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2.09.2007

events

Hats and Perfume for your Valentine
Opening Reception
Friday from 6-9pm
Atlantis

351 Van Brunt Street
Red Hook, Brooklyn
Open Saturday and Sunday for your shopping pleasure!


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2.05.2007

events—from Brooklyn to Dobbs Ferry plus Introducing a new blogger

LITERARY TUESDAY's
7:30 PM
FOLLOWED BY OPEN MIC
February 6-Chet Kozlowski’s stories have appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, Promethean, Fiction, Attic, Global Review and Guernica. A graduate of the Creative Writing Program at The City College of New York, he has been the recipient of the Jerome Lowell Dejur Award, presented for a body of work; the Irvin and Alice Stark Short Fiction Prize and the Meyer Cohn Graduate Essay Award in Literature. He was also recognized by CCNY with a scholarship awarded by playwright Tony Kushner. Chet lives, writes and teaches in New York City, where he is currently completing his first novel.
365 5TH AVENUE PARK SLOPE
(btwn 5th and 6th St.)
F/R Train to 4th Avenue/9th Street


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CFOW
Presents
“Sing Out For Peace”
A Benefit Concert for
“IRAQ VETERANS AGAINST THE WAR”

Sunday
February 11, 2007
3:30PM
SOUTH CHURCH
343 Broadway, Dobbs Ferry


Featuring One Song For Peace
By Each Of The Following Performers

Bob Campbell, Alyssa Cooper, Carol Duncan, Fred Gillen Jr,
Zach & Zoey Hart, Ahmed Kharem, Masters School Music Students
Maryellen McCabe, Frank Migliorelli, Victoria Miningham
Barbara Prisament, Gabe Shaikh & Will Berman
Golda Solomon, Stare into Space, Matt Turk, and Nate Wing
$10 at the door
for more info email:
susan@peacesistersandbrothers.org
or call 262-0914


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Introducing Jane of the Jungle, a new blogger!
Louise is a dear friend and an experienced writer, editor, and project manager of educational products. She has just posted her blog www.africajane.blogspot.com about her trip to Africa. Visit and enjoy reading Jane of the Jungle. She is looking for feedback and your comments are welcome.

Here is an excerpt:

Did you ever have one of those days?
One cold, foggy San Francisco morning I was unexpectedly asked to make coffee by my boss and I blew a fuse. But he didn’t know it. Little did I know that later that same day I would make a decision that would change my life forever.

And I swear the wine had nothing to do with it.

Thus began the wildest, most daring adventure of my life. This is a true story of mud, danger, and self-realization.

www.africajane.blogspot.com