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“Nature Matrix: New and Selected Essays” with Robert Michael Pyle (Virtual Event)  - This free online event is part of the Nature of Writing Series run in partnership with Village Books and the North Cascades Institute. Nature Matrix: New and Selected Essays contains sixteen pieces that encompass the philosophy, ethic, and aesthetic of Robert Michael Pyle. The essays range from Pyle’s experience as a young national park ranger in the Sierra Nevada to the streets of Manhattan; from the suburban jungle to the tangles of the written word; and from the phenomenon of Bigfoot to that of the Big Year—a personal exercise in extreme birding and butterflying. They include deep profiles of John Jacob Astor I and Vladimir Nabokov, as well as excursions into wild places with teachers, children, and writers. The nature of real wilderness in modern times comes under Pyle’s lens, as does reconsideration of his trademark concept, “the extinction of experience”—maybe the greatest threat of alienation from the living world that we face today. Nature Matrix shows a way back toward possible integration with the world, as it plumbs the range and depth of experience in one lucky life lived in close connection to the physical earth and its denizens. This collection brings together the thoughts and hopes of one of our most widely read and respected natural philosophers as he seeks to summarize a life devoted to conservation. Robert Michael Pyle is the author of fourteen books, including Sky Time in Gray's River, Chasing Monarchs, Where Bigfoot Walks, and Wintergreen, which won the John Burroughs Medal. A Yale–trained ecologist and a Guggenheim fellow, he is a full–time writer living in southwestern Washington.
At Village Books Crowdcast Channel, Bellingham, WA
Thu 5/20/21 at 7pm-8pm
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WWU Spring Drive-In: But I'm a Cheerleader  - The WWU Spring Drive-In is coming up on Friday, May 14th at 9 PM at the Lincoln Creek Park and Ride! Come see the hilarious cult classic But I’m a Cheerleader, starring Natasha Lyonne, Clea Duvall, Michelle Williams, and RuPaul. In this 90s queer comedy, a teenage cheerleader is sent to a religious summer camp when her conservative parents and friends suspect her of being a lesbian. From there, she embarks on a journey of romance, self-discovery, and learning to accept herself for who she truly is. But I’m a Cheerleader will be preceded by a short film from Cascadia Women’s International Film Festival. The cost of admission is only $5 for Western students and $20 for the general public. [and that ticket is good for TWO people!]
At Lincoln Creek Transportation Center, Bellingham, WA
Fri 5/14/21 at 9pm-12am
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