Entertainment

Help Us Slam or Praise: Super Bowl Commercials

by Rebecca Carter

It’s Super Bowl Sunday and you know what that means: $2.5 million dollar 30 second commercials. Please join me to keep track of the green ads, and the not so

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Menage a Trois with an Environmental Twist

by Rebecca Carter

Whoever thought that sex and the environment is like chalk and cheese will really need to get their hands on the independent film Troika, Filipino actor Ihman Esturco‘s first foray

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Stars To Sing For Peace

by lynn

China View reports that Chinese pop star Jane Zhang, along with other international singers and musicians, is set to record a song entitled “Give Your Love” for charitable organization World

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Bob Geldof Creating A TV Channel Dedicated To Saving The World

by Michael dEstries

Taking Robert Redford’s Sundance Channel ‘The Green’ concept one step further, Sir Bob Geldof wants to launch a dedicated ‘World Peace’ channel. Never heard of Geldof? That’s ok — the

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Through Loss, A Charity Is Born

by Rebecca Carter

Twenty-five years ago, Jerry Kramer was on a flight from Chicago to New York and his Super Bowl I ring was stolen. (That’s from the first Super Bowl.) Cut to

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Sarah Silverman Unveils New Eco-Documentary: ‘A Very Convenient Truth’

by Michael dEstries

For every serious film that comes along, there’s generally several funny parodies that make their way into the social stream as well. For some reason, however, ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ has

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Ecorazzi Quickies

by lynn

The Daily Record has a nice list of eco-friendly celebs. The usual suspects like Leonardo DiCaprio, George Clooney, and Woody Harrelson are mentioned, but there are also some new names

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