Monday, March 5, 2007

If Steve Albini could lower his carbon dioxide output, I'd have a witty equation here.

Activities in which to participate, provided you're up north.

In Seattle this month:

March 10
90.3 KEXP and Grist.org presents Saturday Family Science
featuring An Inconvenient Truth Slide Show presentation for children 8-12 at Town Hall
Doors: 11AM and 1:30PM
Age: All Ages
*A 40 minute slide show based on the movie "An Inconvenient Truth" especially designed for children 8-12. Presented by Lisa Shimizu of KEXP and The Climate Project. Includes hands-on science experiments. A free copy of "The Low Carbon Diet" book for each family.
*Town Hall - 1119 8th Avenue (downstairs entrance on Seneca St.), Seattle, WA
(via KEXP)


In Chicago next month:

April 15
Shellac and the Stooges(!!) at Congress Theatre
*Unfortunately, every show on the Stooges' tour (including the Shellac pairing but save for the Denver show, natch) has sold out via presale alone. If you're online bright and early tomorrow, you can attempt snagging a ticket to the 9:30 Club in D.C. on April 5.

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