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Xingolati Adds Banyan to Bill

Xingolati (pronounced Zîng-gō-läh-ti): is it a frothy, pricey hot new liquid stimulant at Starbucks, or the Groove Cruise of the Pacific, starring the “fearless freaks” themselves, Flaming Lips? If you voted for the latter, you are smarter than you look. TALENT UPDATE: just added to the lush, pullulating talent bill …

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Anguilla Tranquility Jazz Festival 2005 – Straight Ahead Jazz On the Beach

The Anguilla Tourist Board has announced the third annual Anguilla Tranquility Jazz Festival, November 9-13, 2005. The stellar lineup of artists scheduled to appear includes vocalists Marlena Shaw, Freddy Cole and Claudia Acuna, vibes man Stefon Harris, pianist Mulgrew Miller, tenor saxophonists Eric Alexander and David Sánchez, saxophonist Ravi Coltrane, …

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Own Your Very Own Napoleon-Era Fort

If you ever wanted to own your own island, now is the time. For a relative bargain at £150,000 or around $275,000, you can own Stack Rock Fort, which is situated off the coast of Milford Haven. It has it’s own cannons! We’ve all had fantasies and playfights on our …

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Disney Wonder World

...the Epcot centre is a symbol of increased American isolationism because, get this, he says "it prepackages culture into bite size pieces of stereotypical servings." I don't know what the hell that is supposed to mean, maybe he's talking about the food.

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Xingolati Update – Flaming Lips Cruise Madness

Update on “Xingolati, (pronounced Zîng-gō-läh-ti) – Groove Cruise of the Pacific,” headlined by the tuneful and mysterious Flaming Lips, fresh off their piratical SpongeBob soundtrack appearance. In addition to performing live on the boat in one of their few scheduled performances for the year, the Flaming Lips will screen their …

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