The Dreaming Tree Wines, a California wine brand from award-winning winemaker Sean McKenzie and musician Dave Matthews, is proud to announce it has hit $1 Million in charitable donations to environmental organizations The Wilderness Society and Living Lands & Waters in support of reforestation and conservation, a goal it set out to achieve six years ago when the brand was launched.
The Dreaming Tree began with a mission to create sustainably produced and packaged wines, as well as ensure that a portion of proceeds from every bottle purchased benefits organizations on the front lines of environmental conservation by planting trees and protecting the nation’s forests. “The more work we can do like this in towns and cities around the world, the more we can change the outcome of the future of those communities,” says The Dreaming Tree Wines co-conspirator Dave Matthews. “I really feel grateful that there are organizations like The Wilderness Society and Living Lands & Waters that can turn this into a reality.”
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Annie Wood, Eric Curtis, Liz Benham, Cameron Diskin, Peter Arpesella,
Matthew J Cates, Stephanie Erb, Phillip Estrada, Teresa Ganzel, Susie
Geiser, Jill K. Allen, Arthur Hanket, Hali Lula Hudson, Bill
Lippincott, DeLane Matthews, Erin Murphy, Brian Prisco, Mikul Robins,
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This is Opera Australia's most ambitious project ever, costing $11.5m with over 130 performers, 240 Opera Australia staff and 60 volunteers. Staged under the night sky and against the spectacular backdrop of the Sydney skyline, performers and audiences alike will be lit up nightly by this sparkling opera production complete with fireworks on five barges. Featuring Mardi-Gras-inspired costumes, the world's largest Chesterfield and a live orchestra housed on the water line, Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour is more than opera, it's an event. Already called the 'world-wide number #1 opera event of 2012' by The Guardian, it's set to dazzle 3000 people nightly, over its 3 week season. Directed by renowned US director Francesca Zambello and starring Australian sopranos Emma Matthews and Rachelle Durkin alternating in the role of Violetta, with two of the world's leading tenors, Italian, Gianluca Terranova and Korean, Ji-Min Park alternating as Alfredo. Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour: La Traviata opens 24 March 2012 with tickets from $85. www.operaonsydneyharbour.com.au
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Anvil Knitwear is a proud sponsor of Farm Aid 2011 whose mission is to build a vibrant family farm-centered system of agriculture in America. The concert will feature six exclusive Farm Aid designs on Anvil Knitwear t-shirts featuring Texas cotton from organic and transitional growers.
This year’s concert in Kansas City, Kan., at LIVESTRONG Sporting Park on Aug. 13 will feature Farm Aid t-shirts with Anvil’s Shirt Scan™ technology that allows concertgoers to view exclusive Farm Aid content, including documentary footage of Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp and Dave Matthews.
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Grant Matthews journeys to the Himalayas in search of an ancient mystery hidden in a remote monastery when he confronts a conspiracy of zealots who will kill to protect this secret that could transform the world's understanding of religion. Grant's life will change forever, if he survives. Learn about the book here, http://bit.ly/hvGZnq Learn about this author here, http://www.jeffreysmall.com Suspense/Thriller
In the face of the Gulf oil spill and in response to ongoing coastal restoration needs, the Women of the Storm, a non-partisan, grassroots organization formed in New Orleans and South Louisiana in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, announce today the launch of a campaign to Restore the Gulf.
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Dave Matthews discusses the band's new album, drops a few choice word bombs and talks about the band's upcoming show at NYC's Beacon Theatre. Tune into Fuse on June 1st at 9pm|8c for exclusive live and commercial free airing of the concert!