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Our new theatre baby; 'The Crucifixion of Amagqwirha'

Last year The Movement RSA brought you ‘Just Antigone’ and this year we’re back with a new setwork! ‘The Crucifixion of Amagqwirha’ is inspired by Arthur Miller’s ‘The Crucible’ – the 2017 setwork for IEB Matric learners. 93 more words


Production Log: No Mercy

This is my version of Holly Hofmann’s “No Mercy”
but arranged for Native American flute and ukulele instead of the original silver flute and piano. 1,493 more words



Situation North East (Adamawa, Borno and Yobe States)

29 May

Gunmen attacked NGURO NGURO Village, KONDUGA LGA, BORNO State killing 5 IDPs from BALE SHUWARI with bladed weapons… 581 more words

Counter Insurgency

Nigeria Air Force aircraft Bombard Boko Haram Control Room

The fight against the terrorist group Boko Haram has received another braved applaud from the Nigeria Air Force (NIA).

The NIA ensured that all efforts and strategies adopted by the terrorists Boko Haram group to reorganized the group and rebuild one of its command logistics base has been thwarted by the NIA fighter jets that destroyed the new logistics base command. 228 more words


Discovering the NAF, part 4: JD Flutes A4 Cedar

The “mid A” or A4 key is one of, of not the most, popular keys for a first flute. There are a lot of good reasons for that. 670 more words


Well, hello there...

Hi, there! Welcome to our “Life of Leko” blog. My name is Jess, or Jessie, and I have collaborated with my parents to start this blog for my brother, Max. 523 more words


Discovering the NAF, Part 3: Bedford Avenue Flutes

Who knew Wake County, North Carolina was such hotbed of flute makers? I’ve written before about the maker of my G4 NAF, David O’Neal, and I am on the build list of another well-respected maker who shall remain nameless at this point. 729 more words