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Today’s news features AVRadio’s choice of Copyleft for broadcasting music at those moments when Auroville’s creativity is low.’ Also in the news the rainy season has made it necessary to postpone Future School’s fundraiser until the rains abate. Sunbliss Café’ now offers lunch and early dinner deliveries to your door plus there’s another chance to explore one’s inner clown. The weather is dry and sunny at this moment but not to be’ fooled: thunderstorms and rain continue as the forecast, with NE winds 10-18 kph, temperatures 26-28 degrees.

Comments: 0 Date: 15 Oct 2008

Auroville in Paris

Today’s news presents an interview with Tomas of Annapurna Farm.’ Paris hosted the’ UNESCO event regarding Auroville’s 40th anniversary;” Nadaka gave a performance, Aurovilians Uma of Upasana and Aster Patel spoke about Auroville’s projects and environmental work. Various dignitaries praised Auroville: experiment in human Unity. The weather: looks like the monsoon has’ arrived!’ Thunderstorms and’ rain forecast for the remainder of the week, SE winds 14-18 kph, temperatures 26-29 degrees. Take care driving on the muddy roads please… .

Comments: 0 Date: 13 Oct 2008

Auroville media expands…

Today’s news presents Christoph telling about the launching of AurovilleTV. Also in the news there are music and dance announcements: to learn to sing Hindustani vocals,’ to celebrate’ through African dance and to just dance at Auroville’s monthly dance collective. And, another chance to learn spoken Tamil. Today’s weather shows a bright blue sky, sunny with SouthEasterly breezes and continued chances for thunderstorms and rain between today and Friday, with temperatures 27 to 30 degrees. .’

Comments: 0 Date: 10 Oct 2008

The Living Room

Today’s news is full of announcements: the General’ Information Meeting today at 5 at Town Hall, the ban on smoking in public places passed last week by the Indian government, a fund-raiser for Future School and a short interview with Min who talks about his latest initiative ‘The Living Room,’ a new place for everyone to congregate. The weather today through Tuesday night’ forecasts thunderstorms, chance of rain, overcast skies with SouthEasterly winds 10-14 kph, temperatures 27-30 degrees. .

Comments: 0 Date: 06 Oct 2008

Wasteful Acts

Today’s news features Jessie’ talking about Johnny, and just what it means, a ‘Johnny play,’ and of course a bit about tonight’s Johnny play entitled ‘Wasteful Acts.’ Also in the news Vivek speaks about a new feature of AVRadio: live broadcasts’ of current topics of interest in Auroville, to take place on a regular basis. The first session addresses the proposed lake at Matrimandir, entitled ‘Dialogue with A Dream’ on Saturday 4 Oct. at Town Hall’s Conference Room, 5 p.m. .’

Comments: 0 Date: 03 Oct 2008

AurovilleTV is Launched

Today’s English news happily announces the’ launch of AurovilleTV, happening with a live broadcast of the celebration of 40 years of collaboration between Auroville and UNESCO, which will take place in Paris on the 10th of October.” This live broadcast takes place in the Conference Room at Town Hall after a short presentation of the AurovilleTV project at 7 p.m. Also in the news a welcome to service volunteers from Germany and an opportunity to have food’ home delivered from SunBliss..

Comments: 0 Date: 01 Oct 2008

Water Words

The news today presents an interview with Toby talking about’ the proposed lake at Matrimandir which will begin as a pond.’ Also in the news a recently released book ‘Turning Points’ is mentioned, a book featuring several Aurovilians, how they got from ‘there’ to ‘here.” And, a Welllness Centre’ about to open offering Homoeopathy and Ayurveda. The weather today is sunny, humid, an overcast sky with scattered clouds. Temperatures 27 – 32 degrees with mild winds 7 – 14 kph coming from every direction, today through Wednesday morning. .

Comments: 0 Date: 29 Sep 2008

My lost chappals

In today’s news:’ ‘Turning Point’ which is a book not about Auroville seen as an institution, a project or an organisation. This is about some people – and how a long time ago their unsuspecting hearts were seized with a new kind of longing. The action may take place in New York, in the desert of Arizona, in the streets of Paris or on the Indian border, yet this is about Auroville, and nothing else than Auroville. Also in the news Verite code for teachers,’ a playshop by Jivan and Tewa and another episode of ”Where are my Chappals?”.

Comments: 0 Date: 24 Sep 2008

Entry & Housing Seminar

The weather in Auroville: a thunderstorm for the night and some rain is expected in the next few days. This English news is dedicated to a resume of the Entry & Housing Seminar held in SAWCHU last Sunday with Charu, member of the Entry Service. The seminar was well attended and as not all’subject of the agenda were discussed for lack of time,’ a second seminar will be held shortly. .’

Comments: 0 Date: 22 Sep 2008

Indian Shakespeare

On Monday September 15th 2008, Arka Mukhopadhyay, director of Logos Theatre in Bangalore performed his one man show: Shreds and Patches in Sri Aurobindo Auditorium. The piece takes two questions as its starting point — Who is ‘my’ Shakespeare? And what does he mean to me as a performer, as an Indian and as a human being? The play attempts to find the answers in fragments of the Bard’s plays and sonnets themselves. Arka gaves us an interview the day following the performance.
To listen the whole play you can pass by the radio and ask for a CD or send an email here.

Comments: 0 Date: 20 Sep 2008
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