Monthly Archives: October 2013

Interesting Change for a Bold Voice in Climate Change Reality

October 21, 2013 Voice on Climate Change Moves to Harvard U. of California at San Diego Naomi Oreskes Enlarge Image By Jenny Rogers Naomi Oreskes never intended to become a spokesperson on climate change or science. Then she published an … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, C.T.

Today is an historic day.  My father turned 87.  I have been thinking a lot about aging and the nextgenerations.  I am fortunate beyond words to still have my parents in my life.  Especially because my fatherhad a coronary in … Continue reading

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Interesting News from Toyota

Driving the car Toyota wants to save the world with   By Chuck Tannert | Motoramic Toyota has seen the future of alternative transportation, and it’s a landscape dominated by fuel-cell vehicles that convert hydrogen to electricity and emit only water out the … Continue reading

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From Brian Reynolds, Climate Reality Project Leader

Like me, Brian Reynolds is a Climate Reality Project Leader.  Americans have an opportunity to make comments to the government during this “open period” surrounding new climate legislation.  Climate change should not be a partisan issue.  It is effecting everyone … Continue reading

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The Arts as a Social Tool

I am a life-long Arts Advocate.  I even have a Kansas Governor’s Art Award (from back in the day when that meant something here) to prove.  During my quest for truth when I was younger, I found that I believed … Continue reading

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Change or Not to Change–Social Capital in Arts Organizations

Dinnervention 6: The Flexibility of a New Skin October 4, 2013 by Clayton Lord 1 Comment This last Dinnervention post is an experiment in group blogging–I wrote the core piece, and then three of my fellow Dinnerventionists– Margy Waller, Laura Zabel, and Devon Smith–were kind enough … Continue reading

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New Beans

I fell and badly wrenched my knee at 5 a.m. today.  I am okay just walking more slowly than usual (which is pretty slow).  While I was sitting on the floor gathering my senses, I thought again about this Dinnervention … Continue reading

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