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Past Eclectica Events

2010

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February 28
03:30 am
The Ark
Ann Arbor , MI
Eclectica The Ark
2009

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August 07
07:00 pm
The Basement
Nashville , TN
Eclectica The Basement

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July 22
07:30 pm
World Cafe Live
Philadelphia , PA
Eclectica World Cafe Live

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July 19
08:00 pm
State Theater
State College , PA
Eclectica State Theater

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July 17
08:00 pm
Evans Amphitheatre At Cain Park
Cleveland , OH
Eclectica Evans Amphitheatre At Cain Park

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Beware the big investment bubbles

Say those long-term investment and we should consider Agriculture Coalition, wakliktika. Dini tips box "visionary foresight" which returned from 7 per cent on average for three years, and income funds: income and Schroeder.
April 2011

Save Atiqah ā?? Second Chances Flea Market

Thus, to help raise funds for the campaign "save obsolete", we join the flea market "akliktika" in "bigionholi" on Sunday, 10 April. We.
April 2011

Japan hurts computer-driven hedge funds

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March 2011

Two 'killer reasons' to buy commodities

CF akliktika agriculture also tends and agribusiness world first State funds to benefit from rising food prices. Mr. McDermott: "agricultural commodities have longer-term drivers in place ā ?" for example,
March 2011

COMMODITIES: Cultivated crisis

Meanwhile, world grain supplies fell 2.5 per cent less demand this year, says Lee George, Director of the Fund "agriculture akliktika. As a result, require harvesting with the growing demand at around 2.5 per cent per year, to grow by 5 percent next year, which says that.
March 2011