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Friday, October 17, 2014

Crittenden Hosts Dinner Presentation With Journalists on National Tour

Crittenden Hosts Dinner Presentation With Journalists on National Tour

 Melissa Troutman and Joshua Pribanic will present after a buffet dinner at
Crittenden in Coudersport, Saturday, October 25th. Photo by Public Herald.
The Crittenden Taproom in downtown Coudersport will host “Water Under The Bridge,” a dinner presentation by Public Herald co-founders Melissa Troutman and Joshua Pribanic, on Saturday, October 25th. A buffet dinner featuring local produce, vegetarian and gluten-free options will begin at 6:00 p.m. and the presentation starts at 7:00.
“We’ll be releasing public files that haven’t seen the light of day, including maps of important information for property owners and public officials alike,” said Pribanic.

Public Herald, a nonprofit for investigative journalism, was awarded a grant in April 2014 from Investigative News Network and The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation to tour their acclaimed documentary Triple Divide across the United States. The team screened 34 times in 13 states since June 20th.

Triple Divide, named after Potter County’s triple continental divide, is the result of a 22-month report on how unconventional oil and gas extraction — aka fracking — is being handled by industry and government. The filmmakers do not draw conclusions about fracking, but instead rely on facts, science and impacted residents to speak for themselves.

Tesla Motors provided their top model all-electric vehicle for the tour, allowing the journalists to travel 15,000 miles without gasoline. Troutman and Pribanic will have the car on hand for attendees to get into before and after their presentation. Their program will include photography from the tour, stories on water across the nation, new investigations in Potter, Tioga and Bradford county, a new documentary project and ways the public is getting involved.

For reservations, call Crittenden at 814-274-8320. Buffet is $15.95 and includes drink. Presentation is free.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

it's ok to tout an electric vehicle, but electricity has to be generated too. most is done via coal or gas, so we can't escape the fact that our lives require power, assuming we travel 15,000 miles or so per year.

that being said, I like what these two have done to present an opposing point of view about fracking.

one question; how much does that Tesla cost at retail??

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful couple!

Anonymous said...

HOW is the ELECTRIC produced now that COAL Burning Power Plants have been Changed to NATURAL GAS ??? Get over yourselves and STOP supporting the middle eastern TRILLIONAIRES by stopping Production HERE...Two words-DUMB BUTTS !!!

John Q Public said...

coal and natural gas are the top electricity producers.

Coal 39%
Natural Gas 27%
Nuclear 19%
Hydropower 7%
Biomass 1.48%
Geothermal 0.41%
Solar 0.23%
Wind 4.13%

Tesla Model S Roadster $101,000

Anonymous said...

Coal fired generation plants have been changed over to natural gas ? You sure about that ? Coal is king in Pennsylvania.