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Orson Welles Centennial, Schuman Declaration and Travel the World on 50 dollars a day

Film contributor, Milos Stehlik, talks aboutOrson Welles and a Centennial Festival in his honor with film critic and Welles scholar, Jonathan Rosenbaum May 9th marks the 65th anniversary of the Schuman Declaration designed to “make war between European states impossible” We celebrate the peacemaking power of the EU. Global citizen Nari Safavi recommends a concert of various genres of Russian folk music, a poetry festival featuring Iraqi and we find out how to travel the globe on $50 a day. PHOTO (AP): Almost unrecognizable behind his beard and dark glasses, Orson Welles made this appearance in Paris, France, March 14, 1950. His Shakespearean beard is one he grew for the film version which he completed in Morocco.

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