Lisa Kalner Williams

Featured Writer

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

Europe’s Car of the Year Award Goes To The Electric Nissan Leaf!

in Transport

Our European friends have just bestowed its Car of the Year award to the Nissan Leaf — a vehicle that just happens to be a 100% electric. Bravo! The Leaf

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Cher Doesn’t “Believe” In Hybrid Cars – But Likes Curly Light Bulbs

in Music, People

In promoting her latest flick “Burlesque,” musical icon Cher is back in the spotlight — walking the red carpet and talking green living. Cher spoke with Fox News about the

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Will PETA Get Its ‘Hello Doggie’ Smart Car Wrap?

in Animals, Transport

The Smart car has been the drive of choice for those who want a stylish ride without being hosed at the gas pump. Now this “It” vehicle has a chance to

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“Expedition Impossible” Brings Mark Burnett Adventure Reality To ABC

in Film/TV

Sick of watching reality shows that hunker down in celebrity homes and go nowhere else? ABC and Mark Burnett (“Survivor”) agree – they’ve teamed up for “Expedition Impossible,” a worldwide adventure

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Bonnie Raitt Challenges Fans To Lose Disposable Plastic Bottles

in Music

Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Famer Bonnie Raitt has announced Green Music Group’s latest member challenge: Pledge to not use a disposable water bottle for the next two weeks. “Being on

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Jack Johnson’s “To The Sea” Stays Close To Home

in Featured, Music

Ecorazzi has reported on the build up to Jack Johnson’s latest release, To The Sea. We’ve shared, for example, that the album was recorded in two solar-powered studios and that

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They Might Be Giants Rock Out For Pedestrian City Tours

in Music

Yesterday, alternative band They Might Be Giants took to the stage at Arlington, Massachusetts’ Regent Theatre for two sold-out shows to benefit Boston By Foot. It’s not every day that

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