Episode 230: The low cost of carbon neutrality, poetry from Shel Silverstein, a free-food forest near Atlanta, more amazing music from Chopin, and more…

Good News: Carbon neutrality by 2050 is not only achievable, it may only cost $1 per person, per day! Link HERE

The Good Word: A great short poem from the brilliance of Shel Silverstein.

Good To Know: The surprising origin of the name “Donkey Kong”…

Good News: The largest free-food forest in the U.S. is up and growing near Atlanta, Georgia. Learn more about it HERE

Wonderful World: The delights of the faux-Bavarian town of Leavenworth, a mere two-hour drive from Seattle! Link to a fun video HERE

Good Company: Spend a few minutes in the company of the clever and kind musical theater wunderkind, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Link HERE

Sounds Good: Wrapping up our week of Chopin with an incredible performance, by Lang-Lang, of his “Raindrop” Prelude in D-Flat Major, Link HERE

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