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Click here to view original web page at My life’s motto is to make people laugh A bunch of people crowds a section of the Dubai Marina boardwalk on a pleasant evening with overcast skies. A street performer dressed in a comical red and white stripped ganjee and red shorts starts juggling volleyballs in the […]
Click here to view original web page at Art is Not a Crime: Sit-In to Protest Street Music Ban in Casablanca Casablanca – Following the ban of street musicians from performing in Casablanca’s streets, a sit-in will be held on March 18 in Casablanca to show solidarity with the artists. The sit-in, first announced on […]
Click here to view original web page at Casablanca Bans Street Musicians from Place Maréchal Rabat – Casablanca’s local authorities banned street musicians from performing in Place Maréchal, after confiscating their instruments last week. The wilaya of Casablanca issued a decision restricting street musicians from holding street performances in Place Maréchal in Casablanca, reported Al […]
Click here to view original web page at Dubai Canvas 3D art festival 2017 to open on March 1 The third edition of Dubai Canvas, the public 3D art festival organised by Brand Dubai, the creative arm of the Government of Dubai Media Office, is set to open on Wednesday, March 1 2017. Dubai Canvas […]
We just got followed on Twitter by LTP-LiberiaTourism @LLiberiatourism so we thought perhaps we should put Liberia on the map. World Street Art and Entertainment Map and Guide. Look for more as Liberia continues to improve and prosper. Liberia’s bold tourism experiment: Lessons and opportunities Click here to view original web page at Liberia’s bold tourism experiment: Lessons […]
Click here to view original web page at Liberia’s bold tourism experiment: Lessons and opportunities Liberia is on an impressive march towards developing its tourism sector. How can the country’s ongoing efforts provide an example for peer countries in Africa to follow? When thinking about Liberia, “idyllic” is not an attribute that typically comes to […]
Click here to view original web page at West Africa’s premiere sustainable surf retreat Kwepunha Retreat is a sustainable beachside retreat that caters to those with a sense of adventure and a desire to give back to local communities. We invite international tourists, traveling surfers, volunteers, expats, Liberian Nationals, and all like-minded individuals who […]
This article documents one of the last cases of Ebola in Liberia. Click here to view original web page at New Ebola case confirmed in Liberia A new case of Ebola has been identified in Liberia, a country declared free of the deadly disease in September, health officials have said. The patient, a 10-year-old boy […]
Click here to view original web page at Women are heroes: Les femmes puissantes de JR Au Liberia, JR a immortalisé le sourire de femmes meurtries par la guerre. Il a ensuite exposé ses photos sur place. jr/agence vu Le photographe présente à Paris son exposition Women are heroes. Aux yeux de tous et dans […]
Click here to view original web page at This Imgur user has told the story of Liberia’s civil war through street signs and posters Imgur user 5FrogMargin has documented Liberia’s second civil war, using nothing but his camera and the street signs and posters still standing in the conflict’s aftermath. 5FrogMargin began taking photos of […]
Click here to view original web page at Sunday afternoon sports, Cestos City, Liberia Less than three hours north and west along the Atlantic coast from Monrovia, the village of Robertsport bakes beneath a tropical sun. Sitting below the 1000 foot granite promontory of Cape Mount, the town of approximately 4000 was named after […]
Click here to view original web page at Ebola Graffiti – Liberia Poignant Ebola graffiti on the roof of the abandoned Hotel Ducor in Monrovia.
Click here to view original web page at The Doodles Of War The child soldiers of Liberia have taken street art to another level. Tim Hetherington took these terrifying photos during the blood-drenched civil war over there a few years back. The child soldiers of Liberia have taken street art to another level. Tim Hetherington, […]
Click here to view original web page at A Baltimore artist turns a Liberian school into a mural masterpiece Once the scene of tragedy, a school in the West Point slums of Liberia is now a work of art — and it’s due to the efforts of a Baltimore street artist. Freshly painted murals featuring […]