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January 30th, 2007

SHLSHKD final show Tues 1/30 at Cakeshop

by SoHo Journal Staff

shell.jpgSHLSHKD (“…the baddest indie hardcore political punkrock loudass awesomecore rock band in New York”) will be playing their final show on January 30th. Their esteemed colleague, guitar player and singer, Don Cambria, will be moving from NYC to New Orleans. Being the marathon man that he is, Don is going to play his farewell show the night before he leaves. They humbly request your presence at this, their final show, so that we can celebrate together the experience of the last 3 years. During that time SHLSHKD performed 65 sweaty shows throughout the NYC area as well as the rest of the United States. SHLSHKD had a blast playing for you, and are going to do it one last time.

Kickstart: 8 PM
S-s-s-spectres: PM
SHLSHKD:10 PM

Annie Burns

$6
21 and Over

Tuesday, January 30th, at Cake Shop, 152 Ludlow, LES,
NYC, USA, E, MW, U.

Filed Under: Events | New York

January 16th, 2007

Make a Difference for Our Polar Bears and Our Energy Future

by Enviromental Advocates

12043.jpgThis month, a new Congress was sworn in — and with it comes new hope for a clean energy future and a safer world for polar bears and other wildlife.

Take action now. Tell your Representative to support a clean energy future in the first 100 hours of the new Congress!

One of the top agenda items of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is to cut Big Oil tax breaks and recover billions in unpaid royalties — money that the industry owes the federal government for drilling on our public lands. These funds will be invested in efficiency and renewable energy.
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Filed Under: New York | Politics | Take Action

January 16th, 2007

EPA’s Own WTC Experts on YouTube Denouncing Nearly Identical Version Of Current Plan

by SoHo Journal Staff

Today, as the federal Environmental Protection Agency launches its fatally flawed “Test and Clean Program,” for residual World Trade Center contamination in Lower Manhattan, 9/11 Environmental Action is releasing the link to a short clip on YouTube drawn from video footage of the final meeting of the EPA’s World Trade Center Expert Technical Review Panel held in December 2005. The clip shows Panel experts delivering devastating criticisms of the EPA’s November 2005 plan, an earlier, but nearly identical, version of the plan being launched by the EPA today, and advising EPA that the plan should not go forward. The panel’s Community Liaison Catherine McVay Hughes and Labor Liaison Micki Siegel de Hernandez express their disappointment at the fact that, in formulating its plan, EPA had ignored the input of the expert panel and of the community participating in the 21-month long panel process.

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