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Sundays and Cybele

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Mother's Day and a fostering programme for wild elephants

The Sunday Guardian
Cybele, the pregnant mother goddess of Anatolia-Turkey, was adopted by ancient Rome as Magna Mater (Great Mother) after Rome had absorbed her Greek and Phrygian homelands; Cybele is pictured in a chariot drawn by lions, with her foot on a globe ...

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Teaching others about the world, one dance step at a time

The San Diego Union-Tribune
There was always music playing in her home growing up, and Cybele Pena remembers always moving to it. A lifelong dancer, Pena is inspired and grounded by the movement of her body to music and shares that expression with children and adults throughout ...

1963 Academy Awards Foreign Language Film Winner Sundays and Cybele News

Arts for Learning San Diego hosts Carnaval at the Jacobs Center

The San Diego Union-Tribune
Afro-Cuban and Brazilian ensemble Sol e Mar and dancer Cybele Nieman Pena will engage the audience in a performance of dancing and drumming. End the party by ... Family Arts Day in the Diamond — Brazilian Carnaval: 1 to 3:30 p.m. Sunday. Jacobs ...

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Ask Mick LaSalle: What best picture winners really deserved it?

San Francisco Chronicle
Dear Mick: When I was an early teen, I became fixated on the French movie “Sundays and Cybele” (1962) and saw it five times. Of course, I've changed a bit since then, matured, probably, and consequently may have lost some of the staggeringly shattering ...

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