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Watch Gaza's parkour team somersault to the sound of Israeli drone strikes

“If we wash our hands of the conflict between the powerful and the powerless, we side with the powerful – we don’t remain neutral.”

Brazilian philosopher and critical theorist Paulo Frieire said it first. 213 more words

Gaza Strip

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos - 27 March 2015

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 27 March 2015

  • Housing key for APNU/AFC Coalition
  • School girl may have been victim of violent assault
  • Rice farmers…
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Guyanese Online

...with their Beatles and their Stones (4): the House of the Rising Sun

For all the glories of the Beatles, Stones and the Kinks in 1964, there is more than half an argument for saying that the greatest music of 1964 came from elsewhere. 301 more words

Britain

City Drama Society Present: Much Ado About Nothing

By Mariann Eliassen

On stage three people wearing matching tan khakis and white shirts stand arguing. Except for one or two other cast members sitting scattered around the tribune and watching the performers, the hall is empty. 329 more words

On Campus

'Having Our Say' From Philadanco At The Kimmel Center

By RJ McKay

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Joan Myers Brown, the executive artistic director of Philadanco, spoke about the program, “Having Our Say,” at the Perelman Theater from April 17th – 19th. 131 more words

Watch + Listen

Lookin' Back in Front of Me: Selected Works of Mark Steven Greenfield, 1974-2014

Greenfield pictured in 2010 behind his work “Doo Dahz.”

“Lookin’ Back in Front of Me: Selected Works of Mark Steven Greenfield, 1974-2014″ is the latest exhibition by the native Los Angelino whose work has appeared (most notably) at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia and the Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art. 54 more words

Art

Tuesday

DYLAN BROCKMEYER
ASST. ARTS & CULTURE EDITOR
@dbrock08

It is not Friday nights that are busiest in Old Town, San Diego; it is Tuesdays. Every Tuesday is “Taco Tuesday” at the mexican restaurants throughout Old Town. 831 more words

Art & Culture