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Earth Day

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Top Earth Day Articles

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  • Pinatas make for serious fun at Lincoln Park Zoo

    Pinatas make for serious fun at Lincoln Park Zoo
    Sahar the lion knew instantly there was an intruder in his yard. There, on the rock from which he could survey Lincoln Park Zoo, stood a cardboard replica of a male lion complete with a lush paper mane and drawn-on smile. Sahar bounded over, stared at the...
  • Long Beach beats out L.A. to host Formula E electric car race

    Long Beach beats out L.A. to host Formula E electric car race
    Those who have begrudgingly adjusted to the rev of Long Beach’s Grand Prix, long dubbed the “roar on the shore,” could soon welcome a new, quieter race to Shoreline Drive. Officials announced Thursday that Long Beach will be one of...
  • Getting a greener generation to buy into the aquarium

    Getting a greener generation to buy into the aquarium
    Here are some words that appeared in this column in November 1990: "The National Aquarium and its promoters are out to lunch. They don't have a clue. Their facility is better called the National Anachronism. The new Marine Mammal Pavilion, featuring...
  • Report: Many Find 'Global Warming' More Threatening Than 'Climate Change'

    Report: Many Find 'Global Warming' More Threatening Than 'Climate Change'
    A Yale report says American feel more personally threatened by "global warming" than by "climate change." And no wonder. "Global warming" makes Americans think of melting glaciers, coastal flooding, a hole in the ozone layer and worldwide catastrophe,...
  • Seventh Street trees to be replanted for Earth Day

     
    On occasion, your trusty city reporter takes a little vacation for herself, but fortunately for you, my Morning Call cohorts have got you covered. Earlier this week, Patrick Lester and Dan “The Road Warrior” Hartzell keenly noticed that...
  • 'Celebrate the Earth'

    Lincoln Elementary School students, some dressed head to toe in green, showed off their sustainable lunches to celebrate Earth Day on Tuesday. Parent Cherie Hemphill took note of the students who brought lunches that didn't include any type of waste...
  • Creativity meets recycling at Burbank downtown arts festival

    Creativity meets recycling at Burbank downtown arts festival
    Artwork of all kinds, including animation, took center stage this past weekend during the annual Downtown Burbank Arts Festival. Booths lined San Fernando Boulevard from Magnolia Boulevard to Angeleno Avenue, featuring a wide variety of artwork,...
  • Earth Day hearing paints dire picture of rising seas

    Florida's weather will get hotter, the sea will keep rising and more severe storms will batter its shores, scientists and South Florida leaders warned Tuesday. Saltwater will keep moving inland, ruining freshwater supplies along the coast. And...
  • Apple earnings preview: Second quarter may test investors' patience

    Three months ago, when Apple reported its holiday earnings, the company posted record revenues thanks to refreshed lines of iPads and iPhones that had launched in the fall.  But instead of basking in a big win, Apple got pounded by Wall Street because...
  • Editor's letter: Green Issue

    The City of Fort Lauderdale has launched a campaign to incorporate green living habits. The sustainability plan's three-word rhyming moniker, Green Your Routine, was a big influence for our annual Green Issue. You may have noticed the conveniently...
  • Going green: Boca Children's Museum latest mission gets boost

    Going green: Boca Children's Museum latest mission gets boost
    The Earth Day celebration at the Boca Raton Children's Museum will also mark the official debut of the museum's latest effort to spark environmental interest among the youngest seedlings. For 35 years, the museum on city property has offered children...