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To Do This Weekend: Sulha Benefit Concert for Peace (because hippies are cool again)

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Maybe you, along with the rest of the world, breathed a great sigh of relief and joy this past Tuesday night. It’s like Christmas came early this year! (which is good because we’re kinda strapped for cash).

Anyway, there is a beacon of light, but we are so not out of this deep dank hole just yet. That’s why we wanted to clue you in about an event happening this weekend by what we’d like to call the neo-hippie movement, something we are sure to see plenty more of in the coming months. Because you know what? These aren’t your parents’ hippies…these are ambassadors of consciousness! And that’s totally cool. So come ooon people noww, smile on your bruhhther, everybuhhdy get togeth…ok you get it.  

This Saturday November 8, Sulha Benefit Concert for Peace.

Sulha Peace Project
WHAT: The Sulha Peace Project is “a non-profit organization working to develop a culture of peaceful co-existence and equality amongst Israelis, Arabs, Jews and Muslims.”  The concert is benefiting their cause – something we can all support.  

WHO: Debra Winger, Coleman Barks, Dr. Gabriel Cousens, Hassan Hakmoun, Karsh Kale, Vishal Vaid, Gabriel Meyer Halevy, Amen, and more

WHEN: Doors 6pm, Event starts 7pm, runs til about 11pm.

WHERE: The Church of St. Paul and St. Mary | 263 West 86th Street, New York City

IT’S A BENEFIT FOLKS: $45 in advance | $50 day of | $100 VIP
Get $36 discounted tix online at ticketweb with code word FACEBOOK

For more details go to http://www.globesonic.com/sulhapeace/

They have a Facebook page too.

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