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· September, 2007

Stories about Arts & Culture from September, 2007

Russia: Moscow's “Unusual People and Peculiar Foods”

Caribbean: Visualizing Caribbean Art

Bahamas: Repertory Season

Syria: The Destruction of Old Damascus

Europe: Romani Culture

Ukraine: Prostitution and Feminism

Bolivia: Folkloric Group Website

Lebanon: Ramadan Kareem

A bountiful and peaceful Ramadan to all from Lebanon. In this post Moussa Bashir takes us to the homes of Lebanese bloggers who break their fast with their families, showing...

Ukraine: Arsenal

Ukraine: Oligarch Neighbor

Ukraine: “A Pop-Art Huntingtonian Model”

Egypt: The Fagnoon World

Ramadan Kareem From Kuwait

Ramadan Kareem from Kuwait as bloggers talk about museums, small businesses, conservation and the emergence of the new Kuwaiti superstar. Abdullatif AlOmar has more in this round up from Kuwaiti...

India: Tamil television and politics

Morocco: The King of the Poor?

Moroccans love their king - but do they love his daily budget? And what's going on during Ramadan? Jillian York has this week's update on the Moroccan blogosphere.

Dominica: Safe Sex

Trinidad & Tobago: Moko Jumbies

Europe: Islamisation

Does anything good ever happen in Africa?

Our latest roundup of diverse topics and discussions taking place in the Sudanese blogosphere begins with a provocative question about Africa, which was posed to Sudanese blogger, Kizzie, "Does anything...

Don't hesitate, nominate! Best of the Blogs 2007

It's that time of year again – the time when bloggers put on their finest templates and post their best photos and podcasts, and all for good reason… The BOBs...

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