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ESTO Kicked Off in Helsinki
When this newspaper goes to print, the first day of the XII ESTO world festival will have wrapped up in Helsinki Finland. Following two opening days in Helsinki, ESTO festivities move to Tartu on June 29 and 30 and will wrap up in Tallinn on July 1-4 before the start of the Song and Dance Celebration. Follow what's happening overseas at www.estofestival.com and https://kultuur.err.ee/k/laulupidu.

Join us for a talk by art historian Heie Treier, PhD, about Louis Kahn and Estonia at The Center for Architecture and Design Philadelphia. The lecture is based on the current photography exhibition From Island To Island: The Creative Journey of Louis Kahn by Arne Maasik.

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Washington saw several events last week that bring to mind the history of the Baltics and other countries with tragic and difficult pasts. The Estonian American National Counci was represented by its Washington, DC Director Karin Shuey.

Queen of Denmark Visits Tallinn
Queen Margrethe II of Denmark was on an official visit to Tallinn on the weekend of June 15, the 800th anniversary of the date when, according to legend, the Dannebrog, the red and white flag of Denmark, fell from the skies during the Battle of Lyndanise in what is now Tallinn. The queen was on hand for the opening of many exhibitions dedicated to the anniversary.

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Lembit Uno Lilleleht, 89, died peacefully on Thursday, June 6th, in Charlottesville, Virginia. Lembit, also known as “Vanaisa” to his grandchildren, was born in Pärnu, Estonia, on March 9th, 1930, to Paul and Juuli (Jensen) Lilienblatt (in 1935, the family name was changed to Lilleleht).

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Saare Vikat, meie New Yorgi rahvatantsurühm, on viimastel aastatel puudutanud palju inimesi meie kogukonnast. Soovin oma vaatenurgast Teile meie lugu esitada. Kuigi olen proovinud parimas kirjakeeles seda esile tuua, eks leidub mõni viga. Palun andestust nende eksimuste ja eelarvamuste eest, mida oleks võinud paremini esitada. Siin on neljas ja viimane etapp. Nautigem!

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Minu arm does not mean "my arm" (with which to latch onto your arm); it's short for armastus (love). Its sound is a bit less harsh than the Finnish equivalent rakkaus, but who says love is always gentle and sweet? Armastus jätab tihti armi – love often leaves a scar. It's quite ironic and symbolic that the other meaning of the word arm in Estonian is scar. Photo: Riina Kindlam

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