Monday

VIDEO FLASHBACK: Madonna "Rain" (1993)

Water shortage looming crisis for Earth

The world is running out of water. Humans are polluting, depleting, and diverting its finite freshwater supplies so quickly, we are creating massive new deserts and generating global warming from below. EDMONTON JOURNAL

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Contrails or chemtrails and freak weather

For the last decade, people all over the world have been watching aircraft leaving behind long white trails in the skies, often in patterns that weave and crisscross or appear in parallel lines and grid formations. Unlike the jet contrails we used to observe, which lasted only minutes, these new formations can last for hours and spread out to form cloud. Tenerife News

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GM could have mass-market hydrogen vehicle for sale in five years

Where does all this lead us? Some would say it's likely to lead us down the road to the questionable benefits of a hydrogen economy. But from a GM-centric perspective, it's likely to lead us to a mass-produced GM hydrogen car in 2012. AUTO BLOG GREEN

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U.S. To Unveil Five-Year Offshore Drilling Plan Monday

The U.S. Interior Department will unveil on Monday its official plan for oil and natural gas drilling in federal waters through 2012, the department said Friday. ENN

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Monsanto’s Monopoly Challenged in Munich

Patents, globalization and social injustice are the stuff of public protest across the world. This week, however, a drawn-out battle against corporate monopoly will come to a head – not in the streets – but in an arcane technical hearing at the European Patent Office. TREEHUGGER

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Mass appeal pushes Warhol to the top of art market

His early Marilyn Monroe portraits would sell for less than a colour television while assistants in his “sweatshops” worked around the clock to turn out “authentic” reproductions. TIMES ONLINE UK

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Rosie O'Donnell to be Replaced by Roseanne Barr on 'The View'?

The New York Post has a report that Roseanne Barr has emerged as the top contender to replace Rosie O'Donnell next year on "The View," sources tell the newspaper. NATIONAL LEDGER

REPORT: Rosie O'Donnell Already Has Offers From NBC and CBS...

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Highlights from the 2007 Coachella Music & Arts Festival

Set in the scorching desert three hours east of Los Angeles, this year's event was action-packed with some of the hottest talents of the moment perform. ARJAN via TOWLEROAD

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VIDEO FLASHBACK: The Buggles "Video Killed The Radio Star"

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VIDEO: The Stephanie Miller Show Debuts On MSNBC (04/30/07)

College in Florida unites to oppose Bush, Iraq War

"I've always been very proud of my country," said Gonzalez, 53, one of the Veterans for Peace who marshaled Saturday's protest. "But at this moment, I'm not."

These are hard feelings for a Marine Corps veteran who wore the American flag into combat.

Gonzalez was among hundreds of demonstrators drawn from all pockets of South Florida culture: children and old ladies, peace drummers and bullhorn screamers, Cubans calling for and end to the travel ban and Haitians calling for the beginning of asylum reform. BG NEWS

Related:
Bush protest in Kendall draws quite a crowd Miami Herald
Protestors Greet President Bush With Jeers CBS 4 Miami

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U.S. death toll in Iraq passes 100 for April

Five U.S. soldiers were killed in Iraq over the weekend, raising the number of American troops killed this month to over 100 and making April one of the deadliest of the war for U.S. forces. via THE GREAT RED COMET

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Saturday

VIDEO: Bill Moyers Journal: Jon Stewart Interview

"THE DAILY SHOW WITH JON STEWART is the most important television show ever, with the most important guests, hosts, and news - current event news, pop culture news, sports news, entertainment news - of all time." Bill Moyers/PBS

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VIDEO: Bill Maher Interviews Dennis Kucinich (04/27/07)

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Protestors Welcome President Bush To South Florida

While the President is set to deliver a commencement speech at Miami-Dade College on Saturday, not everyone was happy to have the Commander in Chief in town. CBS4 Miami

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Outing in 2007: Media Coverage of Glass Closets

Out Magazine’s May issue reignited and redirected the debate on outing celebrities and public figures. “The Glass Closet: Why the stars won’t come out and play” reads the cover line. The provocative image portrays two models holding masks of actress Jodie Foster and CNN personality Anderson Cooper. NY BLADE

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Tennis great lends her support to Humane Society Adoptathon

The former No. 1 tennis player in the world will be at the Humane Society of Sarasota County on Saturday helping out with the nonprofit group's seventh annual Adoptathon. She has adopted three dogs, some of them abused animals, from the shelter and is fostering one at her Nokomis home. HERALD TRIBUNE

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VIDEO: Dyson Squeaky Vacuum Commercial

My dogs run to the TV when the hear this commercial.

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Friday

VIDEO: Annie Lennox "Bridge Over Troubled Water" (American Idol)

Kathy Griffin My Life On The D-List Third Season Premieres June 5

"I guess it wasn't enough to send me to Iraq last season," says Griffin. "This year I perform in a prison, date Nick Carter, and host the Gay porn awards! Who's in? See you every Tuesday night everybody. Oh, and the season's a little longer too. Too much for just six episodes. It's D-tastic!" REALITY TV
Kathy In Iraq - Season 2 (2006)

VIDEO: Kathy Griffin "Red-Headed Oprah"

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Stephanie Miller Moves to the Big Time...Secaucus: The Liberal Lovely Debuts at MSNBC

Rosie's going bye-bye. .

Alec wants out.

The New York Times hate-America pages are old news.

What, oh what, will Bill have the Folks focus on next week?

Short of Bill having a new (or old) book of his to push, it will be the MSNBC's hottest fill-in/audition yet. Certainly no where near the lookers Michael Smerconish or Imus are, Stephanie Miller will be seated in the morning simulcast slot in the MSNBC studios in Secaucus, N.J.. If she and her crew perform to half of their capability, Miller will never leave that seat. Steve Young/HuffPo

Related Audio: Stephanie Interviews Paul Begala(04/28/07)

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VIDEO FLASHBACK: Deep Forest "Deep Forest" (1992)

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Giant Fossilized Rain Forest Discovered

A joint U.S./U.K. scientific team has discovered the largest fossilized rainforest in a coal mine in Illinois. The forest was preserved following a giant earthquake 300 million years which buried the entire region in mud causing it to be preserved. AHN

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Drought Drying Up Some Central Florida Lakes

Central Florida is in the midst of a dangerous drought. It's getting so bad, some lakes are getting dry. The drought is starting to cause a new kind of problem. Area lakes are drying up and causing problems for boaters. WFTV

'Lake O' Drops To Near Historic Lows CBS 4 Miami

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High temperatures, and even higher anxiety, in Europe
Since the start of April, the temperatures and dryness have set records in parts of France and Germany. Large swathes of northern of France have been so cloudless, there have been about 11 hours of sunshine per day for the last few weeks, nearly double the usual amount. IHT

THE NETHERLANDS - Much of the Netherlands has not had rain in 33 days.

Australia - Drought towns could be forcibly evacuated GREAT RED COMET

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VIDEO: Democratic Candidate Debate: Obama, Kucinich and Gravel Talk Iran

"Probably the closest thing to fireworks between candidates in tonight's debate was a series of exchanges between Obama, Kucinich and Gravel on the subject of Iran." CROOKS & LIARS

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Gravel Won’t Be Buried Antiwar.com
In praise of Kucinich Los Angeles Times

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Thursday

VIDEO: Bill Moyers "BUYING THE WAR"

Four years ago on May 1, President Bush landed on the aircraft carrier USS Lincoln wearing a flight suit and delivered a speech in front of a giant "Mission Accomplished" banner. He was hailed by media stars as a "breathtaking" example of presidential leadership in toppling Saddam Hussein. Despite profound questions over the failure to locate weapons of mass destruction and the increasing violence in Baghdad, many in the press confirmed the White House's claim that the war was won. MSNBC's Chris Matthews declared, "We're all neo-cons now;" NPR's Bob Edwards said, "The war in Iraq is essentially over;" and Fortune magazine's Jeff Birnbaum said, "It is amazing how thorough the victory in Iraq really was in the broadest context." Click To View: PBS

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Olbermann’s Special Comment on Giuliani’s Fearmongering: How Dare You, Sir?

Keith delivered a scathing Special Comment about the rank partisan fearmongering speech Rudy Giuliani gave before a New Hampshire Republican meeting. Crooks & Liars

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Wednesday

Apple Quarterly Profit Soars 88% on IPod, Mac Sales

Apple sold 10.5 million iPods and 1.52 million Macs in the quarter ended March 31, boosted by demand for notebook computers and the low-cost iPod Shuffle. BLOOMBERG

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first responders

"on todays taped show
which will air friday
we had two 911 first responders
both horrifically sick

their lungs no longer function
that tuesday in september
in they went to the smoking pile
inhaling the toxic mess

nearly 6 years later
these once sturdy americans
r completely disabled
unable to walk up a flight of stairs

one had an oxygen tank with him
tubes in his nose forcing air in
to destroyed lungs
unbearable

there were 50 thousand people
who walked toward the fallen towers
half of them r now sick
25 thousand people

25 THOUSAND PEOPLE !!!!!!!!!!!"


Continued at Rosie.Com

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IMPEACH! Spell It Out April 28, 2007

George Bush and Dick Cheney have lied the nation into a war of aggression, are spying in open violation of the law, and have sanctioned the use of torture. These are high crimes and misdemeanors that demand accountability through the Constitutional mechanism of impeachment. Since Congress doesn't seem to get it, we're calling on all Americans who stand for truth, freedom, and justice to join us on April 28 and spell it out for them: IMPEACH! A28

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VIDEO FLASHBACK: The Source Featuring Candi Staton "You Got The Love" (2006)

Radio host Stephanie Miller to air on MSNBC mornings next week

TV Newser is reporting that next week, liberal comedian Stephanie Miller’s talk radio show will get a trial run next week in the time slot previously occupied by Don Imus. CROCODILE CAUCUS

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An Evening With Sandra Bernhard - July 28th at The Colony Theater, Miami Beach

Sandra Bernhard will perform at the historic Colony Theater on Lincoln Road. A portion of the proceeds from these two performances will benefit Switchboard of Miami's GLBT Suicide Awareness Initiative.


VIDEO FLASHBACK: Sandra on The View (6/2006)

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Tuesday

VIDEO FLASHBACK: Madonna "Get Together" (Live)

"Get Together" (Roger Sanchez S-Man Fired Up Mix)

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Unity '08 Spokesman Sam Waterston Talks With Wolf Blitzer

Of Unity08, Waterston said, "And our belief is if an independent or a bipartisan executive were in place. That it would make a huge difference to all the politics in Washington and might make possible to get back to the way things used to be in the old days." ORLANDO SENTINEL

Unity08 is committed to presenting a third presidential ticket and platform – one that addresses the issues and challenges of the 21st Century – to the American voters in 2008. Unity08

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VIDEO: ‘Attack Dog’ Cheney Unleashes Litany Of Misleading Claims About Reid

Vice President Cheney and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) exchanged words today in back-to-back news conferences. Cheney accused Reid of “defeatism” and called Reid’s speech yesterday “uninformed and misleading.” THINK PROGRESS

Related: Rove Investigation Launched C&L

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STEPHANIE MILLER AND DR. LAURA SHOCK JOCKS? NEWSWEEK'S IGNORANCE SHOCKING

"Others listed on the Right included Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Michael Medved and Mark Levin, among others. I don't care whether you think any of them are full of wisdom or hot air, they are not shock jocks.

Limbaugh said that the Virginia Tech killer was a liberal. That’s not shock jockeying. That’s just stupid."
OPED NEWS

Website: The Stephanie Miller Show

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Rosie's Got A Way With Words

The outspoken comedienne used yesterday's Matrix Awards to voice her View of age-old nemesis, Donald Trump. Grabbing her coochie, O'Donnell told the Don, "Eat me". via Queerty

Queen of Controversy AOL NEWS

Rosie to Leave The View? When Will She Nonsensically Blog About It? PopSugar

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RootPhi Rethinks Recycling

Brian Witlin, cofounder or RootPhi, is interested in rethinking recyclability to retain the intrinsic beauty of the first generation object. One of his explorations in this direction is being leveraged by Timbuk2 to create a new generation of messenger bags made from plastic trash. COOL HUNTING

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Tillman's Fictional Heroic Death: Did Bush Know?

The Bush administration and the Pentagon came under fire today for creating false myths of military heroes, and the criticism came from unlikely sources — one of the heroes, and the family of another. ABC

VIDEO: Kevin Tillman testifies about Pat Tillman’s death: “Fraud–deliberate and calculated lies.”

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The Sopranos: Episode 6.15 - "Remember When"

This week's episode may have technically been the fifteenth episode of season six, but it was also the third episode of the second part of season six and good Sopranos fans know what that means. The third episode of almost every season of The Sopranos has been a disappointment. UGO

''The Sopranos'': Growing old disgracefully Entertainment Weekly

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VIDEO: Dig at Miami condo site unearths remains of ancient Tequesta tribe

Fragmented bones belonging to five or six members of the extinct Tequesta tribe or its ancestors were found in recent weeks at the Brickell Avenue site, said archaeologist Robert Carr, executive director of the Archaeological and Historical Conservancy. NBC6 Miami

VIDEO: Shantytown marks 6 months in Miami

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Jim Morrison Lights Charlie Crist’s Fire

Said Crist:
He died when he was 27. That’s really a kid, when you think about it, and obviously he was having some challenges. There’s some dispute about how solid the case was. THE MODERATE VOICE

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Giuliani Caught In Bizarre Building 7 Lie

Rudy Giuliani has been caught in a bizarre lie about WTC 7, in which he claims the building collapsed in stages over a sustained period of time, when in reality the structure fell in under seven seconds. PRISON PLANET

GIULIANI WARNS OF 'NEW 9/11' IF DEMS WIN via Drudge

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Monday

VIDEO: Bush 41 acknowledges ‘Bush fatigue.’

In an interview with Larry King tonight, President George H. W. Bush acknowledges that the country is suffering from “a little bit of Bush fatigue.” THINK PROGRESS

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Bush likes Gonzales even more now

Crooks & Liars has the details.



Related: SNL's Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers have something to say about Alberto Gonzales, really. OGM

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Bomb Explodes to Protest Jerusalem Gay Pride, Injures One

A medium-sized bomb that went off in Jerusalem on Friday is thought to be the work of ultra-Orthodox Jews angry at ongoing efforts to hold an annual Gay Pride parade in that city. TOWLEROAD

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Ellen to Host Idol Gives Back

DeGeneres will host "Idol Gives Back" from the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles Wednesday, April 25 (8:00-10:00 PM ET live/PT tape-delayed) on Fox. COMING SOON.NET

RELATED VIDEO: Sanjaya Malakar — on Ellen

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An island made by global warming

The map of Greenland will have to be redrawn. A new island has appeared off its coast, suddenly separated from the mainland by the melting of Greenland's enormous ice sheet, a development that is being seen as the most alarming sign of global warming. INDEPENDENT

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NASA Releases 3D Images of Sun

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Kucinich To Pursue Impeachment Of Cheney

Rep. Dennis Kucinich, a vocal critic of the Bush administration's war in Iraq, plans to introduce articles of impeachment against Vice President Dick Cheney on Tuesday. CBS 5

Related: Junior Soprano Writes Cheney a Letter C&L

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Crow-Rove argument heats up black-tie event

Karl Rove's debate with singer Sheryl Crow and producer Laurie David about global warming heated the atmosphere at a black-tie Washington dinner Saturday night. WaPo

Image: Politico

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VIDEO FLASHBACK: Jackson 5 "Dancin' Machine" (Sonny & Cher Show)

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VIDEO FLASHBACK: Johnny Nash "I Can See Clearly Now" (1976)

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Sunday

PHOTO: Fort Lauderdale Palms


04/22/07

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Natural Beauty

6 eco-friendly skin and hair products. Detroit Free Press



Not only does the company wrap its stuff in boxes made from 100 percent post-consumer newsprint, the boxes are also plantable. Yup, all I have to do is soak the packages my lotion/cleanser/toner came in in a bit of water, stick the soggy suckers in the garden, and -- presto! -- medicinal herbs will theoretically sprout from the earth in twin miracles of nature and marketing ingenuity. GRIST

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AUDIO: Matt Darey "Beautiful Day" (Sunburst Radio Mix)


MySpace: Matt Darey
Release Date: TBD

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Stop coming to work and save the planet

The Institute of Directors is calling for flexible hours and more home working to help tackle global warming. TELEGRAPH UK

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An Un-Happy Earth Day "Scientists Offer Frightening Forecast"

Our planet's prospects for environmental stability are bleaker than ever as the world celebrates Earth Day on Sunday. Global warming is widely accepted as a reality by scientists and even by previously doubtful government and industrial leaders. And according to a recent report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), there is a 90 percent likelihood that humans are contributing to the change. LIVE SCIENCE via AOL NEWS

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Saturday

VIDEO: GLAAD Honors Colbert

How to get a buzz out of your garden

Bumblebees are under threat from disease, pests and habitat loss, but it's not too late to halt the decline. GUARDIAN UK

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Report links high-voltage power lines to cancer

London: A secret report has raised fresh fears of a link between power lines and cancer. GULF NEWS

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VIDEO: New Rules "Bill Maher on the environment and Earth Day."

The best line "It's nature's way of saying can you hear me now. ONE GOOD MOVE


Related: The Birds, the Bees, and Earth Day HuffPo

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AEROSOL SPRAYING WILL KILL POLITICIANS, TOO

Millions of Americans are aware of this aerosol spraying, yet not one single member of Congress nor any agency of the federal government will answer our questions:

1. Who is doing this spraying?
2. Who authorized this spraying of dangerous
chemicals over our skies?
3. What is the purpose of spraying these dangerous chemicals raining down on humans, animals and the environment?

Continued...
NEWS WITH VIEWS

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Friday

VIDEO FLASHBACK: New Order Featuring Ana Matronic "Jetstream" (2005)

VIDEO: SCISSOR SISTERS "KISS YOU OFF"

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VIDEO: Pink "Fingers" (Live)

Live at Wembley DVD via Amazon

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VIDEO FLASHBACK: Earth, Wind & Fire "Mighty Mighty" (1974 Soultrain)

Chaka Khan, Celebrating the Music of Earth Wind & Fire

Johnnie Fiori "You Will Survive"

About Johnnie Fiori
"I didn't choose music... it chose me! I have been singing since I was three years old, when my Great-Grandfather would take me to road side revivals in Pennsylvania and tell me to "Just sing for the people Little Johnnie." My formative years in Detroit introduced me to Motown, then I heard Mother’s Finest and lost my mind!" Continued


Johnnie Fiori: Website or MySpace

House Style Tracks
You Will Survive

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Gore Shuns Miami's Green Conference

Former Vice President Al Gore was supposed to be a keynote speaker, but a report says he canceled to avoid appearing at the same venue with Colombian President Alvaro Uribe, who is also a guest. The Colombian leader is battling new accusations that he aided far-right death squads. CBS4 Miami

Alligator Alley Re-Open As Brush Fires Still Burn

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A global warning from the dust bowl of Australia

Australia is in the midst of a crippling drought, the country's worst on record. Many towns and cities have been forced to enact drastic water restrictions as reservoirs have run dry. THE INDEPENDENT

Study Shows Sudden Sea Level Surges Threaten One Billion ENN

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Rove: ‘I Wish The Iraq War Never Existed,’ It Was ‘Osama Bin Laden’s Idea’

History shows Rove was exceptionally eager in 2002 for the upcoming Iraq war, anxious to reap what he viewed would be the political gains for conservatives leading another military conflict: THINK PROGRESS via WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

More evidence the commander in chief is looney-tunes
When Bush went to Ohio on Thursday to talk about terrorism, he ended up musing about marriage and chicken-plucking plants, the agony of death and his Oval Office rug, which resembles a sunburst.

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VIDEO: Hardball "Resign"

The hearings went as expected. The liar, Gonazles, in order to avoid admitting he's a liar chose the I'm incompetent route. I particularly enjoyed Senator Tom Coburn's contribution. ONE GOOD MOVE

VIDEO: The Daily Show "Justice Scandal"

Meth Made Him Do It: Attorney General Gonzales’s drug problem LA Weekly

The words “Arrest Gonzales” were duct-taped to their backs Buffalo News

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VIDEO FLASHBACK: Bow Wow Wow "I Want Candy" (1982)

Bow Wow Wow via Wikipedia

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Let Alberto Gonzales Treat You to Ice Cream

It's looking like after dumping on the Geneva Convention, ignoring the Constitution and firing public servants for not toeing the Bush line, Alberto Gonzales may have to resign as Attorney General.

If you guess the date and time Gonzales steps down, we'll give you a year's supply of Ben and Jerry's ice cream to celebrate. TRUE MAJORITY

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Thursday

MCCAIN SINGS: 'BOMB BOMB BOMB, BOMB BOMB IRAN'...

At the campaign rally, McCain was asked if an attack on Iran is in the works, the GEORGETOWN TIMES reports.

McCain began his answer by changing the words to a popular BEACH BOYS song.

“Bomb bomb bomb, bomb bomb Iran,” he sang to the tune of Barbara Ann. via Drudge

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President Clinton on Larry King Live tonight at 9 p.m. ET

President Clinton will highlight commitments in action and recognize the tremendous impact that completed commitments have had on the lives of people around the world. CLINTON FOUNDATION

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PHOTOS: Smoke Cloud Over Ft. Lauderdale & Boat Trip To Miami


Click The Thumbnails To Enlarge

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Smoky brush fire in Broward shuts most of Alligator Alley

A large wildfire north of Alligator Alley in the Florida Everglades shut the toll road around midday Thursday after sending heavy smoke and some ash over western Broward County, including Weston, Davie and Cooper City on Thursday. SUN SENTINEL


VIDEO: NBC6 Miami

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Apple Considering Subsidy To Reduce Cost of iPhone

"We are hearing rebates of $50-150 that will be offered by AT&T to lower the price points for iPhone (currently $499 for 4 GB and $599 for 8 GB) and to entice customers to sign longer term voice and data contracts," EVERYTHING iPhone

iPhone set for June release, says AT&T TechShout!

Release of Apple TV may bring iPhoto for Windows TECH.BLORGE.com

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GM to unveil extended-range electric car at Shanghai Auto Show

General Motors Corp. will unveil a version of its Chevrolet Volt electric car this week at the Shanghai Auto Show that uses a hydrogen fuel cell to extend its range with zero emissions, a GM executive said Thursday. PLANET SAVE

Ethanol may create more smog than gas Denver Post

Neighborhood OK's Gore's Solar Panels WTVF

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Video: Eisner says it’s time to get the public “emotional” about gun control

VIDEO: The Dialy Show: Interview With Ali Allawi


"Losing The Peace" One Good Move has the complete interview.

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Schumer: ‘We Will Get To The Bottom Of This While Bush Is Still President’

In advance of today’s hearings with Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) warned the White House that it cannot avoid congressional oversight by using executive privilege to run out the clock. THINK PROGRESS VIDEO

You can stream the hearing at C-Span via Crooks & Liars

DELETED WHITE HOUSE EMAILS: Karl Rove finally finds a use for that pesky Microsoft paper clip! Video via TOWLEROAD

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ARJAN WRITES "Ask The Artist: Questions for Erasure?"

Arjan is speaking with Andy Bell on Friday and he would love to include some of your questions. So after Tracey Thorn, Erasure will be the second act to be featured in Ask The Artist. Submit your questions today. ARJAN WRITES

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Wednesday

AUDIO: "Reflections - Volume One" (New & Classic House Tracks)

Diva La Disco “Only Music” (Botar’s Zupah Mix)
Chris Lake “Changes” (Dirty South Mix)
Kayo “If It Makes You Feel Good” (Extended Mix)
Very Nice People “I’ll Make You High” (Original Mix)
Sunshine Anderson “Heard It All Before” (Junior’s Mix)
Soulsearcher “Can’t Get Enough” (Vocal Club Mix)
Giselle Jackson “Love Commandments” (Teneglia Mix)
Abigail “Let The Joy Rise” (Thunderpuss 2000 Mix)
Blackbox “Strike It Up” (Funkagenda’s Groove Mix)
Eddie Thoneick “Pride, A Deeper Love” (Eddie’s Ruff Mix)
Inaya Day “U Spin Me” (Mike Cruz Mix)

Click play to stream or download the MP3 (Right click, Save Target)

AUDIO: "Reflections V2" A Classic House Blend


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Tuesday

Dancing with the Hairspray Stars?

Producers of ABC's hit competition show have approached the people behind the movie adaptation of the Broadway musical about snagging some of its stars for an appearance on the show. E!

Hairspray Flick Preserves Memories of Divine, Jon Benet
"Take on Travolta: Not so much" via Queerty

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VIDEO: The Daily Show "Suddenly Susan"

Bermuda Cut From O'Donnell's Gay Cruise

A summer cruise for gay and lesbian families organized by Rosie O'Donnell has cut Bermuda from its planned itinerary because of possible protests by church groups in the British island territory. WaPo

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AUDIO FLASHBACK: Sabrina Johnston "Peace" (In The Valley)

Brothers In Rhythm Mix (1991)

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Cole On Virginia Tech Shootings: ‘In Iraq, This Is A Daily Event’

University of Michigan Professor Juan Cole pointed out last night on PBS’s Newshour:

Remember that we’re all concerned, as we should be, about these events at Virginia Tech today. In Iraq this is a daily event. Imagine how horrible it would be if this kind of massacre were occurring every single day. And the people of Iraq feel that either the Americans are not stopping it or they’re actually causing it. THINK PROGRESS VIDEO

Virginia Tech Funerals to be Target of Westboro Baptist Picket
Never missing the opportunity to take advantage of a tragedy, Fred Phelps and his gang of haters at Westboro Baptist Church plan to picket the funerals of those killed in the Virginia Tech shootings, according to a message on their website. TOWLEROAD

Too Soon For Blame And Debate? CBS News

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Monday

Internet Radio on Life Support Again

The Copyright Review Board dealt a serious blow to Internet Radio today, when it denied a request to reconsider its March ruling that would greatly increase fees broadcasters pay to copyright holders. The original ruling called for a serious escalation of fees, to the point where most small, medium, and even large Internet radio broadcasters would not be able to afford to continue broadcasting. PC WORLD

Please sign this petition urging your Congressional representative to act to save Internet radio: http://capwiz.com/saveinternetradio/issues/alert/?alertid=9631541

via Pandora Internet Radio
Pandora™ is the doorway to this vast trove of musical information. With Pandora you can explore to your heart's content. Just drop the name of one of your favorite songs or artists into Pandora and let the Genome Project go.

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"So You Want to Live on the Coast"

Coastal Livings 2007 guide to tantalizing hot spots and intriguing hidden gems.


The editors compiled a list of some of the best coastal spots in North America. There’s something for everyone here, from peaceful and protected to rollicking and rambunctious. COASTAL LIVING

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Chihuly sculptures gain unwanted fans: art thieves

For the second time, thieves hit Fairchild Garden and made off with glass sculptures worth thousands of dollars. MIAMI HERALD

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Sundance Channel's "The Green" Launches Tomorrow!

Reflecting the current tipping point in public awareness about ecological issues and the trend toward environmentally sustainable approaches to modern living, the block of programming is a television first and promises groundbreaking programming about green living. For a free sneak peak, you can get a free download the first episode of "Big Ideas for a Small Planet" on iTunes until the show airs tomorrow night. TREEHUGGER

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"Still Waters: The Global Fish Crisis"

The Mediterranean may lose its wild bluefin tuna. High-tech harvesting and wasteful management have brought world fish stocks to dangerous lows. This story explores the fish crisis—as well as the hope for a new relationship between man and the sea. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

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Far North Feels Worst Effects of Warming

IQALUIT, Nunavut -- Inuit hunters are falling through thinning ice and dying. Dolphins are being spotted for the first time. There's not enough snow to build igloos for shelter during hunts.

As scientists work to establish the impact of global warming, explorers and hunters slogging across northern Canada and the Arctic ice cap on sled and foot are describing the realities they see on the ground. Three of them recently spoke to The Associated Press. ENN

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Sunday

VIDEO: Stephanie Miller on CNN's Reliable Sources (04/15/07)


Click To Play: YouTube

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VIDEO: Weekend Political Talk

Saturday

VIDEO FLASHBACK: "Pirates of Silicon Valley"

"This film is the semi-humorous documentary about the men who made the world of technology what it is today, their struggles during college, the founding of their companies, and the ingenious actions they took to build up the global corporate empires of Apple Computer Corporation and Microsoft Inc."


The complete film is available online via Google Video and even better on DVD from Amazon

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A CURRENT TV FLASHBACK: "1981 Apple Computers"

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Broward County's first Apple store to open in the Galleria Mall

Macintosh users are legendary in tech circles for their almost-religious devotion to Apple. For those in Broward who had to travel to Apple's stores in Boca Raton, Aventura or Miami Beach, the Fort Lauderdale opening is like getting a house of worship closer to home. SUN SENTINEL

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Friday

VIDEO: Pink "Dear Mr President" (Live In Wembley - I'm Not Dead Tour DVD)

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Are Pink's anti-Bush views being censored?

Pink appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and thanked him for letting her sing and discuss the song, which she says the hasn’t been able to do on the radio or other TV shows. MSNBC

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VIDEO: The Daily Show: “Reverse Progress in Iraq,” Vetoes and War Czars

Stewart and Oliver take a look back at the so-called "progress" of the Iraq War and the new position of war czar that Bush is having trouble filling. CROOKS & LIARS

Related: White House says it "lost" five million emails. What a crock. Case begins to get "quite interesting". via TOWLEROAD

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Major Solar Eruption: Virtually Unreported by Western Press

The largest electromagnetic energy emission in the last 30 years has been recorded on the Sun, the Shternberg State Astronomy Institute said on Thursday. This energy outburst may damage equipment of space satellites, the scientists say. Doctors warn that the emission is dangerous for those afflicted with cardiovascular illnesses as well as for healthy people. GREAT RED COMET

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"Heavy Rain, dangerous winds set for NYC..."

Snow in mid-April? Temperatures 20 degrees below normal? So much for global warming! CBS via Drudge

Severe Storms Precede Nor`easter...
May have historical impacts...

Wind Alert Ends; Widespread Power Outages Linger in Los Angeles...

NASA aims to clear up mystery of elusive clouds at edge of space
These clouds have grown brighter and more prevalent in recent years and some scientists suggest that changes in these clouds may be the result of climate change. Great Red Comet

Findings on climate change in North America: heat waves, storm surges, water shortages

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THE WEEKEND 80's MIX : THE AFTERHOURS TIME MACHINE MIX

Running at 1hr 7 min and 42 seconds, it's entirely old school mixing without the use of additional beat enhancements. An excellent piece of work! BORN AGAIN 80's

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How Much Land to Power The Whole World with Solar?

"Solar power systems installed in the areas defined by the dark disks could provide a little more than the world's current total primary energy demand (assuming a conversion efficiency of 8%). TREEHUGGER


Related: Organic, Hybrid, Wind Powered Pizza In South Florida

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