Monthly Archives: October 2011

Salon of Peaceful Shadows, Tender Flame of Eternal Youth – the backstory

Phil Elie – impresario extraordinaire – flew in from his home in Paris last week to organize this event with some old friends in the Pillowtex warehouse. Now used as headquarters for the non-profit group, Give Us Names, the founders … Continue reading

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Revolution in the air

I’ve been following the Wall Street protests with interest. It’s all over Facebook – friends are engaged in provocative discussions, that show a proclivity to the left, with some right wing antagonism thrown in. I’m proud of the occupiers; mostly … Continue reading

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Abrazo Atlanta: Argentine Tango

Last week my pal Arthur and I had the pleasure of seeing the Eduardo Tami Trio and Dancers at GA State, sponsored by their Center for Collaborative and International Arts (Cencia) program. Dr. Fernando Reati,¬†Chair of Modern and Classical Languages … Continue reading

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A bevy of exhibits

Continuing my goal to hit most of the new gallery spaces in town within my first year of being back in Atlanta, I visited Poem88 off Howell Mill road yesterday for an artist’s talk by Ryan Nabulsi. Nabulsi is a … Continue reading

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