Volcom

24 Apr 19
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23 Apr 19
Professional Industry Market Research

The report is a brilliant presentation of critical dynamics, regional growth, competition, and other important aspects of the global Snow Sports Apparel market. It provides accurate market figures and statistics including CAGR, revenue, volume, consumption, production, market shares, price, and gross margin. Each regional market studied in the report is carefully analyzed to explore key opportunities […]

22 Apr 19
Women Socks Plaza

With a custom jacquard print and a medium-weight, the sherwood sock is a warm and comfortable style including ride design features ideal for keeping you mens grey socks | mens wool dress socksA pair of socks is a pair of socks is a pair of socks. … It’s like a basketball shoe now, the socks […]

22 Apr 19
Women Socks Plaza

With a custom jacquard print and a heavy-weight, the Tundra tech sock is a warm and comfortable style including ride design features ideal for keeping you grey socks | gold toe black socksA pair of socks is a pair of socks is a pair of socks. … It’s like a basketball shoe now, the socks […]

21 Apr 19
Moniqsales

Straight-fit jean with five-pocket styling and V-shaped belt loops
Zip fly with button
Leg opening: 16″

20 Apr 19
Alien Octopus

Western Australia’s prince of progression has a new sponsor. Jack “Robbo” Robinson just joined Volcom, and with that comes a quick montage of Jack scoring northwest Australia. In the edit above, Jack shows off his comfort and style in the heavy stuff, solidifying his place among Volcom’s roster of hard-charging team riders. Jack currently sits […]

19 Apr 19
dhamma diaries

That’s a mouthful for ya. Vih-paw-shun-uh-per-nuh. See, you got it. It’s actually two words that conveniently combine: Vipassana & Annapurna. You see what I did there? 😉 Vipassana is an ancient Pali word. Pali was the language spoken by the common man in Northern India about 25 centuries ago during the time Gotama the Buddha […]

19 Apr 19
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
I once wrote in this space that Earth Day should be abolished. A holiday to assuage our guilt over polluting the earth? It’s like Grandparents’ Day, invented by Hallmark so we could send a card and maybe place a phone call and stop feeling guilty about not reaching out to nanna and papa. Until next year. But not everyone lives this stuff day-in, day-out like I do. Some of you might take this time — it’s now called Earth Month — to do something for the planet either by yourself or with a family member or friend. I would suggest if you do, come back with one practice you will carry on for the whole year. That will really make a difference. Here’s a list of some Earth Day events yet-to-come that expose you to the glut of atrocities we’ve committed against Mother Earth, God’s creation. Can we be woke about this? The biggest issue being global climate change, which is already altering our planet’s weather and will make it unlivable for our children and grandchildren unless we do something about it. So I’m calling it Saving the Earth Day. Here are some events you may want to attend: Saturday, April 20: Bring unwanted, gently used clothes to the Loupilou fashion pop-up shop and give them a second life from 10 a.m. to  6 p.m. They will be donated to the Downtown Women’s Center. (yes, re-use is one of the 3 Rs). Bryck & Mortar, 13050 San Vicente Blvd., No. 209, Los Angeles. Sunday, April 21: Great East Hollywood Earth Day Cleanup from 9 a.m. to noon, 4810 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles. Monday, April 22: Go on a hike at 9 a.m. from Edison Trails Park, 1600 S. Garfield Ave., Monterey Park, 91755. The hike is in support of Rep. Judy Chu, D-Pasadena’s efforts to expand the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument to the San Gabriel River. Chu will speak at 10 a.m. at La Loma Park, 1950 Fulton Ave., Monterey Park. Monday, April 22:  “Farm to Yarn” documentary and panel discussion on farming organic cotton from India at 5 p.m. at Volcom, 1740 Monrovia Ave., Costa Mesa Monday, April 22: Metrolink and L.A. Metro are offering free rides all day. Riding a bus or train can be the most effective individual practice for reducing your household greenhouse gas inventory. Every year, Metrolink riders in total reduce greenhouse gases by 120,000 metric tons. Saturday, April 27 [cq comment=”April 27″]: Plant native trees at 8:30 a.m. at Ascot Hills Park, 4371 Multnomah St., Los Angeles. Sponsored by North East Trees. Wear sturdy shoes, long pants, gloves and a hat. Saturday, April 27: Help researchers from the L.A. County Natural History Museum and the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium find coastal marine life in the tide pools at 10:15 a.m at Point Fermin, San Pedro. Data collected is part of the City Nature Challenge. Meet at aquarium front steps, 3720 Stephen M. White Drive, San Pedro, then walk to tide pools. Saturday, April 27: Plant a tree from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Sun Valley Recreation Center, 8133 Vineland Ave., Sun Valley. Saturday, April 27: Have paper? Don’t just throw it out. Shred it. A free shredding truck will be on hand at the Neighborhood Council Valley Village Earth Day Shredding Event from 9 a.m. to noon. Used batteries and light bulbs are also being collected, so they don’t end up in landfills and pollute the ground water. Valley Village Park, 5000 Westpark Drive, North Hollywood. Saturday, April 27: Take a family-friendly, 5.4-mile community bike ride from 9 to 11:30 a.m.with Active San Gabriel Valley and the Monterey Park Environmental Commission. You can register at the event starting at 7 a.m. Barnes Memorial Park, 350 S. McPherrin Ave., Monterey Park. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Steve Scauzillo covers public health, environment and green transportation for the Southern California News Group. He’s a recipient of the Aldo Leopold Award for Distinguished Editorial Writing. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @stevscaz or email him at sscauzillo@scng.com.
19 Apr 19
Whittier Daily News
I once wrote in this space that Earth Day should be abolished. A holiday to assuage our guilt over polluting the earth? It’s like Grandparents’ Day, invented by Hallmark so we could send a card and maybe place a phone call and stop feeling guilty about not reaching out to nanna and papa. Until next year. But not everyone lives this stuff day-in, day-out like I do. Some of you might take this time — it’s now called Earth Month — to do something for the planet either by yourself or with a family member or friend. I would suggest if you do, come back with one practice you will carry on for the whole year. That will really make a difference. Here’s a list of some Earth Day events yet-to-come that expose you to the glut of atrocities we’ve committed against Mother Earth, God’s creation. Can we be woke about this? The biggest issue being global climate change, which is already altering our planet’s weather and will make it unlivable for our children and grandchildren unless we do something about it. So I’m calling it Saving the Earth Day. Here are some events you may want to attend: Saturday, April 20: Bring unwanted, gently used clothes to the Loupilou fashion pop-up shop and give them a second life from 10 a.m. to  6 p.m. They will be donated to the Downtown Women’s Center. (yes, re-use is one of the 3 Rs). Bryck & Mortar, 13050 San Vicente Blvd., No. 209, Los Angeles. Sunday, April 21: Great East Hollywood Earth Day Cleanup from 9 a.m. to noon, 4810 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles. Monday, April 22: Go on a hike at 9 a.m. from Edison Trails Park, 1600 S. Garfield Ave., Monterey Park, 91755. The hike is in support of Rep. Judy Chu, D-Pasadena’s efforts to expand the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument to the San Gabriel River. Chu will speak at 10 a.m. at La Loma Park, 1950 Fulton Ave., Monterey Park. Monday, April 22:  “Farm to Yarn” documentary and panel discussion on farming organic cotton from India at 5 p.m. at Volcom, 1740 Monrovia Ave., Costa Mesa Monday, April 22: Metrolink and L.A. Metro are offering free rides all day. Riding a bus or train can be the most effective individual practice for reducing your household greenhouse gas inventory. Every year, Metrolink riders in total reduce greenhouse gases by 120,000 metric tons. Saturday, April 27 [cq comment=”April 27″]: Plant native trees at 8:30 a.m. at Ascot Hills Park, 4371 Multnomah St., Los Angeles. Sponsored by North East Trees. Wear sturdy shoes, long pants, gloves and a hat. Saturday, April 27: Help researchers from the L.A. County Natural History Museum and the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium find coastal marine life in the tide pools at 10:15 a.m at Point Fermin, San Pedro. Data collected is part of the City Nature Challenge. Meet at aquarium front steps, 3720 Stephen M. White Drive, San Pedro, then walk to tide pools. Saturday, April 27: Plant a tree from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Sun Valley Recreation Center, 8133 Vineland Ave., Sun Valley. Saturday, April 27: Have paper? Don’t just throw it out. Shred it. A free shredding truck will be on hand at the Neighborhood Council Valley Village Earth Day Shredding Event from 9 a.m. to noon. Used batteries and light bulbs are also being collected, so they don’t end up in landfills and pollute the ground water. Valley Village Park, 5000 Westpark Drive, North Hollywood. Saturday, April 27: Take a family-friendly, 5.4-mile community bike ride from 9 to 11:30 a.m.with Active San Gabriel Valley and the Monterey Park Environmental Commission. You can register at the event starting at 7 a.m. Barnes Memorial Park, 350 S. McPherrin Ave., Monterey Park. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Steve Scauzillo covers public health, environment and green transportation for the Southern California News Group. He’s a recipient of the Aldo Leopold Award for Distinguished Editorial Writing. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @stevscaz or email him at sscauzillo@scng.com.
19 Apr 19
Daily News
I once wrote in this space that Earth Day should be abolished. A holiday to assuage our guilt over polluting the earth? It’s like Grandparents’ Day, invented by Hallmark so we could send a card and maybe place a phone call and stop feeling guilty about not reaching out to nanna and papa. Until next year. But not everyone lives this stuff day-in, day-out like I do. Some of you might take this time — it’s now called Earth Month — to do something for the planet either by yourself or with a family member or friend. I would suggest if you do, come back with one practice you will carry on for the whole year. That will really make a difference. Here’s a list of some Earth Day events yet-to-come that expose you to the glut of atrocities we’ve committed against Mother Earth, God’s creation. Can we be woke about this? The biggest issue being global climate change, which is already altering our planet’s weather and will make it unlivable for our children and grandchildren unless we do something about it. So I’m calling it Saving the Earth Day. Here are some events you may want to attend: Saturday, April 20: Bring unwanted, gently used clothes to the Loupilou fashion pop-up shop and give them a second life from 10 a.m. to  6 p.m. They will be donated to the Downtown Women’s Center. (yes, re-use is one of the 3 Rs). Bryck & Mortar, 13050 San Vicente Blvd., No. 209, Los Angeles. Sunday, April 21: Great East Hollywood Earth Day Cleanup from 9 a.m. to noon, 4810 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles. Monday, April 22: Go on a hike at 9 a.m. from Edison Trails Park, 1600 S. Garfield Ave., Monterey Park, 91755. The hike is in support of Rep. Judy Chu, D-Pasadena’s efforts to expand the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument to the San Gabriel River. Chu will speak at 10 a.m. at La Loma Park, 1950 Fulton Ave., Monterey Park. Monday, April 22:  “Farm to Yarn” documentary and panel discussion on farming organic cotton from India at 5 p.m. at Volcom, 1740 Monrovia Ave., Costa Mesa Monday, April 22: Metrolink and L.A. Metro are offering free rides all day. Riding a bus or train can be the most effective individual practice for reducing your household greenhouse gas inventory. Every year, Metrolink riders in total reduce greenhouse gases by 120,000 metric tons. Saturday, April 27 [cq comment=”April 27″]: Plant native trees at 8:30 a.m. at Ascot Hills Park, 4371 Multnomah St., Los Angeles. Sponsored by North East Trees. Wear sturdy shoes, long pants, gloves and a hat. Saturday, April 27: Help researchers from the L.A. County Natural History Museum and the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium find coastal marine life in the tide pools at 10:15 a.m at Point Fermin, San Pedro. Data collected is part of the City Nature Challenge. Meet at aquarium front steps, 3720 Stephen M. White Drive, San Pedro, then walk to tide pools. Saturday, April 27: Plant a tree from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Sun Valley Recreation Center, 8133 Vineland Ave., Sun Valley. Saturday, April 27: Have paper? Don’t just throw it out. Shred it. A free shredding truck will be on hand at the Neighborhood Council Valley Village Earth Day Shredding Event from 9 a.m. to noon. Used batteries and light bulbs are also being collected, so they don’t end up in landfills and pollute the ground water. Valley Village Park, 5000 Westpark Drive, North Hollywood. Saturday, April 27: Take a family-friendly, 5.4-mile community bike ride from 9 to 11:30 a.m.with Active San Gabriel Valley and the Monterey Park Environmental Commission. You can register at the event starting at 7 a.m. Barnes Memorial Park, 350 S. McPherrin Ave., Monterey Park. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Steve Scauzillo covers public health, environment and green transportation for the Southern California News Group. He’s a recipient of the Aldo Leopold Award for Distinguished Editorial Writing. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @stevscaz or email him at sscauzillo@scng.com.
19 Apr 19
Orange County Register
I once wrote in this space that Earth Day should be abolished. A holiday to assuage our guilt over polluting the earth? It’s like Grandparents’ Day, invented by Hallmark so we could send a card and maybe place a phone call and stop feeling guilty about not reaching out to nanna and papa. Until next year. But not everyone lives this stuff day-in, day-out like I do. Some of you might take this time — it’s now called Earth Month — to do something for the planet either by yourself or with a family member or friend. I would suggest if you do, come back with one practice you will carry on for the whole year. That will really make a difference. Here’s a list of some Earth Day events yet-to-come that expose you to the glut of atrocities we’ve committed against Mother Earth, God’s creation. Can we be woke about this? The biggest issue being global climate change, which is already altering our planet’s weather and will make it unlivable for our children and grandchildren unless we do something about it. So I’m calling it Saving the Earth Day. Here are some events you may want to attend: Saturday, April 20: Bring unwanted, gently used clothes to the Loupilou fashion pop-up shop and give them a second life from 10 a.m. to  6 p.m. They will be donated to the Downtown Women’s Center. (yes, re-use is one of the 3 Rs). Bryck & Mortar, 13050 San Vicente Blvd., No. 209, Los Angeles. Sunday, April 21: Great East Hollywood Earth Day Cleanup from 9 a.m. to noon, 4810 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles. Monday, April 22: Go on a hike at 9 a.m. from Edison Trails Park, 1600 S. Garfield Ave., Monterey Park, 91755. The hike is in support of Rep. Judy Chu, D-Pasadena’s efforts to expand the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument to the San Gabriel River. Chu will speak at 10 a.m. at La Loma Park, 1950 Fulton Ave., Monterey Park. Monday, April 22:  “Farm to Yarn” documentary and panel discussion on farming organic cotton from India at 5 p.m. at Volcom, 1740 Monrovia Ave., Costa Mesa Monday, April 22: Metrolink and L.A. Metro are offering free rides all day. Riding a bus or train can be the most effective individual practice for reducing your household greenhouse gas inventory. Every year, Metrolink riders in total reduce greenhouse gases by 120,000 metric tons. Saturday, April 27 [cq comment=”April 27″]: Plant native trees at 8:30 a.m. at Ascot Hills Park, 4371 Multnomah St., Los Angeles. Sponsored by North East Trees. Wear sturdy shoes, long pants, gloves and a hat. Saturday, April 27: Help researchers from the L.A. County Natural History Museum and the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium find coastal marine life in the tide pools at 10:15 a.m at Point Fermin, San Pedro. Data collected is part of the City Nature Challenge. Meet at aquarium front steps, 3720 Stephen M. White Drive, San Pedro, then walk to tide pools. Saturday, April 27: Plant a tree from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Sun Valley Recreation Center, 8133 Vineland Ave., Sun Valley. Saturday, April 27: Have paper? Don’t just throw it out. Shred it. A free shredding truck will be on hand at the Neighborhood Council Valley Village Earth Day Shredding Event from 9 a.m. to noon. Used batteries and light bulbs are also being collected, so they don’t end up in landfills and pollute the ground water. Valley Village Park, 5000 Westpark Drive, North Hollywood. Saturday, April 27: Take a family-friendly, 5.4-mile community bike ride from 9 to 11:30 a.m.with Active San Gabriel Valley and the Monterey Park Environmental Commission. You can register at the event starting at 7 a.m. Barnes Memorial Park, 350 S. McPherrin Ave., Monterey Park. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Steve Scauzillo covers public health, environment and green transportation for the Southern California News Group. He’s a recipient of the Aldo Leopold Award for Distinguished Editorial Writing. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @stevscaz or email him at sscauzillo@scng.com.
19 Apr 19
Press Telegram
I once wrote in this space that Earth Day should be abolished. A holiday to assuage our guilt over polluting the earth? It’s like Grandparents’ Day, invented by Hallmark so we could send a card and maybe place a phone call and stop feeling guilty about not reaching out to nanna and papa. Until next year. But not everyone lives this stuff day-in, day-out like I do. Some of you might take this time — it’s now called Earth Month — to do something for the planet either by yourself or with a family member or friend. I would suggest if you do, come back with one practice you will carry on for the whole year. That will really make a difference. Here’s a list of some Earth Day events yet-to-come that expose you to the glut of atrocities we’ve committed against Mother Earth, God’s creation. Can we be woke about this? The biggest issue being global climate change, which is already altering our planet’s weather and will make it unlivable for our children and grandchildren unless we do something about it. So I’m calling it Saving the Earth Day. Here are some events you may want to attend: Saturday, April 20: Bring unwanted, gently used clothes to the Loupilou fashion pop-up shop and give them a second life from 10 a.m. to  6 p.m. They will be donated to the Downtown Women’s Center. (yes, re-use is one of the 3 Rs). Bryck & Mortar, 13050 San Vicente Blvd., No. 209, Los Angeles. Sunday, April 21: Great East Hollywood Earth Day Cleanup from 9 a.m. to noon, 4810 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles. Monday, April 22: Go on a hike at 9 a.m. from Edison Trails Park, 1600 S. Garfield Ave., Monterey Park, 91755. The hike is in support of Rep. Judy Chu, D-Pasadena’s efforts to expand the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument to the San Gabriel River. Chu will speak at 10 a.m. at La Loma Park, 1950 Fulton Ave., Monterey Park. Monday, April 22:  “Farm to Yarn” documentary and panel discussion on farming organic cotton from India at 5 p.m. at Volcom, 1740 Monrovia Ave., Costa Mesa Monday, April 22: Metrolink and L.A. Metro are offering free rides all day. Riding a bus or train can be the most effective individual practice for reducing your household greenhouse gas inventory. Every year, Metrolink riders in total reduce greenhouse gases by 120,000 metric tons. Saturday, April 27 [cq comment=”April 27″]: Plant native trees at 8:30 a.m. at Ascot Hills Park, 4371 Multnomah St., Los Angeles. Sponsored by North East Trees. Wear sturdy shoes, long pants, gloves and a hat. Saturday, April 27: Help researchers from the L.A. County Natural History Museum and the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium find coastal marine life in the tide pools at 10:15 a.m at Point Fermin, San Pedro. Data collected is part of the City Nature Challenge. Meet at aquarium front steps, 3720 Stephen M. White Drive, San Pedro, then walk to tide pools. Saturday, April 27: Plant a tree from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Sun Valley Recreation Center, 8133 Vineland Ave., Sun Valley. Saturday, April 27: Have paper? Don’t just throw it out. Shred it. A free shredding truck will be on hand at the Neighborhood Council Valley Village Earth Day Shredding Event from 9 a.m. to noon. Used batteries and light bulbs are also being collected, so they don’t end up in landfills and pollute the ground water. Valley Village Park, 5000 Westpark Drive, North Hollywood. Saturday, April 27: Take a family-friendly, 5.4-mile community bike ride from 9 to 11:30 a.m.with Active San Gabriel Valley and the Monterey Park Environmental Commission. You can register at the event starting at 7 a.m. Barnes Memorial Park, 350 S. McPherrin Ave., Monterey Park. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Steve Scauzillo covers public health, environment and green transportation for the Southern California News Group. He’s a recipient of the Aldo Leopold Award for Distinguished Editorial Writing. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @stevscaz or email him at sscauzillo@scng.com.
19 Apr 19
Daily Breeze
I once wrote in this space that Earth Day should be abolished. A holiday to assuage our guilt over polluting the earth? It’s like Grandparents’ Day, invented by Hallmark so we could send a card and maybe place a phone call and stop feeling guilty about not reaching out to nanna and papa. Until next year. But not everyone lives this stuff day-in, day-out like I do. Some of you might take this time — it’s now called Earth Month — to do something for the planet either by yourself or with a family member or friend. I would suggest if you do, come back with one practice you will carry on for the whole year. That will really make a difference. Here’s a list of some Earth Day events yet-to-come that expose you to the glut of atrocities we’ve committed against Mother Earth, God’s creation. Can we be woke about this? The biggest issue being global climate change, which is already altering our planet’s weather and will make it unlivable for our children and grandchildren unless we do something about it. So I’m calling it Saving the Earth Day. Here are some events you may want to attend: Saturday, April 20: Bring unwanted, gently used clothes to the Loupilou fashion pop-up shop and give them a second life from 10 a.m. to  6 p.m. They will be donated to the Downtown Women’s Center. (yes, re-use is one of the 3 Rs). Bryck & Mortar, 13050 San Vicente Blvd., No. 209, Los Angeles. Sunday, April 21: Great East Hollywood Earth Day Cleanup from 9 a.m. to noon, 4810 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles. Monday, April 22: Go on a hike at 9 a.m. from Edison Trails Park, 1600 S. Garfield Ave., Monterey Park, 91755. The hike is in support of Rep. Judy Chu, D-Pasadena’s efforts to expand the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument to the San Gabriel River. Chu will speak at 10 a.m. at La Loma Park, 1950 Fulton Ave., Monterey Park. Monday, April 22:  “Farm to Yarn” documentary and panel discussion on farming organic cotton from India at 5 p.m. at Volcom, 1740 Monrovia Ave., Costa Mesa Monday, April 22: Metrolink and L.A. Metro are offering free rides all day. Riding a bus or train can be the most effective individual practice for reducing your household greenhouse gas inventory. Every year, Metrolink riders in total reduce greenhouse gases by 120,000 metric tons. Saturday, April 27 [cq comment=”April 27″]: Plant native trees at 8:30 a.m. at Ascot Hills Park, 4371 Multnomah St., Los Angeles. Sponsored by North East Trees. Wear sturdy shoes, long pants, gloves and a hat. Saturday, April 27: Help researchers from the L.A. County Natural History Museum and the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium find coastal marine life in the tide pools at 10:15 a.m at Point Fermin, San Pedro. Data collected is part of the City Nature Challenge. Meet at aquarium front steps, 3720 Stephen M. White Drive, San Pedro, then walk to tide pools. Saturday, April 27: Plant a tree from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Sun Valley Recreation Center, 8133 Vineland Ave., Sun Valley. Saturday, April 27: Have paper? Don’t just throw it out. Shred it. A free shredding truck will be on hand at the Neighborhood Council Valley Village Earth Day Shredding Event from 9 a.m. to noon. Used batteries and light bulbs are also being collected, so they don’t end up in landfills and pollute the ground water. Valley Village Park, 5000 Westpark Drive, North Hollywood. Saturday, April 27: Take a family-friendly, 5.4-mile community bike ride from 9 to 11:30 a.m.with Active San Gabriel Valley and the Monterey Park Environmental Commission. You can register at the event starting at 7 a.m. Barnes Memorial Park, 350 S. McPherrin Ave., Monterey Park. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Steve Scauzillo covers public health, environment and green transportation for the Southern California News Group. He’s a recipient of the Aldo Leopold Award for Distinguished Editorial Writing. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @stevscaz or email him at sscauzillo@scng.com.
19 Apr 19
Pasadena Star News
I once wrote in this space that Earth Day should be abolished. A holiday to assuage our guilt over polluting the earth? It’s like Grandparents’ Day, invented by Hallmark so we could send a card and maybe place a phone call and stop feeling guilty about not reaching out to nanna and papa. Until next year. But not everyone lives this stuff day-in, day-out like I do. Some of you might take this time — it’s now called Earth Month — to do something for the planet either by yourself or with a family member or friend. I would suggest if you do, come back with one practice you will carry on for the whole year. That will really make a difference. Here’s a list of some Earth Day events yet-to-come that expose you to the glut of atrocities we’ve committed against Mother Earth, God’s creation. Can we be woke about this? The biggest issue being global climate change, which is already altering our planet’s weather and will make it unlivable for our children and grandchildren unless we do something about it. So I’m calling it Saving the Earth Day. Here are some events you may want to attend: Saturday, April 20: Bring unwanted, gently used clothes to the Loupilou fashion pop-up shop and give them a second life from 10 a.m. to  6 p.m. They will be donated to the Downtown Women’s Center. (yes, re-use is one of the 3 Rs). Bryck & Mortar, 13050 San Vicente Blvd., No. 209, Los Angeles. Sunday, April 21: Great East Hollywood Earth Day Cleanup from 9 a.m. to noon, 4810 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles. Monday, April 22: Go on a hike at 9 a.m. from Edison Trails Park, 1600 S. Garfield Ave., Monterey Park, 91755. The hike is in support of Rep. Judy Chu, D-Pasadena’s efforts to expand the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument to the San Gabriel River. Chu will speak at 10 a.m. at La Loma Park, 1950 Fulton Ave., Monterey Park. Monday, April 22:  “Farm to Yarn” documentary and panel discussion on farming organic cotton from India at 5 p.m. at Volcom, 1740 Monrovia Ave., Costa Mesa Monday, April 22: Metrolink and L.A. Metro are offering free rides all day. Riding a bus or train can be the most effective individual practice for reducing your household greenhouse gas inventory. Every year, Metrolink riders in total reduce greenhouse gases by 120,000 metric tons. Saturday, April 27 [cq comment=”April 27″]: Plant native trees at 8:30 a.m. at Ascot Hills Park, 4371 Multnomah St., Los Angeles. Sponsored by North East Trees. Wear sturdy shoes, long pants, gloves and a hat. Saturday, April 27: Help researchers from the L.A. County Natural History Museum and the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium find coastal marine life in the tide pools at 10:15 a.m at Point Fermin, San Pedro. Data collected is part of the City Nature Challenge. Meet at aquarium front steps, 3720 Stephen M. White Drive, San Pedro, then walk to tide pools. Saturday, April 27: Plant a tree from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Sun Valley Recreation Center, 8133 Vineland Ave., Sun Valley. Saturday, April 27: Have paper? Don’t just throw it out. Shred it. A free shredding truck will be on hand at the Neighborhood Council Valley Village Earth Day Shredding Event from 9 a.m. to noon. Used batteries and light bulbs are also being collected, so they don’t end up in landfills and pollute the ground water. Valley Village Park, 5000 Westpark Drive, North Hollywood. Saturday, April 27: Take a family-friendly, 5.4-mile community bike ride from 9 to 11:30 a.m.with Active San Gabriel Valley and the Monterey Park Environmental Commission. You can register at the event starting at 7 a.m. Barnes Memorial Park, 350 S. McPherrin Ave., Monterey Park. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Steve Scauzillo covers public health, environment and green transportation for the Southern California News Group. He’s a recipient of the Aldo Leopold Award for Distinguished Editorial Writing. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @stevscaz or email him at sscauzillo@scng.com.
19 Apr 19
SCNG
I once wrote in this space that Earth Day should be abolished. A holiday to assuage our guilt over polluting the earth? It’s like Grandparents’ Day, invented by Hallmark so we could send a card and maybe place a phone call and stop feeling guilty about not reaching out to nanna and papa. Until next year. But not everyone lives this stuff day-in, day-out like I do. Some of you might take this time — it’s now called Earth Month — to do something for the planet either by yourself or with a family member or friend. I would suggest if you do, come back with one practice you will carry on for the whole year. That will really make a difference. Here’s a list of some Earth Day events yet-to-come that expose you to the glut of atrocities we’ve committed against Mother Earth, God’s creation. Can we be woke about this? The biggest issue being global climate change, which is already altering our planet’s weather and will make it unlivable for our children and grandchildren unless we do something about it. So I’m calling it Saving the Earth Day. Here are some events you may want to attend: Saturday, April 20: Bring unwanted, gently used clothes to the Loupilou fashion pop-up shop and give them a second life from 10 a.m. to  6 p.m. They will be donated to the Downtown Women’s Center. (yes, re-use is one of the 3 Rs). Bryck & Mortar, 13050 San Vicente Blvd., No. 209, Los Angeles. Sunday, April 21: Great East Hollywood Earth Day Cleanup from 9 a.m. to noon, 4810 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles. Monday, April 22: Go on a hike at 9 a.m. from Edison Trails Park, 1600 S. Garfield Ave., Monterey Park, 91755. The hike is in support of Rep. Judy Chu, D-Pasadena’s efforts to expand the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument to the San Gabriel River. Chu will speak at 10 a.m. at La Loma Park, 1950 Fulton Ave., Monterey Park. Monday, April 22:  “Farm to Yarn” documentary and panel discussion on farming organic cotton from India at 5 p.m. at Volcom, 1740 Monrovia Ave., Costa Mesa Monday, April 22: Metrolink and L.A. Metro are offering free rides all day. Riding a bus or train can be the most effective individual practice for reducing your household greenhouse gas inventory. Every year, Metrolink riders in total reduce greenhouse gases by 120,000 metric tons. Saturday, April 27 [cq comment=”April 27″]: Plant native trees at 8:30 a.m. at Ascot Hills Park, 4371 Multnomah St., Los Angeles. Sponsored by North East Trees. Wear sturdy shoes, long pants, gloves and a hat. Saturday, April 27: Help researchers from the L.A. County Natural History Museum and the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium find coastal marine life in the tide pools at 10:15 a.m at Point Fermin, San Pedro. Data collected is part of the City Nature Challenge. Meet at aquarium front steps, 3720 Stephen M. White Drive, San Pedro, then walk to tide pools. Saturday, April 27: Plant a tree from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Sun Valley Recreation Center, 8133 Vineland Ave., Sun Valley. Saturday, April 27: Have paper? Don’t just throw it out. Shred it. A free shredding truck will be on hand at the Neighborhood Council Valley Village Earth Day Shredding Event from 9 a.m. to noon. Used batteries and light bulbs are also being collected, so they don’t end up in landfills and pollute the ground water. Valley Village Park, 5000 Westpark Drive, North Hollywood. Saturday, April 27: Take a family-friendly, 5.4-mile community bike ride from 9 to 11:30 a.m.with Active San Gabriel Valley and the Monterey Park Environmental Commission. You can register at the event starting at 7 a.m. Barnes Memorial Park, 350 S. McPherrin Ave., Monterey Park. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Steve Scauzillo covers public health, environment and green transportation for the Southern California News Group. He’s a recipient of the Aldo Leopold Award for Distinguished Editorial Writing. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @stevscaz or email him at sscauzillo@scng.com.
19 Apr 19
Daily Bulletin
I once wrote in this space that Earth Day should be abolished. A holiday to assuage our guilt over polluting the earth? It’s like Grandparents’ Day, invented by Hallmark so we could send a card and maybe place a phone call and stop feeling guilty about not reaching out to nanna and papa. Until next year. But not everyone lives this stuff day-in, day-out like I do. Some of you might take this time — it’s now called Earth Month — to do something for the planet either by yourself or with a family member or friend. I would suggest if you do, come back with one practice you will carry on for the whole year. That will really make a difference. Here’s a list of some Earth Day events yet-to-come that expose you to the glut of atrocities we’ve committed against Mother Earth, God’s creation. Can we be woke about this? The biggest issue being global climate change, which is already altering our planet’s weather and will make it unlivable for our children and grandchildren unless we do something about it. So I’m calling it Saving the Earth Day. Here are some events you may want to attend: Saturday, April 20: Bring unwanted, gently used clothes to the Loupilou fashion pop-up shop and give them a second life from 10 a.m. to  6 p.m. They will be donated to the Downtown Women’s Center. (yes, re-use is one of the 3 Rs). Bryck & Mortar, 13050 San Vicente Blvd., No. 209, Los Angeles. Sunday, April 21: Great East Hollywood Earth Day Cleanup from 9 a.m. to noon, 4810 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles. Monday, April 22: Go on a hike at 9 a.m. from Edison Trails Park, 1600 S. Garfield Ave., Monterey Park, 91755. The hike is in support of Rep. Judy Chu, D-Pasadena’s efforts to expand the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument to the San Gabriel River. Chu will speak at 10 a.m. at La Loma Park, 1950 Fulton Ave., Monterey Park. Monday, April 22:  “Farm to Yarn” documentary and panel discussion on farming organic cotton from India at 5 p.m. at Volcom, 1740 Monrovia Ave., Costa Mesa Monday, April 22: Metrolink and L.A. Metro are offering free rides all day. Riding a bus or train can be the most effective individual practice for reducing your household greenhouse gas inventory. Every year, Metrolink riders in total reduce greenhouse gases by 120,000 metric tons. Saturday, April 27 [cq comment=”April 27″]: Plant native trees at 8:30 a.m. at Ascot Hills Park, 4371 Multnomah St., Los Angeles. Sponsored by North East Trees. Wear sturdy shoes, long pants, gloves and a hat. Saturday, April 27: Help researchers from the L.A. County Natural History Museum and the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium find coastal marine life in the tide pools at 10:15 a.m at Point Fermin, San Pedro. Data collected is part of the City Nature Challenge. Meet at aquarium front steps, 3720 Stephen M. White Drive, San Pedro, then walk to tide pools. Saturday, April 27: Plant a tree from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Sun Valley Recreation Center, 8133 Vineland Ave., Sun Valley. Saturday, April 27: Have paper? Don’t just throw it out. Shred it. A free shredding truck will be on hand at the Neighborhood Council Valley Village Earth Day Shredding Event from 9 a.m. to noon. Used batteries and light bulbs are also being collected, so they don’t end up in landfills and pollute the ground water. Valley Village Park, 5000 Westpark Drive, North Hollywood. Saturday, April 27: Take a family-friendly, 5.4-mile community bike ride from 9 to 11:30 a.m.with Active San Gabriel Valley and the Monterey Park Environmental Commission. You can register at the event starting at 7 a.m. Barnes Memorial Park, 350 S. McPherrin Ave., Monterey Park. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Steve Scauzillo covers public health, environment and green transportation for the Southern California News Group. He’s a recipient of the Aldo Leopold Award for Distinguished Editorial Writing. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @stevscaz or email him at sscauzillo@scng.com.
19 Apr 19
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