There is one. It’s going on starting tonight or possibly last week at places all around DC. Website is here, and the list of movies (over 150 of them!) is here. They have a lot on food this year, plus some on Bhutan and water and dirt, and some are documentaries and some have characters and plots and elements of fiction. You can search what’s playing by day, and so many play each day that if you have an evening to kill you will likely find something interesting. I’m rather interested in “Last Call For Planet Earth“, which appears to be a series of interviews with architects and planners about how their work relates to the environment. It’s playing the same day as the Kite Festival on the Mall. Which is also going on the same time as the Cherry Festival. DC is going to be crowded, but as long as I get to see hundreds of kites in a blue sky, I don’t care.
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March 9th, hunh? Fancy that. But I’ve settled on a goal, finally: I’m going to work on eating my vegetables for the rest of the month. It’s good for me, it makes my mom happy, and it helps me out with the reducing carbonful meat products- plus, it forces me to cook a little. I have already thought of a new way to prepare salad greens! Now, I roll them in a tortilla, and have a tortilla and arugula wrap. It would probably taste better with some other stuff, but it’s fast, cheap, and it gets a whole lot of rabbit food in me, with no fuss.
I imagine there are better ways to go about that. In case you hadn’t noticed, I’m not really a cook. But I’ll tell you what vegetables I ate and how, day by day, and work on preparing them with more or less intricacy. So, new exciting recipes! I’d promise three a week, but I think we’re all wise enough to not believe that. As I am inspired, then.
Also, did you guys know there’s an environmental film festival going on in DC this month? Anybody want to go? I’m game for most stuff, except that one where you hear the guy get eaten by a bear.