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Sunday, 10 July 2011 16:24

 

By ROMEO P. MARQUEZ

Member, Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE), Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) and National Ethnic Press and Media Council of Canada (NEPMCC)

 

T here's still time all day today, Sunday, July 10, to view the art exhibits at Nathan Phillips Square in front of Toronto City Hall. The event is the largest of its kind in Canada.

 

Here's my brief story and video coverage (at Digital Journal) to get a preview of what's happening there. Click the link:
http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/308956

 

Earlier coverage is at The Filipino Web Channel: 50 Years of Art in Toronto at: " mce_href="/">

 

And The Gotcha Journalist Channel has the “My Wet Lips Are Unsealed,” an interview with Carina Francioso at: " mce_href="/">

 

For other stories and photos, please visit: 

1. http://currentsbreakingnews.blogspot.com/ 

2. http://torontonewsroom.blogspot.com/

3. http://timecircumstance.blogspot.com/

4. http://travelsthemes.blogspot.com/ 

5. http://gotchajournalist.blogspot.com/ .

 

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