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Grooving at the Fowler

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The UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History has plenty of events coming up to feed body and soul.

On January 25, 2005 at 5:30 PM
Art and Ritual Lecture Series: The Spirit of Rice

Fowler curator Roy Hamilton will show photographs and video footage from Northern Japan depicting the sacred rice ritual celebrated at the beginning of each year. Sponsored by the UCLA Department of Art and held in the Westwood Kinross Building, room 104. To reserve a seat please call 310/825-3281.

On Thursday, January 27, 2005 at 6 PM the Mentone band performs
UCLA's premier reggae group delivers an evening of roots groove to feed your soul and Jamaican food to feed your tummy.

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Free, outdoors, light refreshments provided.

On Thursday, February 3, 2005 7–9 PM

Roundtable Discussion: Healing Arts and Heavenly Cures: Botánicas and Alternative Medicine in Los Angeles

UCLA scholars including Michael Owen Jones, Bonnie Taub, Patrick A. Polk, and Claudia J. Hernández join with practitioners to discuss alternative and folk medical practices in Southern California and consider their impact on health-seeking behaviors, healthcare policy, and community well-being.

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