By Punch Pep Correspondent Elizabeth Fischer
This is one of my favorite places.Â I love exploring and learning and National Geographic offers both â€“ through its exhibits and Live! Series.Â On April 17th, join countless others to learn about the Changing Face of Marseille.Â To sweeten the pot â€“ for two lucky readers â€“ if you register and buy one ticket you can have a second ticket for free.
About the Event:
Photographer Ed Kashi traveled to Marseille, Franceâ€™s second largest city and a magnet for North African immigrants.Â Known for his insightful coverage of the Muslim world, Kashi discovered people of all backgrounds, native and newcomer, living together peacefully in this diverse Mediterranean seaport.Â On Tuesday learn about is adventure through his photographs and stories.
This type of event is always fun because you can learn a lot about other cultures.
WHEN: Tuesday, April 17, 2012
TIME: 7:30 p.m.
LOCATION: National Geographic Headquarters in Washington DC
PRICE: NG members $18; General Public $20
Attorney Elizabeth Fischer is Punch Pep Correspondent. She is working as an Entrepreneur, Lawyer and Student (environmental studies), covering events for Pamela’s Punch as a generalist correspondent. When she is not working, studying or playing soccer or tennis, she is walking her pups, traveling the globe, running marathons, and enjoying all DC has to offer. Contact her at email@example.com.