Monday, September 28, 2009

Around The Blogosphere 28 September 09

RIP: Annie Le. Yale will hold a memorial service for Le on Oct. 12 at Battell Chapel.

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“In Dele Giwa’s shoes” from Black Looks ::: Short film by Chinedum Iregbu - Dele Giwa, Nigerian founding editor of Newswatch magazine who was killed by a parcel bomb in 1986. Writing during the regime of General Babanigda, Dele Giwa’s killers have never been found but speculation has always remained that somehow the government or their agents were involved.

Moi, Mustapha Kessous, journaliste au "Monde" et victime du racisme

Riding the Big Destiny: Adrian Castro - Adrian Castro is a poet, performer, and interdisciplinary artist.

After being postponed last month due to permit problems and fear of violence, the 50 Cent and Bete Midler sponsored “40 Day” or family day finally went down yesterday at PS 40 in Southside Jamica, Queens. MissInfo's blog has more...

Mid-autumn Festival is just around the corner (3rd of October this year). Like each and every year, it’s hightime for mooncakes... Jenny Zhu has the delicious details! Meanwhile, Kimberlycun tells us how to get - er- "Fat and Farty" in a hurry...

Still FAT? Sharon blogs about trimming a different kind of fat (from the family budget!)

via GENSI:::Des artistes Hip-Hop français rendent hommage à Michael Jackson / Michael Jackson’s Tribute

and Marietta Le of Remainder of Budapest posts photos and video from a rally in support of Budapest's nightlife and from a graffiti and extreme sports competition held inside a metro station whose construction had been halted due to financial difficulties.
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