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Water, water not everywhere...

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By Unknown #2 December 1, 2009
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Arboretum plans underway for Milwaukee

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By Unknown #2 December 2, 2009
For our money, Milwaukee already has its own version of New York City's Central Park; our beautiful Lake Park (receiving some much-needed tender loving care at the moment). Lake Park was, after all, designed by Central Park's architect, Frederick Law Olmsted. Read more...
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Ko-Thi celebrates 40 years

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By Unknown #2 December 2, 2009
Ko-Thi Dance Company will end its birthday celebrations with a bang - on a drum - at the Domes on Sunday. Part performance, part birthday party, part fund-raiser, the event will showcase the invigorating and expressive art forms of the African Diaspora, and give a nod to the people who have made the company a success for four decades. Read more...
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Local and lovely! (Husbands, partners, boyfriends ... take note)

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By Unknown #2 December 2, 2009
Milwaukee purse-maker extraordinaire, Jennifer Ladd, has a beautiful collection on Etsy.com and we just couldn't help mentioning it. It's the season of shopping, after all, and we love it when we find someone local to support while buying scrumptious presents for the ladies in our lives. Read more...
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Social media for good

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By Unknown #2 December 4, 2009
Social media is around for good - and it's a good thing. Read more...
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Cheers and beers

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By Unknown #2 December 8, 2009
The Exchange Magazine's alternative gift fair was held this past Sunday at Lakefront Brewery's Palm Garden, and was a big success! The fair showcased 22 non-profit organizations and was held alongside the Buy Local Fair which featured 14 local businesses - all members of Our Milwaukee. Read more...
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A natural solution to mom's dilemma

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By Unknown #2 December 9, 2009
They say necessity is the mother of invention, and with entrepreneurs, the saying often rings true. Many business ideas come about because the owner could not find a company to meet their specific need, and decided to do it themselves. Read more...
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Shorewood hosts vigil for climate change

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By Unknown #2 December 11, 2009
This weekend, many people around the world will hold candlelight vigils to let our leaders know we want them to take strong and fair action to reduce our CO2 gasses and turn the clock back on climate disruption. Read more...
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Googling for good

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By Unknown #2 December 11, 2009
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The audacity of hoops

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By Unknown #2 December 14, 2009
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Big Brother ... the green version

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By Unknown #2 December 15, 2009
This business idea is part Al Gore, part Orwell. British energy company AlertMe will monitor your energy usage even as you use it in your home, and remotely turn off appliances that are idly sapping watts from the grid. Read more...
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Copenhagen - another view

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By Unknown #2 December 15, 2009
Al Gore gets a standing ovation. Protests lead to headlines stolen from Hamlet. Yes, yes, something's rotten in the state of Denmark, we get it. But flitting around Twitter, we stumbled upon this editorial about Copenhagen which asks the question: Why aren't we focusing on research and development of green technologies, instead of barking up the same emissions-reduction tree all the time? The writer, Bjorn Lomborg, argues that money channeled into R&D would actually stand a chance of solving our problems. Read more...
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The trouble with Monsanto

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By Unknown #2 December 16, 2009
The people at CommonDreams.org are all over Monsanto with a story about AP investigations into the agri-giant's patent and monopoly tactics. If you watched Food Inc., then you know about Monsanto. If you don't know, it's a good idea to look into it, since the company is pretty much controlling the nation's food supply. Read more...
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Alterra seeks new ground

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By Unknown #2 December 16, 2009
This on Alterra's Facebook page: Read more...
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And in other Alterra news...

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By Unknown #2 December 16, 2009
... the coffee chain will anchor a new development proposed for the northern end of Oakland Avenue in Shorewood. Other residents of the four-story building? A wine bar, a women's boutique and owners of the pretty condos upstairs. Read more...
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Recycled t-shirts, music and a bit of fund raising. All good.

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By Unknown #2 December 16, 2009
Teecycle Photo Shoot featuring Live Acoustic Performance by PEZZETTINO @ The Establishment Dec 19th. Read more...
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How to feed a city?

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By Unknown #2 December 16, 2009
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NYC takes charge

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By Unknown #2 December 17, 2009
Tweeted by Inhabitat: New York City gets its first electric car charging station, following in the footsteps of west coast sister, San Francisco. Read more...
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Food is off the table in Copenhagen

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By Unknown #2 December 17, 2009
Climate talks in Copenhagen have skipped the issue of food, according to the head of the U.N.'s food agency (Food & Agriculture Organization, or FAO). Jacques Diouf points out the obvious in his interview with Reuters, which is that agriculture is degrading lands and contributing to climate change. But it hasn't been discussed, he says. Read more...
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The technology that could save the world is ...

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By Unknown #2 December 17, 2009
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