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At 09:18 PM 12/14/2004, Omar Gagale wrote:

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Dear all,

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Dear All,

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I want to tell you that I am opening club timbuktu on
22nd of December.There had been a couple of write ups

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I want to tell you that I am opening Club Timbuktu on
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A place with music, food, and conviviality, to warm the souls of all of God’s children, in a neighborhood where people know that diversity is our strength

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Omar Gagale’s First On-Line Announcement:

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Omar Gagale and Youssouf Komara will launch Milwaukee’s “Timbuktu,” the last week of December

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At 09:18 PM 12/14/2004, dini gagale wrote:

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  • Omar would very much like to talk with people who would like to perform to plan family/friend/community events (414 630 2122):
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Dear all,

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Musicians and bands playing African, Latino, Caribbean, Reggae, and World Music
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I want to tell you that I am opening club timbuktu on
22nd of December.There had been a couple of write ups
about the place. Pls go to http://www.Mkeonline.com ,and
http://www.onmilwaukee.com,and search “timbuktu” on their search engines respectively.

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A place with music, food, and conviviality, to warm the souls of all of God’s children, in a neighborhood where people know that diversity is our strength

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Poets interested in performances and poetry bashes
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Omar Gagale and Youssouf Komara will launch Milwaukee’s “Timbuktu,” the last week of December

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Community activists looking for interesting places to hold meetings, benefits, and all-city brainstorming
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  • Timbuktu will be an African Music and Culture Venue
  • Timbuktu will serve food and drink, from Africa to Milwaukee
  • Omar would very much like to talk with people who would like to perform to plan family/friend/community events (414 630 2122):
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Here’s what Stephen Kinzer of the “New York Times” said about Omar’s and his wife’s Lula’s other business, Lula’s East African Cafe.

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Musicians and bands playing African, Latino, Caribbean, Reggae, and World Music
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Where to Eat

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Fine ethnic places are sprouting all over town. For inexpensive and delightfully original dishes from Africa, try Lula’s Cafe at 2921 North Oakland Avenue, (414) 962–1183. Ethiopian, Somali and Eritrean specialties, including one made with goat meat, come with injera, a tasty flatbread, and alicha, made from lentils and cabbage. Four can eat heartily for $40. Daily 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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http://travel2.nytimes.com/mem/travel/article-page.html?pagewanted=2&res=9507E3DB173EF930A3575BC0A9659C8B63 Click on here for entire article

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Poets interested in performances and poetry bashes
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Community activists looking for interesting places to hold meetings, benefits, and all-city brainstorming
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Here’s what Stephen Kinzer of the “New York Times” said about Omar’s and his wife’s Lula’s other business, Lula’s East African Cafe.

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Where to Eat

Fine ethnic places are sprouting all over town. For inexpensive and delightfully original dishes from Africa, try Lula’s Cafe at 2921 North Oakland Avenue, (414) 962–1183. Ethiopian, Somali and Eritrean specialties, including one made with goat meat, come with injera, a tasty flatbread, and alicha, made from lentils and cabbage. Four can eat heartily for $40. Daily 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.

http://travel2.nytimes.com/mem/travel/article-page.html?pagewanted=2&res=9507E3DB173EF930A3575BC0A9659C8B63 Click on here for entire article

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Milwaukee’s “Timbuktu” on Center and Booth, in Riverwest

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Milwaukee’s “Timbuktu” on Center St. in Riverwest

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Milwaukee’s “Timbuktu” on Center and Booth, in Riverwest

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Omar Gagale and Youssouf Komara are soon to launch Milwaukee’s “Timbuktu,” on Center and Booth, in Riverwest, sometime in December.

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A place with music, food, and conviviality, to warm the souls of all of God’s children, in a neighborhood where people know that diversity is our strength

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Omar Gagale and Youssouf Komara will launch Milwaukee’s “Timbuktu,” the last week of December

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  • Timbuktu will serve food and drink, the food from Lula’s East African and Italian Restaurant, the drink from local and African sources
  • Omar would very much like to talk with people (414 630 2122):
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  • Timbuktu will serve food and drink, from Africa to Milwaukee
  • Omar would very much like to talk with people who would like to perform to plan family/friend/community events (414 630 2122):
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Standing night once a month reserved for Ko-Thi?
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Standing night once a month reserved for Ko-Thi? One Drum? Drum circles? Rumi readings? Soap Box Orations?
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Community activists looking for interesting places to hold meetings, benefits, and all-city brainstorming
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Community activists looking for interesting places to hold meetings, benefits, and all-city brainstorming

Here’s what Stephen Kinzer of the “New York Times” said about Omar’s and his wife’s Lula’s other business, Lula’s East African Cafe.

Where to Eat

Fine ethnic places are sprouting all over town. For inexpensive and delightfully original dishes from Africa, try Lula’s Cafe at 2921 North Oakland Avenue, (414) 962–1183. Ethiopian, Somali and Eritrean specialties, including one made with goat meat, come with injera, a tasty flatbread, and alicha, made from lentils and cabbage. Four can eat heartily for $40. Daily 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.

http://travel2.nytimes.com/mem/travel/article-page.html?pagewanted=2&res=9507E3DB173EF930A3575BC0A9659C8B63 Click on here for entire article

November 11, 2004, at 04:54 PM by MeganWinesGodsil -
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Standing night once a month reserved for Ko-Thi?
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Describe GroupTemplate here.

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Milwaukee’s “Timbuktu” on Center St. in Riverwest

Omar Gagale and Youssouf Komara are soon to launch Milwaukee’s “Timbuktu,” on Center and Booth, in Riverwest, sometime in December.

  • Timbuktu will be an African Music and Culture Venue
  • Timbuktu will serve food and drink, the food from Lula’s East African and Italian Restaurant, the drink from local and African sources
  • Omar would very much like to talk with people (414 630 2122):

  1. Musicians and bands playing African, Latino, Caribbean, Reggae, and World Music

  2. Artists versed in African themes

  3. Poets interested in performances and poetry bashes

  4. Community activists looking for interesting places to hold meetings, benefits, and all-city brainstorming
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