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DojO- promoted Culver City Julian Dixon Library's event Blues with Brother Yusef
Jan 16
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Blues with Brother Yusef at Culver City Julian Dixon Library

February 24, 2018 from 2pm to 3pm
Join us as we welcome Brother Yusef, who will discuss and demonstrate how Africans brought their musicals traditions over from the continent by improvising music instruments from found objects, which led to the music we know today as Blues. The program is freeSee More
Jan 16

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Tell us a little about yourself. Why are you here?
Post Community Library Programs
Who referred you to the Culver City Times?
co-worker
My Culver City secret is
Overland
My Culver City hangout is
Culver City Library
When I'm not in Culver City, I'm in
Pasadena
In Culver City, I hear voices, and songs, and music at:
Culver City Library
Check out my other web address:
http://www.colapublib.org/libs/culvercity/index.php
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Librarian

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