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Gubin is a town in south-western Poland with 15,000 inhabitants (2005). Situated in the Lubusz Voivodship since 1999, previously in Zielona Góra Voivodship . The city is located on the Nysa Luzycka river, the Polish-German border close to the German city of Guben, of which it was until 1945 the eastern part. A street in Ynysybwl, Wales, relatively stereotypical of a small town A town is usually an urban area which is not considered to rank as a city. ... Lubusz voivodship since 1999 The Lubusz Voivodship (in Polish województwo lubuskie) is an administrative and local government region or voivodship in the western part of Poland. ... The Lusatian Neisse (German Lausitzer Neiße, Polish Nysa Łużycka, Czech Lužická Nisa) is a river in the Czech Republic (54 km) and on Polish-German border (198 km), in total 252 km long. ... Along with Frankfurt an der Oder and Goerlitz, Guben is one of the split cities on the eastern German/Polish border. ...

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Sol Gubin - Biography - AOL Music (357 words)
Gubin tends to show up on recording sessions where jazz leaders bring in extra musicians to augment the tried and true sound of the small combo.
One of the earliest bells rung in the drummer's recording career was vocalist Tony Bennett's project entitled Jazz, an early indication that Gubin would be comfortable in crossover duds.
Gubin has since appeared on a surprising variety of recordings, or perhaps not surprising to those who are aware of the type of careers studio musicians have.
A conversation with . . . - Roanoke.com (1043 words)
Born in Ukraine in 1953, Gubin fell in love with drawing when he was a child, but government censorship stifled his ability to show his work as he began to develop the craft.
As the Russian government began to shift radically under Mikhail Gorbachev’s economic, social and political restructuring program called Perestroika beginning in 1986, new opportunities presented themselves to the artist: Gubin was able to show his work in the Kharkov Art Museum, and ultimately to immigrate to the United States in 1989.
Gubin, who currently has an art show at Radford University, reflects here on the journey and the purpose of his art.
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