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2009, Last-minute ideas for a Saturday in the city:add
- Out of Africa You may not be able to pronounce their names correctly, but the performers at the 21st edition of Afrofest Malian "wassoulou" singer Oumou Sangar; Toronto's Kemer Yusuf, now one of Ethiopia's top pop stars; and local reggae act Kwesi Selassie, among others represent one of the most eclectic and intriguing musical lineups at any cultural festival this summer.