Monthly Archives: September 2007

Brad Pitt : Make It Right

Boy, not only is he a hunk, he has BRAINS. Brad Pitt is leading up a new project, called Make It Right, and is planning a new 150-Home Community in New Orleans’ Lower Ninth Ward. Make It Right is committed … Continue reading

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Famous movie quotes : The Ruminator, “I’ll be baaa-ack”

You’ll need a license to carry that gun…er, goat. Kudos to Conlin – so glad I voted for this guy. The City Council has done something reasonable – and reasonably quick – about allowing homeowners inside of the city limits … Continue reading

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Seattle “considered a bellwether” of green living

Wow! Great spread in the Times this last weekend – just now catching up since it was my birthday on Saturday and I was pretty busy enjoying myself this weekend. Don’t miss these great articles! Seattle considered a bellwether The … Continue reading

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Contemplating navel lint and other important things

Seven years ago tomorrow, on my birthday in Y2K (2000), my husband and I visited Giverny, the former home (and now museum) of the French Impressionist painter Claude Monet. It was the middle of a whirlwind week in Paris, my … Continue reading

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What it means to live in a green home

I was busy this weekend getting my new Built Green home in order for our first dinner guests – we moved in two weeks ago and managed to throw a small dinner party for my parents last night. We cruised … Continue reading

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Garden Cycles

I want to tell you about a unique indivual with a singular enterprising business unlike any I have ever known. Steve Richmond, the owner of Garden Cycles, is a man who stands on principal for many things. But he is … Continue reading

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