Clock Culture

Bab Boujloud

07/04/2010
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Bab Boujloud

Cafe Clock is situated near some of Fes’ most significant monuments. And if you’re like most visitors to Fes, one of the first landmarks you will encounter is Bab Boujloud as you enter the old Medina. Bab Boujloud is one of the most famed gates of Morocco, yet it’s surprisingly young. It was built...

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Clock Culture This Week April 05 – April 11

04/04/2010
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Clock Culture This Week April 05 – April 11

CLOCK CULTURE CONCERTS : Sunday at Sunset                                             6:30pm Zanouba Rai & Moroccan pop Every WEDNESDAY at 6:30 pm Jam @ The Clock CLOCK CULTURE MOVIES : Thursday movie                                                6:30pm My Name Is Khan Directed by Karan Johar. With Shahrukh Khan, Kajol,...

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Djellaba Button Micro Business

04/04/2010
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Djellaba Button Micro Business

The next time you walk into Café Clock, take a look at the wooden display case hanging on the right-hand side of the wall. This unpretentious little cupboard at the end of the narrow entryway houses an incredible story. Inside the case you will see a variety of highly textured and colorful articles of...

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Fes Education Forum

01/04/2010
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Fes Education Forum

For two weeks, Educative Films of Fes will be meeting in various venues to talk about the education system in this city. As part of this 2-week long program, there will be a two-day discussion group/forum held at Café Clock with film specialists, representatives from the Ministry of Education, Radio MFM Sais and leaders...

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The Water Clock

31/03/2010
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The Water Clock

Dar al-Magana (Arabic for “clockhouse”) is a house in Fes, Morocco, built by the Marinid Sultan Abu Inan Faris which holds a weight powered water clock. Cafe Clock is situated on Derb al-Magana alongside the clockhouse and is so named because of this fascinating landmark. The muwaqqit Abou al-Hassan Ibn Ali Ahmed Tlemsani was...

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Tara Stevens, Food Anthropologist

26/03/2010
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Tara Stevens, Food Anthropologist

Tara is on the right path. She’s traveling down the road of life doing exactly what she was meant to do all along … writing about food as a reflection of culture. She’s kind of a food anthropologist. Morocco is Tara’s latest focus and she’s discovered a wealth of opportunities to excavate the richness...

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