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Dalai Lama's visit with students to be televised

 

The Dalai Lama's visit with East Palo Alto eighth graders Wednesday afternoon (Oct. 13) will be televised live worldwide by the Palo Alto-based Midpeninsula Community Media Center.

Executive Director Annie Folger said the live telecast will be from 1:30 to 2:20 p.m. The visit can be seen both on cable Channel 30 and on the Internet via the Institutional Network (I-Net, built by Comcast), as well as on the Media Center's Web stream at www.communitymediacenter/watch/stream/ .

The Dalai Lama will be visiting with eighth graders in the Ravenswood City School District.

He is also visiting Stanford University in a sold-out schedule of appearances this week.

The Media Center is a non-profit organization serving Palo Alto, Stanford, Mountain View and East Palo Alto, located on San Antonio Way (off San Antonio Road a short distance west of Highway 101) in Palo Alto.

-- Palo Alto Weekly staff

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Posted by Paul Losch
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on Oct 12, 2010 at 5:57 pm

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At the risk of showing some irreverance toward His Holiness, the Dalai Lama, I am reminded of a rhyme by the humorist Ogden Nash:

"The one "l" lama," he's a priest

"The two "ll" llama," he's a beast

"And I bet you my silk pajama

"There's no such thing as a three "lll" lllama."


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