Saturday, June 18, 2005

Live Formally Nude Girl

I live between two strip clubs. One of them is highlighted in this Nerve article.

I never was an all nude stripper. Just topless and a thong. For some reason keeping my choch covered made the whole experience seem um , less dirty?

This article reminded me that I really need to finish that book about my dancing days/nights.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

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Dear colega,

The future of the Institute for Puerto Rican Policy (IPR) is at stake and
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As you may be aware, The Institute for Puerto Rican Policy (IPR), is
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IPR has been committed to addressing critical issues facing Puerto Ricans
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Whether it has been making sure that our community participated fully in the
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6/20/2005 11:52:00 PM  
Blogger Edwin R. said...

Bueno... Ese tal Angelo Falcon esta pasao' pidiendo dinero en los Blogs... hehe... You maintain a very interesting Blog by the way :) I will continue reading :)

6/21/2005 12:16:00 AM  
Blogger nehanda said...

i like reading your trails because of not just your honesty..which is so liberating..its funny as hell.. been mia..happy trails

6/21/2005 09:36:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

trails? or trials?

more for porto-rocks...

(enjoy! because I certainly won't!)

“THE LIFE AND ART OF WILLIAM CEPEDA”

FREE and OPEN to the PUBLIC:

Award-Winning Film Screening “El Trombon de Bomba” documentary by Louise
Ernst, About the Life & Art of Composer William Cepeda. This rarely seen
documentary is set in Loíza, Puerto Rico, Europe
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his work as an artist.

DATE: Tuesday June 28, 2005
TIME: 6-8 pm
LOCATION: City College, NAC Building, 138th St. /Convent Ave., Room 5501.

Q & A session moderated by: Dr. Georgina Falú, President- Falú Foundation &
Chair- Pan- Afstrag-USA and Nicholas Arture, Exec. Director of the
Association of Hispanic Arts


William Cepeda is a 2004 Artists’ Fellowship recipient of the New York
Foundation for the Arts (NYFA). This presentation is co-sponsored by Artists
& Audiences Exchange, a public program of NYFA. Widely recognized composer
and trombonist William Cepeda has traveled worldwide performing with many
great jazz and Latin artists. As a composer, Cepeda has developed an
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experiences. Cepeda's music reflects traditional Afro-Puerto Rican rhythms
and sounds.

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