List of Persian/Iranian Events for 2009-02-25

    Azadeh Moaveni - Journalist & Author

    Bay Area - Peninsula Wednesday - February 25, 2009     12:00 PM

    Azadeh Moaveni - Journalist & Author
    Commonwealth Club - Silicon Valley
    February 25, 2009
    As one of the few American correspondents allowed to work continuously in Iran since 1999, Azadeh Moaveni has reported widely on women's rights, Islamic reform, and youth culture. She will discuss her personal experiences living and working in Iran, including how, after facing the threat of arrest, she fled the country to protect her family's safety
    Tickets: $10Info
    Phone: 800-847-7730
    Dates:
    February 25, 2009
    Times:
    Program: 12pm
    Book Signing: 1pm
    Le Petit Trianon
    72 N. 5th Street San Jose, CA 95112

    Senior Parent's Night,

    Bay Area - San Francisco Wednesday - February 25, 2009     06:00 PM

    Senior Parent's Night, WED, Feb 25th, 6pm, Persian Center, 2029
    Durant Avenue in Berkeley; free admission, refreshments will be
    served.

    ARUSI PERSIAN WEDDING - Film Screening

    Bay Area - San Francisco Wednesday - February 25, 2009     06:30 PM

    Set against the turbulent relationship between the U.S. and Iran, Iranian-American filmmaker Marjan Tehrani captures the struggle and excitement of Alex and Heather as they plan a Persian Islamic wedding in Iran. But when Alex’s Iranian-born parents and Heather’s conservative American father meet for the first time, cultures clash and test the couple to their limits.

    Film screening will be followed by a panel discussion with guests including filmmaker, Marjan Tehrani.

    Screening in free and open to the public.
    Free parking in the Museum parking lot.

    Inside Iran with Azadeh Moaveni

    Bay Area - San Francisco Wednesday - February 25, 2009     08:00 PM

    Inside Iran with Azadeh Moaveni

    Time magazine Middle East correspondent Azadeh Moaveni (Lipstick Jihad) is one of the most knowledgeable and unconventional Western reporters writing about Iran. After her move to Tehran in 2005 to cover President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's troublesome entry onto the world stage, she was forced to personally confront the country's fundamentalist turn as a woman and as a journalist. Moaveni brings to life a country that is at once immensely important to the West and deeply misunderstood.

    Wednesday, Feb 25
    8:00 PM

    $9 ticket fee using promo code IRAN50
    For tickets call 415-292-1233, or go to: www.jccsf.org/arts



    JCC of San Francisco
    3200 California Street (at Presidio), San Francisco CA, 94118
    http://www.jccsf.org

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