Her new book, which People Magazine deemed 'laugh out loud' funny, You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up: a love story, is a comic memoir about marriage that contains accounts of both her successes and failures in her attempts to make her family and community more environmentally friendly, a subject Annabelle regularly speaks about to university students and civic organizations around the country. Just in time for Earth Day, Annabelle hopes to inspire and entertain your listeners with her humorous look at "Going Green."
Earth Day began on April 22, 1970 and has been an important day ever since. It's a day to reflect on our planet, our environment and what we can do to help keep them healthy.
From the beginning, children and schools were approached to support the formation and continuation of this special day. And this makes sense! Children have the most important stake in keeping our planet healthy. They'll still be the caretakers long after their parents and grandparents have passed away.
Check out her fun Reduce, Recycle, Reuse songs!
A winter storm warning is in effect for most of Central Indiana.
Global civil rights icon Nelson Mandela, whose legacy is ending South African apartheid, has died.
The Indiana Department of Transportation and Indiana State Police say they're ready for the wintry weather conditions. Thursday's transition from mild temperatures and rain to freezing temperatures and snow made efforts more difficult.