Monthly Archive: May 2012

May
28

Best of the 2012 American Documentary Film Festival Screening Series June Features: Philadelphia, Here I Pun & On The Way Home

The American Documentary Film Festival Continues its “Best Of” Screening series on Thursday, June 14th, with two great films that will cool you from the summer heat and at the same time, warm your hearts. The first, Philadelphia, Here I Pun (22 min.), is about an Irish lawyer who has had his fill of the …

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May
28

Fresh Pick fo the Week from the Certified Farmers’ Market

Locally Grown Ranier Cherries are the perfect way to celebrate Summer, and a delicious way to introduce this year’s Summer crop of California Stone Fruits. Ranier Cherries are also this week’s Fresh Pick of the Week from the Coachella Valley Certified Farmers’ Markets.  Originally developed in 1952 at Washington State University (and named after Mount …

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May
08

Earth Matters Film Series to Present “The Power of Community” on Saturday, May 19, 2012 at Camelot Theatres


On Saturday, May 19, 2012, The Earth Matters Film Series will present The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil

 When the former Soviet Union collapsed, Cuba’s oil supply stopped. Cuba is the only country to face such a sudden, massive reduction of fossil fuels. Cubans had to quickly adapt and co-create ways to …

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May
08

Best of the 2012 American Documentary Film Festival Screening Series – May Feature: Among Giants & Ordinary Joe

Best of the 2012 American Documentary Film Festival Screening Series May Feature: Among Giants & Ordinary Joe On May 17th the American Documentary Film Festival will present two films as part of their monthly “Best of 2012” Screening Series. The first, a short film entitled Among Giants,  tells the story of Farmer, a direct action …

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