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PUBLIC ART SAINT PAUL, CELEBRATE LIFE AND PUBLIC ART

 

PUBLIC ART SAINT PAUL 2018 SPRING GALA

You are invited to join the fun and festivities!

Celebrate art and public life in Saint Paul at the Art Deco wonder of  The Custom House, the newly refurbished U.S. Post Office, now a stylish hotel and luxury apartments with views of the Mississippi River Valley.

Friday, May 4, 6:30 – 10 PM

Location:
The Custom House, 180 Kellogg Boulevard East, St. Paul, MN 55102

GALLERY:

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Windows Into Palestine Festival, Telling The Palestinian Story in America.

 

MAY 17-19, 2018

A Festival of Palestinian Art & Culture

Exhibition of visual art by Palestinian artists

Musical performances and workshops

Film: shorts and feature length; discussions follow each film

Palestinian cuisine, including demonstrations and samples from renowned chefs

Authentic Spice & Craft Market

Iftar: break the Ramadan fast with sisters and brothers of all faiths

Many special guests from Palestine

OPEN TO EVERYONE!

Featured venue:
Westminster Presbyterian Church
1200 Marquette Ave
Minneapolis, MN

Gallery:

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Conversation with Political Cartoonist Carlos Latuff, his role in Jan25th Revolution in Egypt!!

 

 

 

 

Carlose Boots and mubrak

 

Carlos Latuff (born on 30 November of 1968 in Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian anti-zionist freelance political cartoonist, of Lebanese ancestry. Mr Latuff’s works have been posted on various Indymedia websites and blogs as well as several newspapers and magazines such as Mad, The Toronto Star, the Saudi Arabian magazine “Character”, Lebanese newspaper “Al Akhbar“, Läsarnas Fria Tidning, and others. A number of his cartoons were also published on other websites such as Norman Finkelstein‘s. He was placed second, winning $4,000, in the 2006 Iranian International Holocaust Cartoon Competition.

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Rodriguez – Sugar Man… the poet…


In 1997, Stephen “Sugar” Segerman set up a website, called ‘The Great Rodriguez Hunt’, with the intention of finding any information about the mysterious US musician of ‘Cold Fact’ fame. In the same year Brian Currin established ‘Climb Up On My Music’, a tribute site to the life and works of Rodriguez.

In 1998, when Rodriguez was discovered, alive and well and living in Detroit, by Sugar and Craig Bartholomew Strydom, the search was over and those two websites were combined into this one central online source for all information about Rodriguez.

One of the most important features of this website has always been the Forum section, where Rodriguez devotees can share their experiences and thoughts with other fans all over the world.

This website has always been fully endorsed and supported by Rodriguez and his family, who read this message board regularly.

Thanks to Alan Levin and Vanilla Internet Services for their hosting and great support.
Mabu Vinyl (of “Searching For Sugar Man” fame) is the well-known Cape Town music and book store tucked into Rheede Street, just off Kloof Street in Gardens. Mabu buys, sells and trades records, turntables, CD’s, DVD’s, cassettes, books, comics, t-shirts and more. Vinyl offerings include new and pre-owned LPs, 7″ and 12″ singles and 78’s covering a diverse range of music genres. The interior walls are covered in nostalgia with various music and pop culture posters and memorabilia. You’ll also find independent CD releases from South African artists. www.MabuVinyl.co.za

Rodriguez Vinyl Albums available from Records By Mail

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