Dock in Cape Charles, Virginia. Via Eastern Shore Virginia Blog A little trip planned to the Outer Banks is turning into quite a journey. The plans unfolded as a fate that was meant to be. Ford has generously provided a C-MAX Energi Plug-In Hybrid for the road trip. I am psyched to test the car out and learn how easy it will be to plug in while on the road. I hope to be able to try a few "local" excursions while just on electric mode. My colleague, Jacqueline Lysoussi, is
From Manhattan to the Maldives, Antarctica to Albany, National Geographic explorer, Jon Bowermaster, is out there entertaining, educating and advocating to protect the environment.
Jon sent me a link to view "After The Spill" which is about Louisiana after the BP Deepwater Horizon spill. The film is premiering at the upcoming 2015 Woodstock Film Festival (Sept 30-Oct 4th) and my plan is to review it more fully after the festival screening.
Jon is incredibly prolific and
Every year I look forward with great anticipation to the Woodstock Film Festival. It's one of those memorable annual events you look forward to like an anniversary, birthday or holiday, an event to mark the seasons by, reminding us how quickly time passes. I have been fortunate to see some outstanding environmental films at the festival. The bounty has included "Chasing Ice" , a stunning film featuring National Geographic explorer James Balog's quest to document the world's
We have loved Natalie Merchant's music since her 10,000 Maniac days. Old and new fans alike can rejoice because she has a new album out called: "Giving Up Everything" by Natalie Merchant. This new self-titled and self-produced collection of 10 original songs is her first offering in 13 years. While this may be Merchant's only album release in over a decade, it's not like she's been idle. Far from it. Besides the songs on her new album, Merchant performed in and was the mu