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Monthly Archives: October 2011
The Life House, Reel Life is re-screening another one of the most demanded films featured at the Lights, Camera, AFRICA!!! 2011 Film Festival. This Thursday 27 October at 7.30pm we’ll be showing a very important and riveting film, CUBA: AN … Continue reading
by Olaniyi Adekanye Monki, my friend You are special Since I have been walking My whole wide world walk You display every lineament Lineaments of incivility Idiosyncrasies of the bush people To fathom your attitude problem I suffer mental constipation … Continue reading
THE LAST HEIR by Larry Sun An excerpt from The Last Heir, the first volume of the HOUSEHOLD series. June, 1985. The night was not the warmest one. A few stars peeked down on the world and a quarter moon … Continue reading
by feyisayo adeyemi When belly goes Choir everyday how does a man think free? To chomp – begs on another’s mercy How will he wheel his will? Auction the soul goes out run son! ran some, ransom! tongue-tied … Continue reading
Felabration and Cultural Week at The Life House starts tomorrow Tuesday October 11th 2011 till Sunday October 16th 2011. The Felabration week will feature a vast array of art and cultural elements and activities including a weeklong art exhibition, theatre … Continue reading
Hi, How islife treating you over there? I got this tale for you; let's share… Aaalooooooooooo!!!!!!!!! The story is told of an old man who was being chased around the village bylittle children for allegedly stealing a chicken and … Continue reading
In one of my merry-go-rounding around the internet, I came across Kehinde Wiley, one of the world's most sought-after urban artists. Looking at his beautiful collections andachievements, I wonder why I haven't heard of him earlier. Kehinde Wiley Kehinde Wiley … Continue reading
by Yomi Edward Those who made the world smilewould never die unsungtheir hand-prints shall eternally gladden the sky… Those who made the world smoothwould never departin silencetheir legends shalleternally rockgenerations unborn… Those who made the world beautifulwould never parade the … Continue reading
by Olaniyi Adekanye Even when themoving eyes Effect theircoyness of denial The watching moonwas my witness The scorching sunalso autographed The sweeping rainleft uncertain scars The scattering winggarnered nothing From thefour-corners “Don’t we havepeople up there?” I asked the ageingfather … Continue reading