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San Jose Mercury News
December 2, 2015
(original article) BERKELEY -- It's a yin yang cyber world. As consumers, we want to have our cake and know its source, but we don't want anyone to watch us eat it.
While...
KQED Arts
November 16, 2015
(original article) Growing up in an industrial town in southern Ontario, where his father worked at a local General Motors plant, photographer Edward Burtynsky...
Berkeleyside
November 12, 2015
(original article) Some of the musicians featured at the recently launched Bands at Brower series approached the performance like any other gig, presenting their usual material. But for...
Contra Costa Times
October 29, 2015

(original article) BERKELEY -- A coalition of environmentalists warned against the ravages of the "oil economy" Tuesday, noting that Americans, reversing a...

Contra Costa Times
October 24, 2015

(original article) BERKELEY -- The forum "A Just Transition: From Refineries to Renewables" at the David Brower Center on Tuesday will discuss the impact...

The Daily Californian
October 1, 2015
(original article) In a particular strip from Bill Watterson’s beloved “Calvin and Hobbes” collection, Calvin screams, “I’m significant!” to a sky full of...
SF Examiner
October 1, 2015
(original article) Edward Burtynsky isn’t your typical nature photographer: His works, often beautiful, also are arresting, functioning as a warning for humans to understand their drastically...
Mother Nature Network
September 16, 2015

(original article) 'We are drawn by desire — a chance at good living, yet we are consciously or unconsciously aware that the world is suffering for our success...

Contra Costa Times
September 9, 2015

(original article) Californians suffering drought fatigue will find their environmental energy replenished viewing the searing imagery of Canadian...

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