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Scarf conundrum grips Turkey


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– Scarf conundrum grips Turkey
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– Kilbane ‘” You’re a Star!

Scarf conundrum grips Turkey
BBC News – Feb 25, 2004
It’s a separation which many here in Turkey are keen to show the world. They want to present a country which is secular modern and Western. It was an image captured perfectly in last year’s Turkish winning entry in the Eurovision song contest. Sparsely-clad Sertab Erener’s song “Every Way That I Can” fused Eastern rhythms and hip-hop and became the country’s first-ever winner. But that image does not reflect the whole of Turkey. In fact it is estimated that as many as 65% of Turkish women cover their heads with a scarf. But women wearing headscarves are not allowed to enter state-controlled areas such as schools universities or government offices.

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Press-Enterprise – Feb 24, 2004
Dancing at McCallum Palm Desert’s McCallum Theatre has attracted two marquee dance companies: Riverdance (tonightthrough Sunday) and the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre (March 4). Riverside celebrates Irish music song and dance. It began 10 years ago as part of Ireland’s entry in the 1994 Eurovision Song Contest; since then the show has toured internationally. The eight performances at McCallum include matinees Saturday and Sunday. The Alvin Ailey company is celebrating its 45th anniversary with a nationwide tour. Ailey’s dancers have performed for an estimated 19 million people in 68 countries on six continents. Tickets for Riverdance range from $55 to $95 depending on the performance; seats for the Ailey show cost $20 $45 or $65.

Kilbane ‘” You’re a Star!
Western People – Feb 25, 2004
” Around Achill Island and neighbouring areas they raised their glasses to the local man who is enjoying a phenomenal run in the popular television series to select Ireland’s Eurovision singer for 2004. Kilbane finished second in the voting last night up from fourth the previous week hinting that he is peaking just at the right time. He carries the good wishes of the province as he seeks a place in the ‘Grand Final’ next Sunday night where he will battle it out with the other two contestants Chris Doran from Waterford and Jean Elliot from Cork.

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