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August 23, 2000
Looking beyond the shores of Africa, this year's Los Angeles African Marketplace & Cultural Faire celebrates Africa's impact on South American, Caribbean and Mexican art and culture.
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NEWS
August 23, 2000
Looking beyond the shores of Africa, this year's Los Angeles African Marketplace & Cultural Faire celebrates Africa's impact on South American, Caribbean and Mexican art and culture.
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ENTERTAINMENT
August 17, 1996
Actors Roger E. Mosley, Dick Anthony Williams and Suzzane Douglas will be among the entertainers competing in the Celebrity Village Games at the Los Angeles African Marketplace & Cultural Faire today from 2 to 4 p.m. The games--to be held at Rancho Cienega Park, 5001 Rodeo Road, Los Angeles--will include bicycle relays, limbo and tug of war. Proceeds from donations will benefit the Big Brothers of Greater Los Angeles and Big Sisters of Los Angeles. Information: (213) 993-8618.
NEWS
August 14, 1994 | SIMON ROMERO
Africa's influence on music, dance and the arts will be showcased during the Los Angeles African Marketplace and Cultural Faire on three consecutive weekends starting Saturday at Rancho Cienega Park. A variety of musical styles--including jazz, blues, reggae, Brazilian and salsa--will highlight the festival. Among the artists scheduled to appear are Bitoto (Saturday), Cuba's premiere folkloric ensemble, Los Munequitos de Matanzas (Aug.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 17, 2000
all day Festival Africa's impact on South American, Caribbean and Mexican cultures is celebrated at the 15th annual Los Angeles African Marketplace & Cultural Faire. Titled "A Millennial Celebration of the African-Spanish Legacy," the three-weekend event will feature more than 200 arts and crafts vendors, a children's village, celebrity games, ethnic foods, a health pavilion and more. Music, dance, drama and poetry will be performed on six stages.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 22, 1998
Beginning today, the annual Los Angeles African Marketplace and Cultural Faire will begin hosting three weekends of art, music and educational activities celebrating the cultural heritage of Africa and of societies worldwide that have felt African influence.
NEWS
August 19, 2004
MUSEUMS New at the Nixon Library Saturday marks the Grand Opening of the New Nixon Library with the unveiling of its new addition, the Katherine B. Loker Center. The new center almost doubles the size of the existing library and features a special exhibitions gallery and a full-size replica of the White House East Room. This room is the center of the library's expansion and includes such details as golden silk draperies, crystal chandeliers and portraits of George and Martha Washington.
FOOD
August 20, 1997 | SHOSHANA GOLDBERG
It's lunchtime at the Los Angeles African Marketplace and Cultural Faire, a three-weekend festival of arts, music, dance and food, and the air is thick with the smells of barbecued meat and curry. You're pretty hungry. You follow the smells to a food court. Then you see the long lines, the full, cluttered tables, the all-around chaos of hungry people around tasty food. But at the end of the food court, you see a large open tent full of tables and a sign that reads, "Culinary Collage Pavilion.
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