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First dusting of the season. The site of Úlfljótsvatnskirkja dates back to the settlement era, the current structure was built in 1914. The provenance is explained below by Börkur Hrólfsson (“Emperor of Northern Lights”): Úlfur is wolf and ljótur is today ugly, but in the old days it meant facial expressions. So the first lawspeaker […]

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An evening of Hindustani music. These are scenes from the Living Traditions concert held at the Kala Academy in Panjim on December 17, as part of the ongoing Serendipity Arts Festival. The show was conceived and curated by the eminent Indian musician Shubha Mudgal and narrated by Rahul Vohra. The blurb for the programme read: […]

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