List of Persian/Iranian Events for 2005-03-17

    Norouz Celebration in Oakland

    Bay Area Thursday - March 17, 2005     09:30 AM

    Date: March 17, 2005
    Time: 9:30 (Morning Break)
    Location: California Department of Transportation

    During the morning break time pastry and refreshment will be served.
    A Haft-Sean table will be set for exhibition.
    A two-minute speech describing the yearly event will take place as well.
    A high rank official, most likely Mr. Bijan Sartipi, CalTrans District 4 director will greet everyone and wishes, on behalf of CalTrans (California Department of Transportaion), a happy new year to all the participants.

    Norouz event on March 17th, as in the previous years will be visited by hundrends of colleague workers in the 15 story building.

    At lunch time a luncheon is organized by Iranian employees.
    From: Davoud Changizi (davoud0@yahoo.com)

    Red Lines and Deadlines

    Boston Thursday - March 17, 2005     05:30 PM

    Thursday, March 17
    The Carr Center Film Series Presents:
    "Red Lines and Deadlines"
    5:30PM Pizza
    6:00PM Film and Discussion
    Wiener Auditorium
    Taubman Building
    Kennedy School
    Cosponsored by the Harvard Persian Society and the Human Rights PIC

    Twenty-five years after the Islamic Revolution in Iran, the struggle for political reform is the big story. In this Wide Angle program we see behind the scenes with one of Iran's leading reformist newspapers. Founded less than a year ago and already Iran's 4th largest daily, the Shargh newspaper has quickly built a loyal readership among Iran's intellectuals, opinion makers, politicians, and the young. With such a youthful staff (the average age is 28), with more female journalists than any other paper, and committed to professional journalism and neutral reporting, Shargh is a lightning rod for censorship. Authorities have closed the paper down once already. Wide Angle documents three weeks in the life of this remarkable newspaper, following reporters out on stories ranging from Saddam Hussein's first appearance in court; to a horrific bus collision that exposes Iran's abysmal road safety record; to the trial of a professor sentenced to death for criticizing the ruling clerics; to the death of Marlon Brando. The story of these daring journalists offers powerful insight into the complexities of today's Iran.




    Movie Night

    Bay Area - East Bay Thursday - March 17, 2005     07:00 PM

    ISAA and Persian Center present:

    “Ten”
    The latest movie made by the Iranian master filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami.
    The movie is focused around ten conversations between a female driver in Tehran and the passengers she picks up. The passengers who range from a prostitute to a woman on her way to prayer, shed light on different aspects of Iranian women’s lives whose voices are seldom heard in the society.

    Nominee for the 2002 Cannes Film Festival’s Golden Palm award
    Chosen by "Les Cahiers du cinéma" (France) as one of the 10 best pictures of 2002

    Where: Persian Center
    2029 Durant Ave, Berkeley, Ca.
    When: Thursday, March 17th
    @ 7:00 p.m.


    Shabeh Jomeh DC

    Washington DC Thursday - March 17, 2005     07:30 PM

    Thursdsay March 17th, 2005
    Norouz Celebration

    Blue Gin
    1206 Wisconsin Avenue NW
    Washington, DC
    Tel: 202.965.5555
    www.bluegindc.com

    7:30pm onward
    email: dc@shabehjomeh.com
    From: Leila Abdi (dc@shabehjomeh.com)

    Shabeh Jomeh - DC

    Washington DC Thursday - March 17, 2005     07:30 PM

    Shabeh Jomeh is a monthly gathering of Iranian Professionals living in the metropolitan areas of major cities across the world. Shabeh Jomeh meets on the third thursday of every month in Chicago, DC metro, London, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle, and Sydney.

    The next Shabeh Jomeh is on March 17, 2005. To find out where Shabeh Jomeh meets in DC, please visit www.shabehjomeh.com
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