Tag: Culture

Carnivals, Documentaries, and Congo

By Sheril Kirshenbaum | April 7, 2009 1:36 pm

1) Update from Congo: The virus affecting bonobos is making headlines around the world.  As reported last week, they have been suffering from a mysterious flu and I’m glad word is getting out.  The worst seems to be over, but please consider making a donation to Lola ya bonobo sanctuary where orphans desperately need food and medical care.

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2) Deep Sea News is now hosting the 23rd edition of Carnival of the Blue.  Meanwhile, over at Living the Scientific Life (Scientist Interrupted), you’ll find the inaugural post for Scientia Pro Publica (Science for the People).  Each carnival has a terrific mix of featured posts from bloggers across the internet and The Intersection has contributed to both… Go take a look!

3) Next week kicks off the first annual Environmental Film Festival at YaleThe event showcases cutting-edge documentaries and short films to raise awareness of current environmental issues. The line-up looks very interesting and is free and open to the public.  Those in New Haven should check it out…  

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