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NoWall@All

NEO-LATINO#NOWALL@ALL       Neo-Latino Artists exhibit at ArtSpace 88 Gallery   by  José Rodeiro n the eve of National Hispanic Heritage month, celebrating US-Latino culture and ethnicity, Art Space 88...

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Ocean Ghosts/Ben White

And I was haunted.  All the way across the ocean on the way to Tokyo to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Japanese Coast Guard, I was haunted by the sea, the stories, the history, the unknown, the traditions, the journey. The haunting itself is a ghost.

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Ewa Mazierska/Travel

    The Scarves from Candolim   by Ewa Mazierska Contributing Writer rom my holiday in Candolim in India I brought home fifteen scarves. They were sold to me by Lisa, a beach vendor, working on a strip of...

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Suchita Bhhatia/On Filmmaking in India

  Reaching the Door     by Suchita Bhhatia Contributing Writer Last night a filmmaker friend of mine informed me that he was contemplating suicide. No, he hasn't killed himself yet! And no, this is not a joke. There have been incidents of drunk driving and crashing...

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Fred Roberts/Poland Playlist

  by Fred Roberts Music Editor   Category: The Polish Falco Song Title: Nie poddawaj się Artist: Kombi Year: 1983 Link: https://youtu.be/l9g7d2f6L10 Category: Rocking sixties ladies Song Title: Motyle Artist: Amazonki Year: 1969 Link: https://youtu.be/prG8tfK4sIU...

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Cyrillic Summer/Fred’s Playlist

    NO COLLUSION by Fred Roberts Music Editor   Category: Bulgaria Song Title: Къщата на изгряващото слънце (House of the Rising Sun) Artist: Емил Димитров (Emil Dimitrov) Year: 1964 Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WnMbItLSxTY Category: Yugoslavia (Serbia) Song...

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A New Zimbabwe

We picked up Renée, our seasoned 4×4 Toyota Prado in Lusaka, spent a day gathering supplies, and were on the road to Livingstone when we realized that we lacked enough Zambian Kwacha for the toll gates. At each town we passed, long lines stretched outside the banks and ATMs. It was two days before Christmas…

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Mark Walker/Creative Nonfiction

  My Life in the Land of the Eternal Spring: The Coffee Plantation   By Mark D. Walker Contributor hough I had lived and worked in Guatemala for seven years, it was a brief encounter with my young daughter,...

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Summer Sun Fun Zehn

  Ten Top Tunes for Summer Listening   For music-loving polyglots, this is a summer listening list for you. Everyone else -- steer clear of falling stars.    by Fred Roberts Ragazine Music Editor Category: Best song in the highly competitive category of Hasidic surf...

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Summer Take Four

        by Fred Roberts Music Editor y favorite acquisitions of the last months are quite divergent in respect to one another. There’s music from the country of Sudan (Abu Obaida Hassan). The US duo Bebe &...

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Sándor Kányádi/1929-2018

Hungarian-Romanian poet and iconic spokesman of Transylvania, Sándor Kányádi, dead at 89   by Paul Sohar Contributing Writer Sándor Kányádi (1929-2018) was born in a small Hungarian village in Transylvania, Romania, the son of a small farmer – more commonly called a...

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Contemporary Barcelona

Where 10 becomes 11! Category: Dark horse hits Song Title: Patrice And Her Weirdness Artist: Vancouver Undercover Year: 2017 Link: https://vancouver-undercover.bandcamp.com/track/patrice-and-her-weirdness Category: Albums produced by ex-Faust members Song Title: No...

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Camino al Desván, Barcelona 1983-1986

The past years have seen a number of compilations focusing on “secret” Barcelona, the underground culture of the Catalonian capital during the seventies and eighties, a time rich with innovation and revolutionary musical ideas. It is a scene similar to the primal ooze out of which the Neue Deutsche Welle was born. Many of the Barcelona bands remain to this day as tips for insiders.

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ÁRPÁD  FARKAS/Poetry

Poems by ÁRPÁD  FARKAS Translated from the Hungarian by Paul Sohar   Let There be No Silence (Csak csend ne legyen) Let wispy little voices spring from blocks of dumbstruck dawns, let them flood the borders of glistening fields, let them ring out on the plates of...

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