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By Eve M. Ferguson

The menu was meticulously researched by a panel of scholarly Native foodies.

Food Native American Cuisine at the Smithsonian
The Mitsitam Café is a Highlight of New Museum
By Eve M. Ferguson

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Maria de Barros

World Music Features Maria de Barros
Maria De Barros' crystalline, soulful voice and otherworldly appearance defy reality. But her genuine love of music, particularly of her homeland of Cape Verde, radiates flawlessly to the broad swath of listeners who have come to know her.
By Eve M. Ferguson

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World Music Features Pum Pum Posse
The Pum Pum Posse, a controversial poetry group comprised of the singers and a violinist, are centered around two dreadlocked Rasta women who just happen to be mother and daughter.
By Eve M. Ferguson

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Film Musica Cubana
Musica Cubana by Argentine director German Kral, has been touted as the sequel to Wim Wenders’ 1998 masterpiece of documentary filmmaking, The Buena Vista Social Club.
By Eve M. Ferguson

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Food The Smithsonian's Mitsitam Café
After a day spent traversing the labyrinth of exhibitions in the Smithsonian Institution’s newest museum, the National Museum of the American Indian, one might ask, “Where can one sit and rest? “What’s to eat?" The answer lies in one place: Mitsitam Native Foods Café.
By Eve M. Ferguson

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World News New Films From Africa: A Little Something For Everyone
The New African Films Festival, screened over five days, demonstrated the diversity of films coming from the continent, from Sissako’s Bamako to Tunde Kelani Abeni.
By Eve M. Ferguson

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Film Gypsy Caravan - A Trip Beyond the Beaten Path
Jasmine Dellal’s “Gypsy Caravan” certainly takes the less beaten path to tell the intimate stories behind the World Music Institute tour that brought together five Gypsy musical groups.
By Eve M. Ferguson

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Metro World Concert
Reggae/Caribbean


Washington, DC,

By Eve M. Ferguson

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Film Milarepa
The small yet well-appointed theater at National Geographic was sold out days in advance of the US Premiere of Milarepa. Certainly, the globe-trekking efforts of the Dalai Lama have brought Tibetan Buddhism to popular attention, but the appeal of this film is transcendent, its theme universal.
By Eve M. Ferguson

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Film One-To-One Diplomacy
Eran Kolirin’s debut film The Band’s Visit has enjoyed widespread appeal, irrespective of whether one keeps up with the latest developments in Arab-Israeli relations. New York-born Israeli director Eytan Fox’s 2004 film Walk On Water, released on DVD in 2005 and worth revisiting here, shows a different side of Israeli relations as they unfold both within the country and beyond its borders.
By Eve M. Ferguson

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Food Fusion Food- Abidjan Style
Morou Ouattara was raised on the Ivory Coast. When he opened up his restaurant in Washington DC, he was inspired to embrace some of the deliciously exotic cooking styles of West Africa.
By Eve M. Ferguson

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Africa Rising

Kennedy Center For The Performing Arts
Washington, DC




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By Eve M. Ferguson

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Film Lost In Beijing
Director Li Yu’s third feature has raised the most controversy recently, second only to Ang Lee’s tale of subterfuge and betrayal, Lust, Caution. With strict codes determining the rating system used by China’s Film Bureau, the film that tells an unwelcome story of life in Beijing was effectively killed due to the depiction of prostitution, rape, graphic sex and blackmail.
By Eve M. Ferguson

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Film Blood Brothers
Director Alexi Tan and famed director-turned-producer John Woo take advantage of the liberal standards of Hong Kong (which adhere to a distinctly looser version of the Chinese rating system) and the facilities of Taiwan to make a gangster tale of three country boys who venture out from an idyllic small town in China’s Shanghai province to take on the big city.
By Eve M. Ferguson

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