restaurants include: A Frame, Bistro LQ, Chichen Itza, Earlez Grille, Jitlada, La Casita Mexicana, Manilla Machine, Mayura Amrit, Meals By Genet, Mozza, Park’s BBQ, Slaw Dogs, Street, The Gorbals, Mo-Chica and Upstairs 2.
Calabasas City Council to consider banning plastic carry-out bags
The Calabasas City Council will consider an ordinance to ban the use of plastic carry-out bags at their February 1, 2011 meeting.
You are hereby invited to attend the public hearing if you have any opinion or concern to share. The meeting will be held in the Calabasas City Hall located at 100 Civic Center Way and will start at 7:00 PM. The draft ordinance will be posted on City of Calabasas website on Thursday, January 20, 2011.
For additional information, please contact Alex Farassati, Environmental Services Supervisor, at (818) 224-1680 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Access is available to the City Council agenda and reports.