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  • Were he to measure it and be honest, he is less lonesome now than when his heartless Chella was alive, although he'd never say that to the kids.

    An Observant Man

  • Acidolophilus is available - try Chella or ask Allison at Victoriana.

    Looking for L-tryptophan, other stuff

  • Camille Paglia is interviewed at bookslut, discussing her new book Break, Blow, Burn. …but turns out, the correct nomenclature is “Co Fucking Chella”.

    Black Market Kidneys » Can You Blame Him?

  • A teacher by profession and radio announcer, Chella is a former disk jockey with the state-run Zambia National Broadcasting corporation.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Chella its peculiar charm: the aged fig-tree clamped in uptorn tiles and thrusting gouty arms between the arches; the garlanding of vines flung from column to column; the secret pool to which childless women are brought to bathe, and where the tree springing from a cleft of the steps is always hung with the bright bits of stuff which are the votive offerings of Africa.

    In Morocco

  • The ruins of Chella belong to the purest period of Moroccan art.

    In Morocco

  • The Mosque, the Tower, the citadel of the Oudayas, and the mighty walls and towers of Chella, compose an architectural group as noble and complete as that of some mediaeval Tuscan city.

    In Morocco

  • Fez possesses one old secular building, a fine fondak of the fifteenth century, but in Morocco, as a rule, only mosques and the tombs of saints are preserved -- none too carefully -- and even the strong stone buildings of the Almohads have been allowed to fall to ruin, as at Chella and

    In Morocco

  • All they need to make the comparison exact is that they should have been compactly massed on a steep hill, instead of lying scattered over the wide spaces between the promontory of the Oudayas and the hill-side of Chella.

    In Morocco

  • Passing under the gate of Chella, with its richly carved corbels and lofty crenellated towers, one feels one's self thus completely reabsorbed into the past.

    In Morocco


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  • Short for Coachella.

    9:02 p.m. "Chella, how you doing? We've missed you. We do not have the words to say how happy we are to be here," Oliver Sim of The XX first addresses the crowd after a few songs. During the hour-long set, the English band kept mostly to the tunes, adding simple, yet sincere commentary like Romy Croft's admitting that she was "a bit nervous." Yet, one of the most stand-out parts of their show was when Croft took the mic for a solo performance of, fittingly, "Performance." — Taylor Weatherby

    April 16, 2017