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Surfing to be free in Gaza

Photograph: courtesy of Mahmoud ‘Moody’ Al-Riyashi

On the morning of 26 March a young surfer named Ibrahim Arafat left the Gaza Strip via the Erez Crossing and entered Israel. 2,704 more words


31st August - Art and Culture, Globalization theories, India and the World

Today was semi-productive, not entirely happy and not entirely sad about it. Revision of what was done today:

1. Today’s News

Smart Cities as usual is in the news. 1,404 more words

How I Came to Know the Best Female Bullfighter in the World

Rhonda Buckley is a storyteller from Newfoundland—she also happens to be an award-winning filmmaker. I first met Rhonda in Merida’s leafy Hidalgo Square, where I often escape to sip a glass of wine and watch the world go by.

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A Poetic Wanderer

Studies in England with a Master weaver, Theological studies at Trinity College, Bristol, a sojourn at the Banff Center, an exchange term in Italy (Medieval art) and, not least, a boring BFA from Calgary, Alberta are the precursors for my residency at the Vancouver Island College of Art.

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The Space Between

Girls Who AFRO PUNK: African Tribal & Modern Retro Inspiration

Who’s ready for AFRO PUNK this weekend– the time of year where all the #CAREFREEBLACKKIDS get dressed up in their best street wear to go stroll through the streets of Brooklyn celebrating their love for urban culture, alternative music and all things openminded & unconventional. 61 more words