Posts made in February, 2014

The Power of Community – March 2nd

Posted on Feb 28, 2014 in Dance, Indonesia, Music | 0 comments

The Power of Community – March 2nd

“THE POWER OF COMMUNITY” Documentary Celebration Party featuring an afternoon of Balinese Music & Dance with Gamelan Tunas Mekar Under the direction of Artist-in-Residence I Made Lasmawan with guest Balinese dancer Ni Ketut Marni Sunday, March 2nd | 1:00 – 3:00 PM The Mercury Cafe | 2199 California Street, Denver TICKETS: $5 General Admission, children 12 and under are FREE RSVP at: www.facebook.com/events/1409987759251641 Join Tunas Mekar at The Mercury Cafe for An Afternoon of Balinese Music & Dance and a celebration of the upcoming launch of our Indiegogo project...

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Abenomics

Posted on Feb 19, 2014 in Business, International Trade, Japan | 0 comments

Is Abenomics Working? Japan America Society of Colorado (JASC) welcomes Professor Edward J. Lincoln, renowned lecturer and expert on Japan Economics and Business, to Colorado! Friday, February 21, 11am – 1pm KPMG 8th floor conference room, downtown Denver (1225 17th Street) $15/JASC members; $25/non-members; RSVP here. Topic: Prime Minister Abe has been telling foreign audiences that “Japan is Back.”  Since becoming Prime Minister at the beginning of 2013 he has pursued a three-pronged economic recovery plan dubbed “Abenomics” that consists of monetary quantitative easing, fiscal stimulus,...

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“Dust Storm” — tonight at History Colorado

Posted on Feb 19, 2014 in Art, Arts & Culture, Educational, Immigration, Japan, museums, Theatre | 0 comments

On February 19, 1942, President Franklin Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, sending more than 120,000 Japanese Americans living on the west coast to 10 internment camps located in Wyoming, Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Utah, inland California, and Colorado.  The decision was called “a military necessity,” but the Japanese Americans affected were not charged with crimes or even given judicial hearings. They were targeted because of widespread fear that people of Japanese descent were spies and loyal to Japan, though nearly 60% were American citizens. Tonight, Wed., February 19th, 7:00 PM,...

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Sonoda’s continues to serve sushi in Aurora

Posted on Feb 19, 2014 in Food | 0 comments

Restaurateur of Sonoda’s announces retirement. Master Sushi Chef Makoto Kawafune will continue to serve you in Aurora at 3108 So. Parker Rd. (303-337-3800).  Read Kenny Sonoda’s letter at www.sonodassushi.com.  #AuroraAsian

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I Go On Singing – Paul Robeson’s Life

Posted on Feb 14, 2014 in Arts & Culture, Music, Theatre | 0 comments

In honor of Black History Month — The Aurora Fox and GranDesign, Inc. present — Anthony Brown performing LIVE — “I GO ON SINGING” —  Paul Robeson’s Life in His Words & Songs —  by Andrew Flack | Directed by donnie I. betts — February 28 – March 9 Tickets:  $26/adults | $22/students and seniors — The Aurora Fox Arts Center | (303) 739-1970 | www.AuroraFox.org — See announcement… for times, description and sponsors.

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