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The Bulletin on Bruzz: 16 September
Sheep in the city
While sheep may be typically found in the countryside, one local shepherd plans on walking his flock around the perimeter streets of Brussels. This autumn, David D’Hondt hopes to walk his own herd along the Green Walk of Brussels, a 60km circular route, which aims to preserve the natural heritage of the city.
Kool Koor, (Charles Hargrove) a New York-born Brussels-based artist is considered by many to be one of the most influential and pivotal urban artists of the original NYC urban scene. Originally known for his space-age-inspired works, which range from surreal scenes to intricate works of abstraction, his style is unique and instantly recognizable. He is one of the original graffiti pioneers whose works influenced many who came after him. He tells how life led him from a childhood in the South Bronx to worldwide recognition and a life in Belgium.
An Indian in Brussels creates cultural bridges
Nupur Tron Chowdry fell in love with the Horta designed Hôtel Frison in the Sablon and she's busy restoring it. But she is also planning an ambitious cross cultural program to bring Indian and Belgian cultures together, using the house as the physical heart of the endeavour.
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