Monthly Archives: March 2008

Presentation on Green Energy at Brooklyn College

Prof. Robert Bell
Department of Economics
Brooklyn College of the City University of New York

will speak on:
The Green Bubble? Investing in Renewable Energy

Thursday, April 3, 2008
7:00 – 8:00 PM

Room 1310 Ingersoll Hall, Brooklyn College

A light supper will be provided.
Please RSVP, and direct questions to
Prof. Mark Kobrak, Department of Chemistry, Brooklyn College
(718) 951-5758,

Prof. Robert Bell, Ph.D., Professor of Management and Chairman of the Economics Department at Brooklyn College, is the author of THE GREEN BUBBLE—Waste into Wealth; the New Energy Revolution (in French: LA BULLE VERTE), published in Paris in 2007. He was also a featured speaker at the Fast 50 awards ceremony at the Paris Bourse (Stock Exchange), November 2007 and the inaugural speaker at the HEC-Deloitte Club of Energy and Finance, La Maison des polytechniciens, Paris, November 2007.

Look for more information and classes about renewable resources at online universities as well.

Cute Mexican Store On 5th Question

I lived in Park Slope a year ago for 3 years, there used to be this really cute Latin American/Mexican house wares Store on 5th (and President maybe) It was usually a woman running it. They sold Day of the Dead menageries, handmade textiles, tin ornaments, you get the gist. I know they closed before I moved but I bought beautiful glasses tumblers there with little Day of the Dead skulls etched onto and a signature that looks like Larson? They were a wedding gift for my husband that he adored. Now they are all broken.
Does anyone know the owner or the artist or even the store?
Long shot but I figure it can’t hurt. Thanks so much! My email is