How would you win the Superbowl?

Though I currently reside in the Northeast, I don’t feel very invested in either of this year’s competing teams. Last year, I was much more interested in .  .  . Looking at my emotional reaction to the Superbowl for some reason this year every time I hear someone say Superbowl, I think of  .  .  . More

Prez hopeful Stein (G) stumps for Labor in Indiana Occupy Super Bowl Sunday & Ohio: Worker Coops, Not RTW

STEIN STUMPS FOR LABOR IN INDIANA, OHIO: SAYS WORKER COOPERATIVES, NOT RTW ARE THE WAY FORWARD FOR WORKING PEOPLE Dr. Jill Stein, Green Party presidential candidate, begins a three day tour of Indiana and Ohio today with a visit to the Evergreen Cooperatives in Cleveland, accompanied by Cleveland City Councilman and Green Party elected official Brian Cummins […]

2012 Long Island: Super Bowl poetry event

Come to The Walt Whitman Birthplace where Long Island Poetry Collective will host… Super Poem Sunday IV Sunday, February 5th, 2012! 1pm to 5pm Photos from last year’s event at our onthewilderside Flickr: here. In honor of both Super events, you can find a collection of Sports Poetry books here. Link to a collection of […]

Green Bay Packers Captain Charles Woodson Stands With Wisconsins Workers

STATEMENT FROM GREEN BAY PACKER CHARLES WOODSON IN SUPPORT OF WORKING FAMILIES IN WISCONSIN Last week I was proud when many of my current and former teammates announced their support for the working families fighting for their rights in Wisconsin. Today I am honored to join with them. Thousands of dedicated Wisconsin public workers provide […]

2011 Super Poems on Super Bowl Day!

2016 Super Poem Sunday event info is at the Walt Whitman Birthplace: here. ________________________ For links to Super Bowl poems click here and see more links at bottom of this post. ________________________ For 2012: Super Poem Sunday IV at Walt Whitman Birthplace in Huntington Sunday, Feb 5, 2012 at 1pm In honor of both Super […]

Vegan Super Bowl (via Part Time Vegan)

Whether or not you, too, are going to be saddened watching two other teams play in your favorite team’s stadium this Super Bowl Sunday, you can enjoy, feed and inspire your guests with a Vegan Super Bowl feast. Or, if you will be a guest this Super Bowl Sunday, bring along a couple of these awesome […]

Green Your Tailgate Party-Eco-friendly Super Bowl Tips (via Autonomie Project’s Blog)

Countdown to Super Bowl XLV has begun!  The most watched sporting event in the good ol’ USA takes place in only a few days. People around the country will be munching on bite sized treats, knocking back beers, and of course cheering on the Packers or Steelers.  Not only do people party in their own […]

Super Bowl/Who excitment shuts down Twitter

Saints shut down Colts and Twitter Technology can’t keep up with everything. Twitter could not keep up with a whole country worth of Who fans*, Superbowl watchers, and Super Bowl partiers (face it, some people just go for the chips!). Here is what I got when I tried to log in to Twitter at 9:52pm: […]

Superbowl Sunday, The Who on stage: In March, The Who’s “Tommy” on Long Island

Who videos at bottom of post… KW: Hurrah! I am so excited. I do not have a TV. And, I barely care about football. But, I just found out that The Who will be performing at the Superbowl halftime show. Super cool! And, they are supposedly playing a mash-up that includes “Pinball Wizard” and the […]

Dave Zirin on Super Bowl Fever in New Orleans and the Militarization of Sport’s Biggest Spectacle

via DemocracyNow.org: Sportswriter Dave Zirin, author of A People’s History of Sports in the United States, says the New Orleans Saints’ Super Bowl appearance—at least for the moment—is boosting spirits in New Orleans on a level unseen since Hurricane Katrina. Zirin also discusses pro athletes who have stood up for gay rights and how the […]

2010: Long Island Poetry Collective presents Super Poem Sunday

2011 Update: This year’s Super Poem Sunday at the Walt Whitman Birthplace will be Sunday, February 6, 2011 from 12pm to 4pm. Info: here. Please join the Long Island Poetry Collective for the second annual bout of Super Poem Sunday on February 7th, 2010!  Before going off to the same old boring Super Bowl party, […]

Punxsutawney Phil says: Six more weeks of winter (Three groundhog reports)

2011 update: Phil says “Early Spring!” See this year’s predictions from a few ground hogs at onthewilderside: here Important update for 2011: The Malverne Ground Hog Day event was canceled due to the weather. (Mel will call in his report!). Please check with organizers before heading out to Wednesday morning events. Update 2010: Phil says […]

LICSN Events and News Stories

Long Island Climate Solutions Network Events and News Stories The 9th Long Island Organic Turf Trade Show Tuesday February 26, 2008 at the Old Bethpage Village Restoration Conference Center in Bethpage , NY (about one hour from NY City) from 8am to 4:00pm. This unique Trade Show demonstrates to green industry professionals current “organic” methods […]

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