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  • Mitchell Berger: attorney, longtime Democratic activist, including senior advisor to the Al Gore 2000 Campaign

    Mitchell Berger: attorney, longtime Democratic activist, including senior advisor to the Al  Gore 2000 Campaign
      Q: You are well known for being involved in Democratic politics. What are you doing now? I stay involved. I'm politically active, giving time and money to various causes. I'm helping Gov. Charlie Crist run for governor. I did the first fundraiser...
  • Games for Change goes mainstream with the help of Tribeca Film Festival

    The Games for Change Festival is changing thanks to a last-minute partnership with the Tribeca Film Festival. The more than decade-long annual game festival, seen by some as the Sundance of video games, is both narrowing the focus of its presentation...
  • Politics as Usual

    A mud ball's gaseous odor As predicted by political insiders, state Treasurer Rob McCord was the first Democrat to run a TV attack ad against one of the other Democrats running for governor in the May 20 primary. It started Thursday. In the 30-second...
  • Chelsea Clinton on Producing Her First Film 'Of Many'

    Could Chelsea Clinton follow in Al Gore's footsteps and take her new documentary all the way to the Oscars? Clinton, 34, is the executive producer of the documentary short "Of Many," about the friendship between a New York rabbi and an imam, which...
  • Palm Beach Green Issue events

    April 19-20 What's Your Carbon Footprint and How Can You Reduce It? The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Boca Raton Environmental scientist and Lake Worth City Commissioner Christopher McVoy will teach guests about the sustainability of different...
  • Assistant editor's column: Blue people, green planet

    When I think about the term "green," I think of trees, recycling, the crayon color, polar bears, melting ice caps, Vice President Al Gore and "Avatar"- yes, that James Cameron film about the blue people that finally dethroned "Titanic" as the highest...
  • Earth Day spills out into neighborhoods

    With Earth Day on April 22 and green living gaining momentum, festivals on both weekends want to inform and still have fun activities to attract a new generation. Fifty organizations are coming together for the two-day Florida Earth Festival 2014, with...
  • How to prepare for the coming 'blood moon' apocalypse

    Stayed up well past my bedtime Monday night to catch the “blood moon.” Wish I would’ve known that it was a sign of the apocalypse — I might have lingered a little longer. What’s that? You didn’t know either? That&...
  • Climate change gets the blockbuster treatment on Showtime

    Climate change gets the blockbuster treatment on Showtime
    Clad in a military-style flight suit and aviator shades, Harrison Ford walks across a sunny tarmac and climbs into a fighter jet and takes off. Soon, he's soaring 5,000 feet above California. Ford is not starring as the hero of a summer blockbuster...
  • Paul Ryan rehashes an old Social Security lie--at your expense

    There should be a rule--or even a law--that politicians who propose "fixes" to Social Security should at least show they know something about the program. By that standard, House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., would flunk. What's worse,...
  • 'Sharknado 2' tackles climate change on and off screen

    'Sharknado 2' tackles climate change on and off screen
    The director and some cast members of "Sharknado 2: The Second One" appeared on stage in a Pasadena hotel on Tuesday to preview the upcoming airborne shark sequel and touched on a very serious topic: climate change. Whoever could have predicted that Ian...
  • Stanford's new school for aspiring retirees to mold satisfying second careers

    SAN JOSE, Calif. Stanford University is looking for a new kind of student: proven leaders, with 20 to 30 years of work experience, seeking to reinvent their futures. A small experiment launched this week offers older students the opportunity not to...