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Tuesday January 22, 2019

Fortuna News

LA based, expat Brit poet John Tottenham tells us that “Art, Like Death, Makes Life More Interesting.” We cannot agree with him more. Highly recommendable, Arts Meme is a website dedicated to all of the arts. The curator Debra Levine, once a modern dancer, injects her freewheeling adventure with enthusiasm and energy. At Fortuna Daily, we’d rather disco than watch. So we asked Levine, “What’s up?” She replied, “See this!” Click Here We did and it’s amazing!

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Cryptik is one of LA’s “most dope” [sic] street artists with a soulful message. Or maybe Cryptik is just another one of those goddamned vandals! Whatever your feeling, Cryptik has a new pack of stickers out. Click Here
If you really are going to vandalize (or beautify) a neighborhood with long-lasting, silk-screened vinyl stickers, we recommend these.

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Swim With Mike benefits physically-challenged athletes with scholarships. It is a phenomenally inspiring organization. Bruce Furniss, our two time Olympic Gold Medal award-winner, is swimming for dollars. Click Here to sponsor a lap. It’s a great cause and a fascinating story.

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The pivotal day of the Egyptian Revolution was January 28th. The Battle of The Nile is an eyewitness account of the events which took place in Cairo on this historic day. The author, Greg Holt, is an accidental observer who was caught in the wrong place at the right time.

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SOJAI, a groovy ska band from the eternal heaven of Ojai (pronounced Oh-Hi), California has won the ’2011 Best Band Name Ever Award’ at the recent Fortuna Music Awards Show held last Thursday at the Casino Fortuna Resort in Caprice County. SOJAI also received the ‘Lyricist Award’ for their lyrics to their hit “Drinking Alone.” Bassist Loren Alford accepted the award for the band. Read More

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Daily Dose Pick: The Fellowship of Fortuna by Tanja M. Laden. Click HERE to see their page.
Celebrating the ancient Roman goddess of fortune and luck, the Fellowship of Fortuna is a combination good-luck cult, online store, and web-enabled carnival midway with virtual games of chance. Read More
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‘Marxist Glue’, a new street art show curated by Toks Shoyoye at Hold Up Art, redefines the Los Angeles community and challenges MOCA. You heard it here first.

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