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Egyptian Popular Culture Slow To Progress After Mubarak
"When Mubarak fell in February 2011, artists like Salama hoped that stories that had long been kept under wraps could now blossom and a citizenry that had been lapping up fluff might turn to more substantive fare. But as with many of the country's political changes these shifts have happened unevenly as each entertainment realm has made progress at its own, sometimes turtle-like pace." Los Angeles Times 04/23/12
Posted April 23, 2012 05:07 AM

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