Jun 17th, 2014 by Last Night's Garbage | Comments Off
‘First Friday’ to be Held Tonight in town center Libertyville
Come town center on friday, dec.Dine at one of the many restaurants or stop for a holiday cup of cheer it’s a perfect way to start the evening.Then stroll the shops where the owners will be on hand to aid the perfect gift.
Ariazi salon and spa might be hosting its first annual holiday open house with music, raffles and retail discounts.Everybody loves chocolate stop by rocky mountain chocolate factory for the gift that pleases everyone and receive a free chocolate bar with purchase.
Valet parking is accessible to all shoppers and diners at the west side parking lot behind 545 and chili u.Free parking is available too in the covered parking garage.Join Pandora Bracelets Canada in the parties close to home and support your local businesses!
Here a peek at what planned for first friday dec.7:
Improv playhouse a wonderful life performance recently
Serendipity/latitude selling stuffers hostess gifts to please, diamonds, neckties etc
Casa bonita tequila date!
Yo froot caf providing egg nog yogurt stop in for dessert
Ohio, olive!Packages galore!Buy 3 oil soaps, obtain 1 free.Help you save you 5.00 on 5 spice recipes or rubs!Galena garlic flavorful blends 5 for 30
Ariazi salon spa 1st commemoration open house!Remain in for food, wine beverage raffles
Trattoria pomigliano free glass of vino w/dinner plus dinner live live theatre package w/improv
Chili u chili u first friday dinner specials holiday drinks!
Curtis frame back alley gallery drinks art pick out that unique gift!
Rocky mountain chocolate factory free candy bar with purchase at the chocolate factory and rotary officials with free raffle tickets
Singalila gallery trunk show jen cornell earrings
Rolland jewelry expert http://www.milagrofilms.ca/ holiday hours, free pandora ornament w/$125 pandora purchase enter the chance to win a experience music by paul lipson, $2 3 sodas, $3 4 vintages along w/organic food
Can be first friday will be the last for the season.First fridays in 2013 will become on march 1, 2013.
Oct 20th, 2009 by Last Night's Garbage | Comments Off
Countries, such as Japan and the member nations of the European Union, have laws that regulate e-waste disposal. Internationally, the Basel Convention treaty restricts the export of hazardous waste from developed countries to developing countries.
In the U.S., there are no federal regulations or legislation that specifically addresses e-waste disposal. There are, however, a handful of state laws dealing with the issue. Currently Arkansas, California, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota and Washington have passed regulations governing the disposal and/or recycle of electronic waste.
On January 1, 2005, California enacted pioneering legislation to implement an electronic waste recovery and recycling program modeled after the European Economic Union’s Product Stewardship Initiative. The intent of SB 20 was to provide cost-free recycling opportunities for consumers, to reduce/prevent illegal dumping of electronic waste (and reduction in e-waste “stockpiling”), and to decrease the hazardous materials entering the municipal solid waste (MSW) stream.
Read a state by state list and brief overview of the major e-waste recycling legislation that has been passed in other states.
Sep 23rd, 2009 by Last Night's Garbage | 1 Comment »
Jason Schwartzman (”Funny People”) stars in this weirdly funny new comedy, as Jonathan, a writer still suffering because his girlfriend dumped him; she thinks he drinks too much and smokes too much pot. (He does.) He’s struggling to finish a second novel – so to distract himself, he runs an ad on Craigslist, offering himself as an unlicensed private eye, which leads to bizarre adventures. Schwartzman is delicious as the central character and he’s got great support – Ted Danson as the editor of the magazine where Jonathan sometimes works, and Zack Galifianakis as his best friend, a comic-book artist in a hen-pecked relationship. You’ll be laughing, not bored.
From Star Magazine
Watch the first episode at Fancast
Sep 2nd, 2009 by Last Night's Garbage | Comments Off
Apple’s commitment to being a responsible environmental citizen includes working to ensure that electronic equipment is properly disposed of at the end of its useful life. Apple’s free computer and iPod recycling programs in the US make it easy for consumers to help protect the environment. Apple customers in the US have several options for recycling their used iPods, systems, and displays.
Apple has expanded its successful recycling program, offering free computer takeback and recycling with the purchase of a new Mac. US customers who buy a new Mac through the Apple Store or Apple’s retail stores will receive free shipping and environmentally friendly disposal of their old computer.
Learn more about Apple’s Recycling Program
Sep 29th, 2008 by Last Night's Garbage | Comments Off
There’s nothing left to say. They’ve exhausted all the usual pleasantries. What do you do? Where do you live? The haze of five pints of Guinness is thicker than Al anticipated. But what does he really care? His Yankees hat sits a little crooked on his head, showing off his drunken naiveté. Jenna stands there, holding a warm beer on a two hundred year old cobblestone street as the pitter-patter of the rain falls onto the canvas tents above. Neither one understands the seriousness of a recently shattered Wall Street just a stones throw away. And neither has had one bivalve all day at the Oyster Festival.
None of that really matters to them though, because this moment and their upper-middle class lives are unaffected by their environment.
“Have you ever had an oyster?” Jenna asks.
“Never. I heard they are an aphrodisiac.”
“Why don’t you get us some?”
May 29th, 2008 by Last Night's Garbage | Comments Off
What could have been: Anne-Marie Franco. Conceived Wednesday, May 28, 2008. Born February 22, 2009.
She always had the most spunk of any kid on the block, so why would it be a surprise that she is the fastest little sperm to get to the egg? Because of Ann-Marie’s increased intellect, she becomes the youngest person to solve the Rubik’s Cube at the young age of two. Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall, her nose is always buried in a book. In less than 36 hours, Anne-Marie devoured the 15th in the series, Harry Potter and the Claudicant Wand. Top of her class, captain of the volleyball team, valedictorian, killer graduation speech. Anne-Marie becomes the first woman to be Editor-In-Chief of the Yale Daily and at the same time, the captain of the Yale Glee Club and Debate Team. But that’s not it for this little politico. She rises up in the ranks of the Student Government and is soon propelled to Washington, DC after graduation.
After failure after failure of women presidential candidates, Anne-Marie has positioned herself to be the first. And so, on January 20, 2053 at the tender age of 43, Anne-Marie Franco is sworn in and becomes the first woman president.