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Issue #11 [Apr. 17th, 2007|09:14 am]
The Green Room
greenroomdawn
[Current Location |home]
[mood |pleasedpleased]
[music |Everybody Hurts -- R.E.M.]

Those who read my other journal saw the announcement yesterday. The April 15th issue is now up and running and ready for your perusal. This month's main feature is a profile on David Suzuki. We've also included articles about Ecosexualism, Earth Day, and of course some great music content including reviews (Guster and Matt Wertz) and an interview with Pilot Speed.

Take a look. As always, we welcome your feedback - here or via e-mail.



Thanks!
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March ahead! [Mar. 15th, 2007|12:39 pm]
The Green Room
greenroomdawn
[Current Location |home]
[mood |excitedexcited]
[music |Kings and Queens -- Aerosmith]

It's the 15th, and time to go check out the newest issue of The Green Room. It's our biggest issue yet, with our BNL triple feature along with a number of articles including ZAP cars, green cities, and a discussion of DST.


Check us out!
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New issue! [Feb. 19th, 2007|06:02 pm]
The Green Room
greenroomoliver
[music |Barenaked Ladies]

Dear readers,

The February issue of The Green Room went live on the 15th, featuring an interview with State Radio's Chad Stokes!

Additional features include a look at HRH Prince Charles' visit to New York City to accept the Global Environmental Citizen award, some problems with plastic packaging, and a view of the digital music revolution, plus our regular news and reviews.

Hope to see you all here!
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Oops! (Belated issue announcement.) [Jan. 17th, 2007|08:58 am]
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greenroomdawn
[mood |pleasedpleased]

Hopefully some of you noticed on your own, but the 15th has come and gone. As such, there is a new issue up and waiting for perusal. In it, you'll find our new photo gallery! You'll also find articles on sustainable shopping and green-minded businesses, our Best of 2006 feature, and an interview with Stars of Track and Field!

Check it out!

Sorry for the delay in announcement!
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Change in issue dates [Dec. 27th, 2006|03:05 pm]
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greenroomdawn
Just a heads-up to our readers: starting in 2007, The Green Room will no longer be available on the 1st of the month. Instead, new issues will go live on the 15th of every month.

Thanks for reading!

- D


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Last issue of the year! [Dec. 1st, 2006|12:46 pm]
The Green Room
greenroomdawn
[mood |pleasedpleased]
[music |Everything is Free -- Gillian Welch]

Check out this month's issue, featuring Imogen Heap, and articles about the polar ice cap and how to live a greener life.

We exceeded our monthly goal for November by around 100 hits, and are now well above the 3K mark we'd hoped to acheive by this point. Our reader base is growing, and it's wonderful to see! Thank you all for all your advertising and assistance!

Enjoy the December issue, and have a great month!
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#6! [Nov. 1st, 2006|12:05 pm]
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greenroomdawn
We've made it through half a year now!

This month's issue features interviews with The Flaming Lips, Glen Phillips and Stephen Kellogg & the Sixers, along with 3 show reviews, a review of The Decemberists' most recent CD, and November-themed green topics.

Check us out!
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(no subject) [Oct. 3rd, 2006|09:23 am]
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greenroomdawn
Our October issue went up on the 1st, featuring The Hush Sound as our cover artist for the month.

Other articles include a look at the Green Party as an option in the November 7 midterm elections, who's doing what in the music world for environmental causes, and the full scoop on Ben Folds' upcoming album Supersunnyspeedgraphic, the LP!

Check us out at http://www.greenroommag.org.
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Let's keep those numbers rising! [Sep. 7th, 2006|05:24 pm]
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greenroomdawn
[mood |excitedexcited]

I just looked at our hit counter for the month, and we're over 1,900 hits now. Before the month is out, we'll almost definitely have gone beyond 2000 hits since our inception in June, and this month could be a record month for us.

You can help by getting the word out. If we've covered a favorite band, or discussed an issue about which you are passionate, or if you just like what you've read and want to lend us your support, spread the word! Advertise us on your journal or website, tell your friends (and send them here, too), buy our merchandise, and just generally get people hearing the Green Room name! :)

And if there's a particular artist or environmental issue you think we should feature, let us know that too. We're always interested in feedback, here or by e-mail.

Thanks for reading, and helping us spread our message!
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Welcome to September! [Sep. 1st, 2006|10:47 am]
The Green Room
greenroomdawn
Once again, a new month means a new issue!

This month, check out our feature on Guster (including show review and pre-show interview) and advance review of Carbon Leaf's upcoming album.

Also see our stories on global warming and eco-fashion.

These articles and more can be found at http://www.greenroommag.org
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