Month: August 2018

Literature Can Displace Anthropology

When I was well into my career as an anthropologist specializing in Himalayan peoples, I came across an historical episode concerning two no-longer living but obviously brilliant women who had performed remarkable political feats in the early 20th century. I undertook to uncover their stories, determined first because, inspired by feminist revelations, I myself was ...

Artist Paul Zenian Exhbition Opens September 7 / Discusses Work September 27, 6 to 8pm

Dearborn, MI – Renowned artist Paul Zenian and a sample of his wide-ranging body of work will be celebrated at Dearborn’s Padzieski Art Gallery in the exhibition “Paul Zenian: Overview” which opens Friday, September 7 with an artist’s reception from 6pm to 8pm. The show runs through Wednesday, October 3 and showcases some of the ...

A Beach Wedding in Lebanon

The bride's destination!!!!! Dinner J

Nadeem Recites Unfinished at Dearborn Open Mic

Top 10 News From Dearborn Last Month

Here are the headlines that occupied Dearborn News last month:

Sara Raad at Dearborn Open Mic   Sara's instagram page: