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Interview: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. on ‘Uninsurable’ Nuke Energy Industry, BrightSource Solar Project

June 22, 2011 | 2:17 pm

Interview: Robert F. Kennedy Jr. on ‘Uninsurable’ Nuke Energy Industry, BrightSource Solar Project

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Last week, KQED Climate Watch‘s Gretchen Weber did a phone interview with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., a senior attorney for the Natural Resources Defense Council. Kennedy had just appeared on KQED’s Forum radio program to talk about The Last Mountain, a documentary about the effects of coal mining in Appalachia. Weber asked Kennedy about the […]

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Bet You Can’t Tell Difference Between a Duck, a Goose, an Elk and 15-Year-Old Greg Hubbell, Jr.

March 8, 2011 | 1:32 pm

Bet You Can’t Tell Difference Between a Duck, a Goose, an Elk and 15-Year-Old Greg Hubbell, Jr.

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As we reported yesterday, 15-year-old Greg Hubbell, Jr. from Belmont recently won his fifth World Wildlife Calling Championship, giving him the world title in five — count ‘em five — species; his youth and animalistic verisimilitude making him a sort of combination Doogie Howser / Doctor Dolittle. KQED News producer Molly Samuel and news intern […]

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March 7, 2011 | 11:08 am

Videos: Belmont Teen is Champion Wildlife Caller

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The San Mateo County Times published a report today about Greg Hubbell, Jr., a 15-year-old “wildlife caller.” Last month, Hubbell “won his 5th World Wildlife Calling Championship …at the 2011 World Swan Calling Championships in North Carolina, making him the current world titleholder for five species. He’s the only person to have held more than […]

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January 17, 2011 | 9:00 am

Free Admission at Museum of the African Diaspora Today

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In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, there will be free admission from noon to 5 p.m. at the Museum of the African Diaspora, at 685 Mission and Third in San Francisco, right next to the King Day celebration at Yerba Buena Gardens. Special activities and programs at the museum abound….

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