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From Looking Glass Created On 25 February 2021
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Third Horizon Caribbean Film Festival – Teaser from Third Horizon

This fall, the inaugural Third Horizon Caribbean Film Festival will be held in Miami, bringing the best in film from the Caribbean and its diaspora to O Cinema Wynwood in Miami, FL.  Submit your short film at Deadline is August 12th. Video art by featured artist Nadia Huggins.  The festival is kindly supported by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Flow and Green Family Foundation.

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Through the Ground Glass
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Free People Presents A Letter

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Looking Glass was formed in 1969, by Elliot Lurie (lead guitar and vocals); Jeff Grob (drums); Larry Gonsky (piano); Pieter Sweval (bass); at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The original version of the band broke up after college, with original members Elliot Lurie and Larry Gonsky recruiting two new members to form the classic Looking Glass lineup. Guitarist Brendan Harkin joined Looking Glass in early 1974, and Lurie left soon afterward to pursue a solo career, replaced by Michael Lee Smith, a singer from Georgia. Later that same year, the group changed its name to Fallen Angels. After Richie Ranno joined as second guitarist in September 1975, keyboardist Gonsky departed, and by late 1975, Fallen Angels’s name had changed once again to Starz. Lurie appeared as a solo artist with Your Love Song, an entry on Billboard's Easy Listening chart in 1974. The group had the #1 hit single for the week of August 26, 1972 with Brandy (You're a Fine Girl), written by Lurie, and also a minor hit Jimmy Loves Mary-Anne (1973), subsequently covered by Josie Cotton. Brandy was released in the U.S. in June 1972. It topped the Billboard Hot 100 for one week and remained on the chart for 16 weeks. This disc, their only million seller, was certified gold by the R.I.A.A. on August 9, 1972.

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