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SXSW Festival Goes Green

by Michael dEstries

Editors note: This post was provided by contributor Paige Davis. To find out how you can contribute to Ecorazzi, please click here! Long hailed the Live Music Capital of the

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Hollywood Prepares For Return Of Eco-Villains

by Michael dEstries

The New York Times has a great article detailing the upcoming rise and use of environmental villains in Hollywood films. Not since Steven Seagal put the smack-down on an evil

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Adam Gardner on Reverb – Listen In

by Rebecca Carter

Sierra Club Radio just interviewed Adam Gardner of Guster. He also joined with his wife in the founding of Reverb, “a non-profit organization that seeks to raise awareness and support

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Concert Calls For End To Slavery

by lynn

Modern-day slavery, that is, from sex trafficking to child soldiers. The concert, entitled The Voice of Slavery, supports groups like Anti-Slavery International and Stop The Traffik and will be held

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Professional Mexican Wrestler Vows To Help Protect Pacific Coastline

by Michael dEstries

While I’ve yet to see the Jack Black movie, Nacho Libre, its take on the Mexican Wrestling league, or Lucha Libre, has me interested. At least, that’s what I can

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Taylor Hicks Teams Up With Red Cross For Tornado Victims

by lynn

First, John Travolta donated $30,000 for tornado victims in Florida, now it’s an American Idol’s turn to help his community. Taylor Hicks is raising funds for the tornado victims in

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Rewind: Sting Works With Martin To Create Eco-Friendly Guitar

by Michael dEstries

We’ve been covering some green music news lately, so it’s only right that something should come up regarding eco-friendly instruments. Even though this happened back in 2005,  it’s still worth

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