"Venezuela Now Has Two Presidents, “Caravan of Gold” Exhibit Almost Nixed by Government Shutdown, “Cuban Visions” Film Series Brings Cuba’s filmmakers to Chicago | WBEZ
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"Venezuela Now Has Two Presidents, “Caravan of Gold” Exhibit Almost Nixed by Government Shutdown, “Cuban Visions” Film Series Brings Cuba’s filmmakers to Chicago

On today's show:

  • The leader of Venezuela's national assembly, Juan Guaidó, declared himself acting president in direct opposition to current leader Nicolás Maduro.
  • “Caravans of Gold”, the first major exhibition on medieval West Africa’s global reach, opens this Saturday at Northwestern's Block Museum of Art.
  • “Cuban Visions”, a new film series, starts in Chicago on Thursday, January 24, 2019, and runs through November 2019.



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