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It’s going to be big beats O’ sound for this week’s World Music Show (1/13). From an hour of Afrobeat, with a look at its past, present and future, to some classic Brazilian beats by a master statesmen who worked some hip-hop legends, to some Dub beats as well as some brand-spanking new Latin alternative music, it’ll be Beats O’ Plenty!

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This Week from Artsline

Thursday, January 18th

First meeting of Sabine Horn's 8-week course. Classes include free conversation, short stories, German Scrabble and/or a movie. An Open Univ. offering.
First Winter Session meeting of the continuing class led by Tim Martin. Some knowledge of Spanish is required. An 8-week course sponsored by TSCOR.
Lives & works of Woolf, Eliot, Morrison, Cather, Didion, and Atwood are examined by Barbara Felton during 8 weekly sessions of this course for OU students.
George Pangburn examines the physical and cultural region: its economic, political, and human geography. Weekly classes meet through 3/8 for OU students.