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Little Village Weekender


Damn. It’s Friday after 5pm and look who’s working? Little Village feels that kind of commitment to you all, my preciouses. So what’s hot this weekend?

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Diwali
Second Floor Ballroom, Iowa Memorial Union, UI Campus
5-10pm
$10 to first 100 tickets, $15 after that

The Indian food alone is worth the $15, but entertainment and merriment beyond that? I’m in it for the shaking shoulders of the Bollywood dancing. Here’s a li’l piece from last year with an accompanying hint: It’s better in person.

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Afro-Cuban Drum & Dance Ensemble
North Hall, UI Campus
3pm
$12 Adults, $6 UI Students & Youth

This weekend is the one to start dreaming of warmer places by taking in the grooves of a tropical culture. The Afro-Cuban Drum & Dance Ensemble makes Iowa a little livelier with hip-shakin’ and foot-stompin’. It’ll put a smile on your face and make you forget the weather is crap outside. Boooooo–get out of the cold and into North Hall!


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