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Tasty Bites 1.26.05
Event updates every week; more extensive edibles every so often



Events This Week

KPFA Free Speech Radio & Pacific Environment Present An Evening With David Suzuki
Fri, 1/28/05, 8:00pm
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater, 700 Howard St. in SF
$15 General, $12 Students and Seniors
Suzuki has been hailed as Canada's preeminent science broadcaster, globally respected environmental and civil rights activist, scientist, and lecturer, and voted the 5th "Greatest Canadian of All Time" in a 2004 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation poll.

In "The Economy or the Environment: A False Dichotomy," David Suzuki will explore how the trappings of our modern, industrial society have blinded us to the natural world on which we depend. It's undeniable that Earth's atmosphere and weather have changed; that air, water and soil are polluted on a large scale; that our oceans are depleted; and that species are disappearing. Many of us, living in cities, are unaware of the connection between these environmental threats and our own lives. Meanwhile, the forces of globalization render many of these connections invisible. Call: 415.978.2787 for more info.

Bay Area Environmental Education Resource Fair
Sat, 1/29/05, 10:00am - 4:00pm
Marin Civic Center, 3501 Civic Center Dr. in San Rafael; $7
100 exhibitors and numerous workshops for educators and parents with a special interest in wildlife, ecology, adventure, and much more. Discover the latest in classroom materials, environmental education programs, and field sites. Join in the fun. This event is specially designed for teachers, students, families, and all concerned about the environment we share. Info: 510-657-4847.

Mariquita Farm's 4th Annual Radicchio Dinner at Globe
Mon, 1/31/05, 6:00pm-11:00pm
Globe Restaurant, 290 Pacific Ave at Battery in SF;
4 courses: $49, exclusive of tax, tip, drinks
Andy of Mariquita Farm challenges Globe's Jason and Joseph each year to make a meal in January where every course includes radicchio. This year, Andy is also requesting goose on the menu, since last year several hungry geese landed in their radicchio field and ate most of the crop! Call Globe to make your reservation: 415-391-4132.

San Francisco Dine-About-Town
1/1/05-1/31/05; $21.95 for lunch and $31.95 for dinner
Last week of San Francisco’s annual January fiesta of affordability at a bounty of top restaurants.



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