One. First of all take our best congratulations on the International Solidarity Workers’ Day and best wishes of good Health, Happiness and Spring Mood. As nobody celebrates this day on the North-American continent, we picked up the e-card from the Russian site and offer it to your attention: Happy International Workers’ Solidarity Day!

LarainthewindTwo. North American Wind Energy Fast Facts: U.S. wind generating capacity, windygirlinstalled: 35,159 MW, growth in 2009: 39%; Canadian wind energy operating capacity, installed: 3,319 MW. There are now wind developments operating in every province, for the first time ever. (Alternative Sources Magazine, March/April, 2010). Look at the photos of two ladies to the right and to the left, nobody knows wind like they do.

Three. Presenting the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, a global meeting place calls for all Canadians to rise up, inspiring a future that includes all people, everywhere. “Until all of us have made it, none of us have made it”,  Dr. Rosemary Brown said.  From Canada.  For the world.  Go at

Four. Renowned Canadian sound poet Christian Bok performs from his seminal work “Eunoia” and offers a lightning-speed rendition of Kurt Schwitter’s “Ursonate”. Seattle vocalist Jessica Kenney performs contemporary renditions of Persian song , May 6, at 8 p.m.

Five. New York artist Shelley Hirsch creates story songs, paying musical respect to the eccentric American composer Jerry Hunt, and film composer Bernard Hermann (Citizen Kane, Psycho, Vertigo). Veda Hille will perform from an upcoming project of songs drawn from Craigslist postings, and more, May 7, at 8 p.m. (“The Globe and Mail”, Wednesday, April 28. 2010.

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