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Since its inception, the city of Berkeley has invested money for environmental education as well as a way for families to celebrate by spending quality time together.
“It is a way for people to get information about how to walk more lightly on the planet,” Hester said.
On Tuesday, the Flying Karamazov Brothers opened their new show "L’Universe" at the Berkeley Rep’s Roda Theater.
This is not a production by the Berkeley Rep, but a rental of the theatre to an outside group. In some scenes of "L’Universe," the brothers play scientists Aristotle, Galileo, Newton and Einstein. Fancy electronic equipment allows them to perform selected segments using computerized visual and musical effects.
To The Editor: On Saturday, April 20, there will be simultaneous rallies in several American cities to protest aspects of the current administration's “War on Terrorism.” In the current political climate, I fear there are many citizens and members of the media who will condemn such protests as unpatriotic, offensive, or otherwise threatening.
I am writing to remind all of us that we live in a democracy whose very heart and soul is the freedom of individual expression and the peaceful, public exchange of differing ideas.
Berkeley Earth Day 2002 – the 32nd anniversary of the national environmental awareness day – is Saturday.
This year a free event in Civic Center Park will commemorate and celebrate Earth Day with an Eco-Motion Parade beginning at 11 a.m.
For more information about Berkeley Earth Day 2002, go to visit Hester’s Web site at “We have a three-person solar powered skateboard.” This parade, although small, is very spirited, Hester said, with a normal attendance of several hundred people.Hester, an outspoken environmentalist, has been organizing the event for eight years.Sale plants include bulbs, manzanitas, sages, firs, Ceanothus, native grasses and Douglas Iris, among others.“All sales benefit the Botanic Garden and its programs,” according to Mac Kay. In 1970, Earth Day was established when 20 million Americans took to the streets to demonstrate for a healthy environment.