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Fyre Festival meets Mr. Bone Saw
Social media influencers have been known to promote events around the world for the right price — decisions that sometimes prove to be mistakes. Bella Hadid, who’d promoted the failed Fyre Festival with a gaggle of other models who’d vacationed in the Bahamas…
Social media influencers have been known to promote events around the world for the right price — decisions that sometimes prove to be mistakes. Bella Hadid, who’d promoted the failed Fyre Festival with a gaggle of other models who’d vacationed in the Bahamas… [+4417 chars]
Connie Loizos
2019-12-23 20:56:10




Soleimani, 'living martyr' who rose above Iran rifts - ABS-CBN News
Soleimani, 'living martyr' who rose above Iran rifts ABS-CBN News Dozens killed in stampede at Qassem Soleimani's funeral in Iran Al Jazeera English 56 Killed in Stampede at Iran Gen. Qasem Soleimani Funeral TIME Stampede kills 56 at slain general's funeral a…
TEHRAN, Iran—The millions who turned out across Iran to mourn General Qasem Soleimani have testified to the apparent across-the-board popularity of a figure hailed as a "living martyr" for the Islamic republic.  Rising above divisions in Iran, funeral proces… [+3282 chars]
Marc Jourdier, Agence France-Presse
2020-01-07 17:00:00




“We’re here”: More Than Other makes a statement about the UK’s hidden Latinx community
The short documentary by Romano Pizzichini, produced by Capuri, challenges the fact that Latin Americans are not currently officially recognised as an ethnic minority by the UK government, despite their large numbers.
When he was a teenager, Romano Pizzichini assumed hed go and work in the world of business. I liked suits, he jokes. Originally from Brazil, his childhood was split between Brazil and the Toronto suburbs, neither being places with particularly large creative … [+2211 chars]
Ruby Boddington
2020-01-10 12:15:00




Calling out the system: More black and ethnic minority faces in cultural spaces
Have you ever been to the theater, looked around, and thought about how predominantly white the audience is? Does the same impression come to mind when visiting museums? If it does and the answer is a resounding yes, then you're not alone. There is a major pr…
Have you ever been to the theater, looked around, and thought about how predominantly white the audience is? Does the same impression come to mind when visiting museums? If it does and the answer is a resounding yes, then you're not alone. There is a major pr… [+9845 chars]
Roaa Ali
2020-01-16 15:30:02




People of Color Fare Better in Music, ‘A Stark Contrast From Film Industry,’ Study Finds
The latest USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative study, titled Inclusion in the Recording Studio?, was released today, the third authored by Dr. Stacy L. Smith. Among its findings: Female songwriters now count for 14.4% of the most popular songs, up from 11.6% i…
The latest USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative study, titled Inclusion in the Recording Studio?, was released today, the third authored by Dr. Stacy L. Smith. Among its findings: Female songwriters now count for 14.4% of the most popular songs, up from 11.6% … [+5741 chars]
Shirley Halperin
2020-01-21 13:00:53




Former police chief, Kuladhar Saikia, elected Assam literary body president
A Fulbright scholar and winner of Sahitya Akademi Award (2015) for his short stories, he had retired as Assam police’s chief in November 2019 after a three-month extension
Some of Assams popular novelists and writers have been police officers, serving or retired. But it took more than a century for the States apex literary body to have a former man in uniform as its president. On Thursday night, the Assam Sahitya Sabha elected… [+1443 chars]
Rahul Karmakar
2020-01-03 11:00:07




The Day That Never Happened
In the early 2000s, an Iranian American family's home was searched unexpectedly. Afterward, the family questioned their place in the U.S., but didn't talk about the incident for more than a decade.
Have you ever had a memory, but you aren't sure if you dreamed it or read it or saw it in a movie? Have you ever had a day that changed life as you knew it, but no one ever spoke about it again? For me, that day started early on a Sunday morning in June 2005… [+11105 chars]
Farnoush Amiri
2020-01-08 11:18:28




Don Imus, controversial radio and TV host known as 'Imus in the Morning,' dies at 79 - The Washington Post
Don Imus, controversial radio and TV host known as 'Imus in the Morning,' dies at 79 The Washington Post Don Imus, controversial radio legend, dies at 79 Fox News Don Imus, Legendary 'Imus in the Morning' Host, Dies at 79 Hollywood Reporter Don Imus, radio sh…
In a roller-coaster career in which he grew chummy with prominent politicians, repeatedly got suspended or fired for offensive cracks, abused drugs and touted health foods, Mr. Imus won a loyal following, made millions and transformed himself from a bad-boy D… [+12639 chars]
Marc Fisher
2019-12-27 22:53:00




To Stop Wildlife Crime, Conservationists Ask Why People Poach
A novel study in Nepal shines light on why people commit wildlife crime and how others might be dissuaded from doing so in the future -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Most people imprisoned in Nepal for wildlife crime share two things in common: they did not understand the seriousness of their offense, and they had little conception of how profoundly it would impact not only their lives but also the lives of their families… [+8460 chars]
Rachel Nuwer
2020-01-10 11:45:00




Diversity Is Making Strides Throughout the U.K.’s Entertainment Industry
When rapper Stormzy landed a headlining slot at the Glastonbury Festival last summer, black British music took center stage and set the cultural agenda in the U.K. The film and television industries haven’t had many of those defining moments — and there was o…
When rapper Stormzy landed a headlining slot at the Glastonbury Festival last summer, black British music took center stage and set the cultural agenda in the U.K. The film and television industries haven’t had many of those defining moments — and there was o… [+8631 chars]
Terry Flores
2020-01-16 18:00:17




Growing When Times Are Good: 5 Business Expansion Strategies
Today’s strong economy creates an excellent opportunity to grow your business.
With the stock market setting new highs, you dont need to be an economist to see that companies of all sizes are doing quite well right now. Combine this with excellent consumer confidence levels and extraordinarily low unemployment numbers, and it makes for … [+11527 chars]
Megan Totka, Contributor, Megan Totka, Contributor https://www.forbes.com/sites/allbusiness/people/megantotka/
2019-12-31 16:00:00




SXSW Unveils New Keynotes, Adds Stephen Colbert, Samantha Bee, ‘Little Fires Everywhere’, ‘Supernatural’ To Featured Speakes And Sessions
South by Southwest (SXSW) unveiled a new roster of Keynotes as well as additional featured speakers and sessions for the 34th edition of music-film-tech confab which will take place in Austin March 13-22. Among the new Keynotes announced were Grammy-winning m…
South by Southwest (SXSW) unveiled a new roster of Keynotes as well as additional featured speakers and sessions for the 34th edition of music-film-tech confab which will take place in Austin March 13-22. Among the new Keynotes announced were Grammy-winning … [+7196 chars]
Dino-Ray Ramos
2020-01-13 19:00:19




Envy share new song; guitarist yOshi lists his 2019 faves
Listen to Envy's great new song while checking out what guitarist yOshi had to say about his favorite music of last year... Continue reading…
Japanese screamo greats Envy have shared another track from their anticipated first album in five years, The Fallen Crimson (due 2/7 via Temporary Residence Ltd). Like recent single “A step in the morning glow,” it incorporates some spoken word, but this one … [+3732 chars]
Andrew Sacher
2020-01-17 16:32:41




asking an employee to use a different name, telling candidates about our drinking culture, and more
It’s five answers to five questions. Here we go… 1. Can we ask an employee to use a less ethnic-sounding name? Am I allowed to ask an employee to go by a shortened nickname instead of their ethnic name. We are hiring an employee with a very ethnic name. Can w…
Its five answers to five questions. Here we go 1. Can we ask an employee to use a less ethnic-sounding name? Am I allowed to ask an employee to go by a shortened nickname instead of their ethnic name. We are hiring an employee with a very ethnic name. Can w… [+7415 chars]
Ask a Manager
2020-01-06 05:03:37




Julie Mehretu Mid-Career Survey Dazzles At Los Angeles County Museum Of Art
Julie Mehretu must see art the way Einstein saw math or Mozart music. She must observe her canvases with a level of depth and complexity the scope of which can scarcely be comprehended.
Julie Mehretu, Stadia II, 2004, ink and acrylic on canvas, 108 × 144 in., Carnegie Museum of Art, ... [+] Pittsburgh, gift of Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn and Nicolas Rohatyn and A. W. Mellon Acquisition Endowment Fund 2004.50. © Julie Mehretu Julie Mehretu mu… [+13967 chars]
Chadd Scott, Contributor, Chadd Scott, Contributor https://www.forbes.com/sites/chaddscott/
2019-12-26 16:11:40




Talking racism in the UK
The reactions to recent statements by Stormzy and Gary Naville show just how hard it is to discuss racism in public.
If the old "bread and circuses" idea holds any truth, then as long as we are entertained, we will keep quiet and stay in our place. Two of the biggest circus arenas are popular music and modern sport, entertaining millions of us and keeping our attention away… [+4170 chars]
Jeffrey Boakye
2019-12-25 15:15:02




Carnatic music to usher in the New Year
Carnatica Archival Centre for Music and Dance will host their New Year’s Eve event in the Mylapore Fine Arts Club
The Mylapore Fine Arts Club will be the venue for the Carnatica Archival Centre for Music and Dances Ethnic New Years Eve event, that will happen from 9.45 p.m. on Tuesday. In a press release, K.N. Shashikiran, managing trustee, Carnatica, said the whos who… [+1134 chars]
Special Correspondent
2019-12-30 19:47:54




Catalan-Spanish conductor Jordi Savall enthralls UAE audiences
Award-winning Catalan-Spanish conductor and musician Jordi Savall, performed at Abu Dhabi’s Cultural Foundation theatre this month.
Award-winning Catalan-Spanish conductor and musician Jordi Savall, performed at Abu Dhabi’s Cultural Foundation theatre this month. The septuagenarian took audiences on a melodious journey, spanning 500 years of the philosophical, cultural and historical Ara… [+2964 chars]

2020-01-17 15:30:39




Dr L Subramaniam: Bowing to the father
Violin virtuoso Dr L Subramaniam looks back at the glorious journey of Lakshminarayana Global Music Festival and is happy his children are carrying the rich musical legacy forward
It is a relaxed evening for Dr L Subramaniam. The calmness is palpable as we meet the violin maestro a day before the presentation of Lakshminarayana Global Music Festival (LGMF) in Hyderabad. The reasons for his state of contentment are many LGMF is in its 2… [+5391 chars]
Neeraja Murthy
2020-01-10 12:25:18




The Global History of Concentration Camps
Entire ethnic groups have been rounded up and held indefinitely over the past 100 years, even here in the U.S.
Children and workers are seen at a tent encampment built near the Tornillo Port of Entry on June 19, 2018, in Tornillo, Texas. Joe Raedle / Getty Images “The use of concentration camps changes the world, but going forward, the most predictable outcome of th… [+32714 chars]
Samantha Borek
2020-01-02 15:26:19
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