Results tagged with 'ko-thi'
Published Oct. 24, 2011
Chicago's public TV outlet announces it's picking up Al Jazeera's English-language news outlet just as the Qatar-based channel scoops the world with first news of Gaddafi's capture. ... DirecTV subscribers are the latest TV viewers facing the loss of programming in a carriage dispute. ... NBC gets viewers ready for the return of "Chuck."
Published May 3, 2010
Providing kids the chance to enjoy other cultures is fun, educational and important. The easiest way to celebrate another culture is to sample its food, music or performance. Here is a list of places to take kids for multicultural fun in Milwaukee.
Published Jan. 18, 2009
If the snow doesn't have you kicking up your heels, UWM Dance Department's upcoming "Winterdances: Human / Being" concert might get you into the swing of the season. The concert -- which includes new and revived works -- takes place at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 5 and is repeated at the same time on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 6 and 7 and at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 8 at UWM's Mainstage Theatre, 2400 E. Kenwood Blvd.
Published May 31, 2003
For Jahmes Tony Finlayson, drumming is more than a hobby. It's also a spiritual practice and a way of life for Finlayson, who is a member of One Drum, Ko-Thi African Dance Company and the jazz ensemble Clamnation.
Published Feb. 17, 2003
The Ko-Thi Dance Company, founded in 1969 by Ferne Yangyeitie Caulker, a native of Sierra Leone, West Africa and a UWM professor, Milwaukee's African dance troupe that has spent the last 30 years educating as well as entertaining audiences worldwide.