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Tuesday, March 20, 2007
Friday, March 16, 2007
Please go to this link and sign the petition to end global warming.
On March 21st, I will testify before Congress on the immediate action that needs to be taken to end the climate crisis. Help me fill the committee room with 350,000 messages.
Can you commit to finding 10 friends to send a message to Congress demanding they take action?
Ask them to visit:
On March 21st, I will testify before Congress on the immediate action that needs to be taken to end the climate crisis. At the hearing, I will deliver the 294,374 messages you signed, demonstrating that hundreds of thousands of people share my sense of urgency.
If an additional 55,626 people sign our message, it will be as though 350,000 of us are there at the hearing expressing our determination to convince Congress to act. Having served in the House and Senate, I can tell you that members of these committees would find this to be a meaningful and impressive show of support.
There are only 5 days left before the hearings begin, so please do not pass up this opportunity to join in showing the broad public support we need in order to solve the climate crisis. I know you have friends or family who care deeply about this issue but have yet to sign our message to Congress.
Ask them to help fill that committee room with 350,000 messages by visiting:
The reason Congress has so far failed to act is not because there are no solutions to the problem. Nor is it because the majority doesn't believe that the climate crisis is real. They have failed to act, because they have not yet faced a sufficient expression of political will on the part of the American people demanding they confront our climate crisis head on. You and I know that political will is a renewable resource, and enough already exists to start solving this crisis. We just have to communicate that forcefully to the political leaders of our country.
In the last two weeks alone 101,673 people visited AlGore.com and signed our message to Congress. This is an incredible demonstration of the energy behind this issue.
In my testimony, of course, I will speak about the scientific evidence for global warming - just reiterated six weeks ago by the world's scientists in the latest report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. But frankly, the debate on the science has long been over - except for a diminishing number of skeptics and deniers.
At this point, it is far more important to deliver your message about the urgency with which this crisis must be faced. Political leaders need to know that you intend to reward those who do the right thing and that you will work to replace those who do not.
That's why it's vital we fill up the hearing room with 350,000 messages.
Please ask your friends to sign our message to Congress today by visiting:
Together we are building a movement that has the potential to translate your strong feelings into effective change for our country. And we all know that when the United States changes - and offers leadership - the entire world will follow.
Friday, March 09, 2007
MARCH 17th, 2007
TIME: 7:00PM- 10:30PM
PLACE: 3137 Glendale Boulevard.
Los Angeles, CA 90039
Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Sunday 12-6 (or by apt.)
March 17 – April 15, 2007
FOR MORE INFO: 323.660.9393
Artists featured: Luke Chueh, Kathleen Lolley, Kevin Titzer, Tiffany Liu, Reneé Lawter, Alex Noriega,Eun Ju Chang, Jeni Yang, & Dany Paragouteva
GALLERY PRESS RELEASE:
When asked how he liked children, W.C. Fields supposedly replied, "Broiled!" Sentiments like this are the making of children’s nightmares across the globe. Childhood is a delicate time, when anything is possible and imaginary visions can be more real and frightening than anything of this world. Cult of Childhood explores the menace and charm of childhood.
Contemporary society is often consumed with the daily pressures of the workplace, traffic-congestion and the ever-soaring cost of living. Escaping into the nostalgia of childhood takes us to a time of ease and innocence; a time gone by when we were carefree and invincible. Easily forgotten are the monsters under the bed, the ghosts hiding among the shadows and all of the creatures that lurk in the dimmest corner of the closet. Childhood fears dwell in the unrestricted imagination influenced by nighttime stories, myths and dreams. The dichotomy of fairytales and dark fables is the inspiration for this exhibition.
Cult of Childhood openly embraces this mischievous duo. The dance and mix of opposing ingredients into a squeamish cocktail will turn a cringe to a grin, allowing the playful and wicked, the cute and barbaric, the poison and sweet, the vicious and curious, the child and creep to live happily in the underbelly of childhood.
Thursday, March 08, 2007
Wednesday, March 07, 2007
If you go here this Thursday you may catch a glimpse of this wonder.
This should be quite the experience as well.
Tradition is a great store.
You can also see Them Jeans at this party if you just look hard enough.
He enjoys being mummified like the rest of us.
This show will also be really great.
Mika Miko is a band that is not to be missed.
For those out in Chicago who want to get down with the GRN.
Don't worry Los Angeles, we are cooking up something for this same night in the Silverlake area.
DJ Pancakes will definitely be cooking up some magic at this party. Bring him some maple syryp and he will play you a song. NO JOKE.
Hope this keeps you updated on what is happening in March. Stay tuned...more to come.
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