The Legendary Glastonbury Festival

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Photojournalist Barry Lewis is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography. From his book documenting 14 years of the Glastonbury Festival ‘Vaguely Lost in Shangri La‘. To see Barry’s body of work click on any image. In the autumn of 2003 I met Debs Armstrong and the legendary Roy Gurvitz […]

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The Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, has unveiled the Logo of Yoruba Parapo Cultural carnival (YPCC), an event put together to promote the oneness of Yoruba race. The Ooni officially unveiled the YPCC logo and inaugurated the Central Coordinating Committee, in his Palace, on Friday, in Ile-Ife. Prince Solomon Gbenga, the Executive Consultant to […]

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Every year since 1977 International Museum Day is organised worldwide on May 18th. The National Museum and Monuments in Jos celebrates this annual day in a grand style with different cultural groups displaying dances, Cuisines, arts etc. The theme of International Museum Day 2017 is Museums and contested histories: Saying the unspeakable in museums. This theme […]

via Jos Museum celebrates museum day — Plateau News Online

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Badagry is a coastal town and local government area in Lagos State, Nigeria. It is situated between the city of Lagos, and the border with Benin at Seme. In the history of Nigeria, the town Badagry can’t be exempted. Badagry is known as the historical land of slave, and it happens to be how very […]

via Travel: Badagry || The Historical Town Of Slaves. — scarlet makeovers

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Going about your business, sometimes the daily wear and tear of life, chores, cooking and cleaning has a detrimental effect on some of the things you love most dearly. These items you cherish with your heart, you may want to one day, pass on to your kids. Or maybe, when you gray and old you […]

via The Importance of Passing Down Memories To Your Children — a cooking pot and twisted tales

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Currently listening to Bruno Mars – That’s what I like. This wasn’t today’s planned post but I wore my green card as a citizen of the Adire Nation and I just had to share. I’m totally not into prints especially African prints because I find them too busy to fit into my personal style but right […]

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