Lisa Kalner Williams

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59 Articles

Bio

Lisa Kalner Williams is a lover of rock 'n' roll and founder of Sierra Tierra Marketing, a social analytics, strategy, and education company. She lives with her vegan family in the Greater Boston area.

Articles

Beastie Boys Action Figures Raise Money for Children’s Cancer Charities

in Entertainment, Film/TV, Music

The Beastie Boys are behind possibly the coolest action figures of the year. Replicas of the characters in the band’s “Don’t Play No Game That I Can’t Win” video are for sale

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John Denver Might Not Get His Rocky Mountain High

in Causes, Environment, People

Born Henry John Deutschendorf, a rising folk singer in the late 60s changed his name to John Denver and made it big time with “Rocky Mountain High,” his ode to Colorado’s natural beauty

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Margaret Atwood and Other Top Writers Pen Climate Change Stories

in Entertainment, Print

When’s the last time you’ve read a fiction book on climate change? Yeah, I hear the crickets too. Verso Books aims to solve the dearth of books in this genre

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Jason Mraz Rocks With “No Nukes” Musical Legends At Supergreen Concert

in Causes, Music

Last night, 11,000 fans in California came out to hear classic rock legends join Jason Mraz and Tom Morello — all in the name of clean energy. The Musicians United for Safe

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Study: Thousands of UK Monkeys Tested Without Scientific Purpose

in Animals

A panel led by Sir Patrick Bateson, president of the Zoological Society of London, has concluded that over nine percent of all licensed experiments on monkeys between 1996 and 2006 in

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Did BP Give Star Treatment to Kevin Costner’s Oil Clean Machines?

in News

According to an article published today by The Guardian, it looks like BP and Kevin Costner have had a closer relationship than the public was led to believe. In April, we

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Will Henry Rollins’ Exotic Pets Show Help or Hurt Animals?

in Animals, Music

Hard rockin’ Renaissance man Henry Rollins is slated to host “Animal Underworld,” a National Geographic miniseries that shows the unusual ways that humans interact with exotic animals. No doubt this three-episode

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