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This summer around The world TapahTuu TÄnÄ kesÄnÄ Culture rules in Helsinki The annual Helsinki Festival marks the last hurrah in the city's summer events calendar. Concerts, dance and theatre productions, film screenings and more attract hundreds of thousands of culture lovers from August 19 to September 4. Part of the festivities are the annual Art Goes Kapakka festival (Aug 18­27), which brings visual art, live music and more to the city's bars, and the Viapori Jazz festival (Aug 24­27). Helsingin juhlaviikot (19.8.­ 4.9.) päättää kaupungin kesän musiikin, tanssin ja elokuvien sekä sirkuksen ja teatterin voimin. Osana juhlaviikkoja ovat Art Goes Kapakka -festivaali (18.­27.8) sekä Viapori Jazz (24.­27.8.). helsinginjuhla iikot.fi/en v Chic Finnish finds From June 1 to 19, a special pop-up store will introduce Parisian shoppers to 46 of Finland's quirkiest and most fashionable brands. Among the items on display are TitiMadam's animal jewellery and Irene Mikaela's accessories made of reindeer leather and wood. A similar concept will be brought to other European cities in 2012, when Helsinki is the European Capital of Culture. Pariisissa järjestettävä pop-upkauppa Putiikki tekee nuoria suomalaisia brändejä tutuksi 19.6. saakka. Tarjolla on muun muassa TitiMadamin leikkimielisiä eläinkoruja ja Irene Mikaelan poronnahasta ja puusta tehtyjä asusteita. putiikkishop.fi Social activism on film The 22nd annual Human Rights Watch Film Festival at New York City's Lincon Center showcases theme-appropriate films from 12 countries from June 16 to 30. This year's lineup includes documentaries on woman prisoners of Afghanistan and Colombia's paramilitary groups, as well as The Whistleblower, a Bosnia-themed thriller starring Rachel Weisz. New Yorkin Lincoln Center järjestää 22. kerran Human Rights Watch -filmifestivaalin 16.­30.6. Dokumentit käsittelevät tällä kertaa muun muassa Afganistanin naisvankeja ja Kolumbian puolisotilaallisia ryhmiä sekä sodanjälkeista Bosniaa. hrw.org/en/iff/newyork Drivers go wild in Kenya From June 17 to 19, the roar of engines rings across the terrains around Nairobi, Kenya. The Safari Rally, part of the African Rally Championship and covering 720 kilometres, was first held in 1953. For the past three years, the race has been won by a Kenyan driver. Pöly lentää Safari-rallissa Keniassa. Ralli on osa Afrikan mestaruuskilpailua. 17.­19. kesäkuuta järjestettävässä kilpailussa ajetaan 720 kilometrin reitti. Tommi Mäkinen ja Juha Kankkunen ovat kisan aikaisempia voittajia. safarirally.net ENG ENG ENG FIN FIN FIN 9 4 2 3 10 6 7 FIN ENG 1 8 5 66 BluE WINGs summER 2011

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