06/12/2004 Issue 98 Past Issues

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Now finally Giovanni & Annalisa will open their own restaurant

will open soon in Hurghada

Contact info@dananni.net or Tel. (20) 010 663 3162


Feature article

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What's on

Around the Red Sea and surrounding areas.

Arab-American Musicians to Play Classic Rock 'n' Roll in Egypt

The American Embassy will sponsor an Egyptian tour by the American band "Circus Guy" from 29th November to 11th December.  This exciting musical group of eight musicians, several of whom are Arab-American, performs classic rock ‘n' roll from the fifties and sixties, adding Middle Eastern motifs.  “Circus Guy” was founded by Arab-American brothers Michael and T. H. Culhane and Greg Ross, and recorded their first album in 1994.  This is the band's first tour in Egypt.

For more information visit www.usembassy.egnet.net or
call 02 797 3344 and 02 797 3474


TUESDAY 7th DECEMBER, at 8:00 pm
El Sawy Cultural Center, Zamalek
(Tickets L.E. 10 from
the Sawy Center)

WEDNESDAY 8th DECEMBER, at 7:00 pm
Al Azhar Park
(Tickets LE 15 from Al-Azhar Park
  and Little Caesar's in Mohandesin, Maadi and Abbaas El-Akkad.)

This is an outdoor concert - seating on the grass
limited chair seating available
warm clothing advised




Around the Red Sea and surrounding areas.

King Tut to Visit The USA

The treasures of King Tut will go on display in The USA for the first time in a quarter of a century, in an exhibit featuring the ancient ruler's gold crown, carved dagger and a massive gold and cloisonne necklace.

"Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaoh" will include around 130 of the 5,000 Egyptian artifacts found in King Tut's tomb. It will feature displays of gold objects along with exhibits on death and the beyond, and an interactive room on the discovery of King Tut's tomb.

The decision to allow the exhibit to travel marks the reversal of a policy set in the 1980s that confined most of the objects to Egypt, after several pieces were damaged during an international tour.

The exhibit, which has already been staged in Germany and Switzerland, will make its U.S. debut at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on 16th June 2005 and run through to 15th November 2005. The exhibition will then travel to the Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale in December 2005, Chicago's Field Museum in May 2006 and a fourth museum yet to be identified. It will then head to London's Dome of the Millennium. Negotiations are underway with Japan to also show the exhibit.


Parents & Kids

The Christmas Tree

The tradition of a holiday tree has been around since ancient times and has played an important part in winter celebrations for many centuries. Many pagan festivals used trees when honoring their gods and spirits. In Northern Europe the Vikings considered the evergreen a symbol and a reminder that the darkness and cold of winter would end and the green of spring would return. The Druids of ancient England and France decorated oak trees with fruit and candles to honor their Gods of harvests. At the festival Saturnalia the Romans decorated trees with trinkets and candles.

The use of a Christmas tree indoors appears to have begun in Germany and the tradition eventually spread through out Europe. The English Royalty helped popularize the tree in England by decorating the first Christmas tree at Windsor Castle in 1841. When the German immigrants went to American they took the tradition of the Christmas tree with them and now throughout Europe and the rest of the world the Christmas tree has also become readily accepted and adored.


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by Kim
Wanted Car to Buy or Rent Makus 75 Nov 28th, 2004, 3:28pm
by Markus
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by scubadoo
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by scubadoo
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