This Rod Serling character showed up at the end of my adventurous dream this morning and just before the credits roll he says, “May the days be gone and the nights forlorn.” I thought it would make a good motto for an AMC film noir week or something.
Saturday, October 27, 2012
4:00pm until 11:00pm
Bregamos Community Theater, 491 Blatchley Ave, New Haven
Come one come all to the parade and party!
Wear a costume, bring an instrument to play, decorate your bike, or just come!
There will be giant puppets, live salsa & cumbia music, Latin American food & hot chocolate.
Donations accepted at the door.
Vengan todos al desfile y la fiesta!
Lleva un disfraz, lleva un instrumento para tocar, adorna tu bicicleta.
Habrá títeres gigantes y cirqueros, música en vivo, comida latinoamericana y chocolate.
Evento gratuito. Se aceptan donaciones.
Rain date / fecha en caso de que llueva: November 3
For more info or to volunteer / Para mayor información o para ser voluntario en el Carnaval
(203) 479-2959 (203) 606-3484
The state’s latest grab for Marcellus Shale money could turn some colleges into industrial zones.
—By Sydney Brownstone
Last year, when Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett suggested offsetting college tuition fees by leasing parts of state-owned college campuses to natural gas drillers, more than a few Pennsylvanians were left blinking and rubbing their eyes. But it was no idle threat: After quietly moving through the state Senate and House, this week the governor signed into law a bill that opens up 14 of the state’s public universities to fracking, oil drilling, and coal mining on campus.
For more on this story, visit: Pennsylvania Fracking Law Opens Up Drilling on College Campuses | Mother Jones.