The services will start plying from August 25. Train No. 01013 from CSTM to Madgaon, from August 25 to September 12, will depart at 00.20 hours and reach at 14.10 hours next day. Train No. 01014 will leave Madgaon will leave at 14.40 and reach CSTM at 05.15 on next day.The trains will halt at Dadar, Thane, Panvel, Roha, Mangaon, Veer, Khed, Chiplun, Savarde, Aravali Road, Sangameshwar, Ratnagiri, Adavali, Vilawade, Rajapur Road, Vaibhavwadi Road, Nandgaon Road, Kankavali, Sindhudurg, Kudal, Sawantwadi Rd, Madure, Pernem, Thivim and Karmali stations. The train will have 18 coaches with composition of 10 sleeper coaches, two AC 3 tier, one AC 2 tier, three general and two sleeper coaches.Train No. 01403 will depart from LTT at 00.50 hours and will reach 15.30 hours with daily service from August 29 to September 12. Train No. 01404 from Madgaon will leave at 16.00 hours and reach LLT at 07.45 hours. 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"I trust and believe that our local problem has universality," Lim says. Adoptive Dissensus," a nighttime cruise along the Han River with staged interludes on the banks; and the newest, "The Weight of Hands," where infrared photography turns humans into aliens, water into lava and distant cranes on a construction site into swans. On opening night, Lim will collaborate with Minneapolis based choreographer Emily Johnson (Emily Johnson/Catalyst) on a performance called "Firecliff 3." Johnson and her company will wear Lim's sculptures of foam, velvet, feathers and bone. It was the Walker's idea to bring Johnson and Lim together, and Lim loves collaboration, but the two come from completely different worlds. "They have been finding similarities and differences," says exhibition curator Clara Kim. "One of the things that plays out in the performance is Emily's relationship to nature and the land, which is very different to Minouk's, whose nature is a landscape of concrete, bulldozers and construction sites." Together they will explore nature, myth and civilization. The performance takes place in the gallery where Lim's works are being shown. Thursday, free. "Minouk Lim: Heat of Shadows" through Sept. 2. FMI. Tonight at Minneapolis Central Library on Nicollet Mall, Pulitzer Prize winner Richard Ford launches Talk of the Stacks' summer season by presenting his new novel, "Canada." We don't know if he'll read the beginning, but here it is: Photo by Laura WilsonRichard Ford "First, I'll tell about the robbery our parents committed. A new independent bookstore opens in June in the space recently vacated by Garrison Keillor's Common Good Books. Subtext (the perfect name for a basement bookstore) is owned by Sue Zumberge, former manager of Common Good. Unowsky once had a similar job at Magers Quinn. After he was let go from there, David Enyeart was hired, but now Enyeart is at Common Good. My head kind of hurts after writing this. A flowchart would have been simpler. On Friday at Common Good Books, Dana Gioia reads from his new book of poetry, "Pity the Beautiful." Gioia, who teaches at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, chaired the National Endowment for the Arts from 2003 2009. Among his accomplishments at the NEA was the creation of the NEA Jazz Masters Fellowship, the Pulitzer Prize of jazz. Gioia's new book was published by Graywolf Press in St. Paul. A reception will follow the reading. FMI. On Thursday at the James J. Hill Reference Library, the Real Phonic Radio Hour presents the Honeydogs with Desdamona. Led by Adam Levy, the Honeydogs recently released their 10th studio album, "What Comes After." Desdamona is a hip hop and spoken word artist who often performs (as Ill Chemistry) with beatboxer Carnage. The Real Phonic Radio Hour is a monthly showcase of American roots music, poetry, and the arts in a spectacular setting: a private library in downtown St. Paul with soaring ceilings, stately columns and lots of wood. Real Phonic is also a band whose members are Erik Koskinen, Paul Bergen, Molly Maher, Frankie Lee, JT Bates and Thom Middlebrook. Thursday. Tickets here or at the door on the day of the show. Drummer JT Bates is one of the artists featured in Andrea Swensson's recent blog post about the jazz rock overlap in the Twin Cities music community. Swensson spoke with Bates, bassist James Buckley, cellist Jacqueline Ultan, and pianist Bryan Nichols about their experiences playing many sides of the Twin Cities scene. At the Walker, performing arts curator Philip Bither has often commented on how the lines between genres are blurring. Choreographed by Walker favorite Bill T. Jones, "Fela!" opens June 12 at the Ordway. Even those (especially those) who claim not to like musicals should think seriously about going. "Fela!" is the high energy, incendiary story of Nigerian superstar Fela Anikulapo Kuti, musician, composer, inventor of Afrobeat and political activist. Audience members leave dancing. Here's the real Fela playing the Berlin jazz festival in 1978. Here's a glimpse of the Broadway show that won three Tonys in 2010. Six days only (June 12 17). FMI and tickets. screening of "Inspired: The Voices Against Prop 8." Director Charlie Gage will be on hand to answer questions. Easter's screenplays have been read at the Jungle and the Guthrie. FMI, trailers and tickets. and Canada. An art festival this large that's been around for so long could have a better organized, more helpful website, I'm just saying. On Saturday: Soul food on the 35th floor. A benefit for Obsidian Arts, "Artists Who Cook" is a fusion of art, food and music. Guest artists include Larry M. 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On Saturday night, Orchestra Hall, which is now looking past due for its makeover, was filled to capacity and beyond, from the highest tiers to the very back, where people held standing room tickets. Before the concert began, our own Jack Brass Band (you can hear them every Tuesday at the Driftwood Char Bar) held forth in the lobby; once the audience had been shooed to their seats, the band walked slowly down an aisle and onto the stage playing "The Old Rugged Cross." The first half of the concert belonged to the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, the most famous and revered of all NOLA jazz bands; earlier this year, they marked their 50th anniversary at Carnegie Hall. For the second half, Irvin Mayfield, the Orchestra's artistic director of jazz since 2008 (he'll be back next year), led his Grammy winning New Orleans Jazz Orchestra in a performance that threatened to burn holes through the stage. NOJO is a big band with several great soloists and a sense of humor. They brought a surprise guest, Davell Crawford (aka "the piano prince of New Orleans"), and kept inviting Pres Hall back on stage, which made the concert feel even more like a party for and among friends. Clarinetist Evan Christopher, who appeared at the Hopkins Center for the Arts earlier this month and is scheduled for the Minnesota Orchestra Clarinet Festival in November, played the most thrilling solo I have ever heard on that skinny little instrument, after which the crowd roared and jumped to their feet. the concert ended with a second line out the door. Then members of both bands and many audience members marched down Nicollet Mall to the Dakota, where the Southside Aces did Minnesota proud. It was a night for the books. Someone should write a song about it. Cheap Retro Jordan Low 11 Bred Gs jump to contentmy subreddits limit my search to /r/malefashionadviceuse the following search parameters to narrow your results:see the search faq for details. 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