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Artist Maya Lin remembers what is missing

Maya Lin is hopeful about the future, probably more so than most humans are. Her flat delivery of statistics at her lecture on environmental issues at the David Brower Center on Monday wasn’t intended to depress us into throwing up our arms and asking why we even try. Instead, her
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Snapshots of a blighted future at David Brower Center

The combined works of photographer Richard Misrach and landscape architect Kate Orff in The David Brower Center’s exhibition of “Petrochemical America” portray a haunting reflection on the destruction caused by industrial growth in America. Focusing on the polluted stretch of the Mississippi River between Baton Rouge and New Orleans, the
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Earth Day

What to do for Earth Day in the East Bay

Get ready to soak in the sun this weekend as Earth Day marks its 43rd birthday. This year’s eco-friendly celebrations are packed with festivities taking place here at Cal and all around the Bay Area. The Clog is super psyched to share this list of all things all-natural, biodegradable, carbon-neutral,
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Berkeley proud and LOUD at Pride celebration Sunday

Berkeley City Councilmember Kriss Worthington, community leaders and residents celebrated Berkeley Pride 2011 Sunday at the David Brower Center with an evening of musical and theatrical performances and video presentations by members of the LGBT community.

Asian Horror Cinema and beyond

Who says that horror film has no place in scholastic discourse? On October 7th and 8th, Friday and Saturday, UC Berkeley will host an academic symposium entitled “Asian Horror Cinema and Beyond” at the David Brower Center (2150 Allston Way at Oxford). The event organizers are Miri Nakamura, assistant professor
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