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Miko Peled: the general’s son who went from Israeli insider to government critic

Who better to tell the world about the state of Israel today than someone whose father served as a general in the 1967 war? Laurie Holden of the Hastings and Rye Palestine Solidarity Campaign writes.

Posted 14:12 Monday, Sep 30, 2019 In: Campaigns Tags:

Car Free Day and beyond: What next?

Following the Car Free Day, part of the Sustainability on Sea Festival, Transition Town Hastings and Hastings Urban Design Group invite you to attend a workshop:

Ore Community Centre Fun Palace

A day full of fun for all the family with lots of craft, exercise classes and hobbies to enjoy, including dance for older people, dance therapy, Zumba, drumming circle, print making, storytelling, chess, upcycling clothes, embroidery, Halloween theme painting, mosaic making and more. Graham Hodgson writes.

Posted 10:05 In: Community Arts Tags:
Danny George Wilson and Trevor Moss & Hannah Lou

Award-winning live Americana at the Electric Palace

Coming up on Friday 4 October, enjoy award-winning country-tinged folk rock at the Electric Palace cinema in Hastings Old Town. In advance of the show, Annie Waite speaks with the performers – a trio of big names in Americana: Danny George Wilson (aka Danny Champ), alongside his long-time friends and musical collaborators, Hastings-based husband and wife team, Trevor Moss & Hannah Lou.

Marcio daSilava

Marcio da Silva, music director of the Hastings Philharmonic Choir and the Hastings Philharmonic Orchestra

Marcio da Silva, conductor, singer and stage director, talks with HOT’s Chandra Masoliver about his life, music, and his work in Hastings and beyond.

Book launch: ‘Dhanmondi Road’

You’re invited to the book launch of Robin Young’s, Dhanmondi Road at Printed Matter Bookshop on Monday 14 October at 6pm. Free entry.

Posted 16:52 Saturday, Sep 28, 2019 In: Literature Tags: ,

Common Treasury of Adaptable Ideas: Event 2

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Benefit for Palestine raises £1,000

The recent ‘Come Dine For Palestine’ benefit at the Concordia Hall raised much needed funds for the British charity Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP). Laurie Holden of the Hastings and Rye branch of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) reports on the event.

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