2 Events in NYC for a green environment
2 Great events to support a cleaner, greener environment.
So there's a little snow on the ground, the sun is out and its melting away. Tonight is the February Critical Mass, a cycling event celebrated in almost 400 cities around the world. The last Friday of every month. Meet at 7:00pm on the North Side of Union Square Park, across from the Barnes and Noble book store in downtown Manhattan. Join in a celebration of human powered vehicles. The ride leaves Union Square around 7:20 and takes a leisurely stroll around town. Don't worry if you see some police helicopters flying over head wasting your tax dollars...the cops are probably just violating some couples right to privacy.
Then there is a benefit to promote Bio-Diesel. This is an alternative fuel substance made from vegetable oil. A eco-savvy bunch is trying to open the first bio-diesel garage in NYC. When you say, "No Blood for Oil," you can actually mean it. No need to be anti-car. Any diesel engine can use this vegetable oil based fuel. Learn more about this at the benefit.
Friday February 25, 2005
Featuring Great Dance Music including drum-n-bass,
techno, breaks and broken beat grooves with DJs â¦
Swingsett, (ism, jazzsoundting) w/ vocalist Rhiannon
(Sister NYC, the Shift)
Criterion, (Broklyn Beats)
plus Singer, Beatboxer, and Live looper, Kid Beyond
from San Francisco
Plus a very special set by the mesmerizing acoustic duo
Chocolate Thai and Jubilee
Also, projection artist Paul Clay with his unique and
artistic video mixes and live video artists, The Killer
Bansheeâs all the way from San Francisco
Body painting, dancing, performance and vibes by the
Art and Propaganda by Complacent.org
Environmental performances by The Green Circus and much
Last minute addition: We will be joined by bio-diesel
pioneer Sarah Augusta Lewison, who is the subject of
the movie âThe Fat of the Landâ and was part of the
first ever U.S. biodiesel tour! The film will be
screened at 9 pm sharp to kick off the event. WOW!!
At 9:30 Sarah will join Arrow for biodiesel/veggie oil
Q and A, with a brief update of the latest developments
with the vegetable-powered BIO-BUS and related
9:pm till 4am
$7 to $15 Sliding Scale donation
(Money collected will go towards keeping the BIO-BUS
and the BIO TOUR project going strong for sustainable
energy in 2005!)
ALWAN FOR THE ARTS
16 Beaver Street,
in the Financial District between Broadway & Broad
New York, NY www.alwan.org
Straight south Broadway past Wall St.
Take the left fork at the giant bull
Beaver is first Street on left.
Alwan is 1 1/2 blocks East on Beaver.
Subway: 4,5 Bowling Green R,W Whitehall
2,3 Wall Street J,M Broad Street 1,9 South Ferry
P.S. This will also be a celebration of Arrowâs B-Day,
so please come!
(and Fly and Crito and Barbra Lee--all Piscean peeps
Go to http://www.biotour.org/eventdetails.html for
performer updates and further details.