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The arsonist who set fire to predominantly black churches in Louisiana admitted he wanted to boost his career as a 'black metal' musician
Twitter/@LAFIREMARSHAL Holden Matthews, 22, admitted to setting fire to three historically black churches in Opelousas, Louisiana in 2019. The arsonist pleaded guilty to three counts of violating the Church Arson Prevention Act — one count for each church— an…
Three historically black churches went up in flames in Opelousas, Louisiana, over a 10 day period in spring 2019, re-igniting fears of civil rights era attacks. As the flames decimated three Baptist churches, the arsonist, 22-year-old Holden Matthews, watche… [+3604 chars]
pcachero@businessinsider.com (Paulina Cachero), Paulina Cachero
2020-02-11 20:07:34




Man pleads guilty to torching black churches in Louisiana
The son of a Louisiana deputy pleaded guilty on Monday to setting fire to three black churches, according to federal prosecutors.
(CNN)The son of a Louisiana deputy pleaded guilty on Monday to setting fire to three black churches, according to federal prosecutors. Holden Matthews, 22, admitted in court to setting fire to the Baptist churches in St. Landry Parish, the heart of south ce… [+3355 chars]
Darran Simon, CNN
2020-02-10 19:53:23




Paris Hilton said she had a 'wonderful' time visiting Saudi Arabia, which other celebrities have been shunning for its human rights record
Paris Hilton spoke about her first visit to Saudi Arabia during an interview at a conference in the United Arab Emirates last week. The American hotel heiress said "everybody was so sweet and welcoming" and that she had "a wonderful time." Hilton's comments c…
In a time when celebrities have been trying to distance themselves from Saudi Arabia over its human rights record, Paris Hilton is embracing the kingdom. On Wednesday, the hotel heiress spoke about her recent first trip to Saudi Arabia during an interview at… [+2039 chars]
Ashley Collman
2020-02-18 15:31:14




Holden Matthews: Man admits burning churches to raise 'black metal' profile
Holden Matthews, 22, says he torched the churches in Louisiana to raise his profile as a musician.
Image copyright@LAFIREMARSHALImage caption Matthews pleaded guilty to both federal and state charges A 22-year-old man has pleaded guilty to intentionally setting fire to three African-American churches in the US state of Louisiana. Holden Matthews, 22, … [+2506 chars]
https://www.facebook.com/bbcnews
2020-02-11 10:37:29




Solitude and Sensory Deprivation (and Johnny Cash) (2019)
A surprise discovery in the Senate House Library leads our postdoctoral researcher Charlie Williams to think about country music, graphic design and the scientific study of solitude.
Even the most familiar faces may appear unrecognisable in an unfamiliar setting. Certainly, I had to do a double take when I first came across Jack Vernons Inside the Black Room (1966) in Londons Senate House Library. I had visited the library to look up mate… [+10454 chars]
Charlie Williams
2020-02-14 00:18:43




The Walkmen's Walter Martin Couldn't Care Less About Being Cool
VICE talked to the songwriter about his decades-long career in music, and how the death of his best friend influenced his new album, 'The World at Night.'
Walter Martin had spent his life being the cool guy in the cool rock band, but by 2013, the ride was over. It had been a good one: His first band, The Ignobles, opened for Fugazi when he was just 14. His second, Jonathan Fire*Eater, spearheaded New York Citys… [+9247 chars]
Drew Schwartz, Leslie Horn
2020-01-31 12:00:00




D'Angelo's 'Voodoo' Redefined What an R&B Album Could Be
Twenty years ago, the singer's sophomore album gave the middle finger to the limitations placed on Black music. It was also a means of healing.
A four-and-a-half-minute-long, NSFW video changed the entire course of D'Angelo's career. "Untitled (How Does It Feel)" starts innocently, panning from the singer's neat cornrows to his gap-toothed smirk. Stripped-down and vulnerable, the usually smooth sing… [+9722 chars]
Kristin Corry, Hilary Pollack
2020-01-24 21:29:54




The Drunk Nazi Surgeon Who Made Country Music Super Popular
By Nate Yungman Published: February 18th, 2020
He also approached killing in a more deliberate manner -- he once took an axe to a neighbor's tire, shot at a patient, and allegedly bit a colleague's ear off. He wanted to open a city zoo, but the bear he bought was too loud for his liking, so he shot the be… [+1906 chars]
MadMaximum
2020-02-18 08:00:00




Deconstructing Bach’s Famous Cello Prelude–the One You’ve Heard in Hundreds of TV Shows & Films
There may be no instrument in the classical repertoire more multidimensional than the cello. Its deep silky voice modulates from moans to exaltations in a single phrase—conveying dignified melancholy and a profound sense of awe. Hearing a skilled cellist inte…
There may be no instrument in the classical repertoire more multidimensional than the cello. Its deep silky voice modulates from moans to exaltations in a single phraseconveying dignified melancholy and a profound sense of awe. Hearing a skilled cellist inter… [+4186 chars]
Josh Jones
2020-02-03 12:00:05




The horror movie The Lodge attempts to pull off The Prestige
Filmmakers Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala attempt to pull off the prestige, and manage two out of the three acts of the magic trick perfectly. The last, however, falters. Richard Armitage, Jaeden Martell, and Lia McHugh co-star. In theaters now.
Veronika Franz and Severin Fialas horror movie/psychological thriller The Lodge attempts a magic trick. Its easiest to understand in terms of how Christopher Nolans The Prestige explains stage magic in three acts: In the first act, the pledge, the audience is… [+4621 chars]
Karen Han
2020-02-06 16:40:00

Donald Brown’s List of Human Universals
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abstraction in speech & thought actions under self-control distinguished from those not under control aesthetics affection expressed and felt age grades age statuses age terms ambivalence anthropomorphization anticipation antonyms attachm… [+9229 chars]

2020-02-15 03:08:20

Picardy Third
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A Picardy third (/pkrdi/) (French: tierce picarde), also known as a Picardy cadence, is a major chord of the tonic at the end of a musical section that is either modal or in a minor key. This is achieved by raising the third of the expected minor triad by a s… [+15271 chars]
Contributors to Wikimedia projects
2020-01-27 22:13:06




The 50 Greatest Bob Marley Songs
From ‘Trench Town Rock’ to ‘Jamming’ and beyond, the definitive guide to a revolutionary career
This list was originally published March 28th, 2014. It’s being republished in honor of what would have been Bob Marley’s 75th birthday, February 6th, 2020. In the 1981 Rolling Stone obituary, Bob Marley biographer Timothy White wrote, “The pervasive image o… [+1175 chars]
David Browne
2020-02-05 16:00:45




Briefly Noted Book Reviews
“A Game of Birds and Wolves,” “Dominion,” “Interior Chinatown,” and “Stateway’s Garden.”
A Game of Birds and Wolves, by Simon Parkin (Little, Brown). In 1941, the British Navy faced a seemingly insurmountable threat from the German U-boat fleet, whose wolfpack tactics baffled Allied commanders. In this engaging history, Parkin tells how members o… [+2839 chars]

2020-02-03 11:00:00




A Place In The South
Video & music by me. I created song by sampling instruments and voices of gnawa Music (ancient Islamic spiritual religious songs and rhythms). I used those instruments and voices to connect the music with the atmosphere and charm of the Alhambra. Canon 600D A…


2020-01-28 23:56:44




The Muslim World’s Question: ‘What Happened to Us?’
Understanding the events of 1979 is crucial for those trying to figure out a better future for today’s Middle East.
What happened to us? The question haunts us in the Arab and Muslim world. We repeat it like a mantra. You will hear it from Iran to Syria, from Saudi Arabia to Pakistan, and in my own country, Lebanon. For us, the past is a different country, one not mired in… [+17836 chars]
Kim Ghattas
2020-01-25 06:00:00




A Hindu god now has a reserved seat on an Indian Railways train
Temple on tracks.
Indian Railways may just have taken the idea of pilgrimage tourism a little too seriously. It made a reservation yesterday (Feb. 16)seat number 64 in coach B5for the Hindu god Shiva on the 82401 Kashi Mahakal Express. The train was launched yesterday by prim… [+939 chars]
Manavi Kapur
2020-02-17 05:21:30




Nashville-Set Country Music Drama ‘East Nasty’ From Jamie Rosengard & Karin Gist In Works At Freeform
Freeform has put in development East Nasty, a country music drama from writer Jamie Rosengard (Dare Me, Empire), Mixed-ish showrunner Karin Gist and 20th Century Fox TV, where Gist is under a deal. Written by Rosengard, East Nasty takes its name from the real…
Freeform has put in development East Nasty, a country music drama from writer Jamie Rosengard(Dare Me, Empire), Mixed-ish showrunner Karin Gist and 20th Century Fox TV, where Gist is under a deal. Written by Rosengard, East Nasty takes its name from the real… [+1202 chars]
Denise Petski
2020-02-06 21:45:01




Justin Bieber, We Get It: You Have Sex
With the release of his album 'Changes,' Biebs has finally fully completed his transition into Man Who Has Sex With His Wife.
We all know what Justin Bieber's "Yummy" is all about. Between lines like "rollin' eyes back in my head/make my toes curl" and a music video of peaches slowly dripping with honey, anyone with a working knowledge of emoji and/or the birds and the bees knows ex… [+2637 chars]
Bettina Makalintal, Leslie Horn
2020-02-14 18:21:58




Sam Hunt Announces New Album ‘Southside,’ Plots Summer Tour
Follow-up to 2014's 'Montevallo' will be released April 3rd
Sam Hunt has announced plans to release his long-awaited second album in 2020, nearly five years after issuing his groundbreaking debut Montevallo in October 2014. Titled Southside, the new project will be available April 3rd via MCA Nashville. No track list… [+3153 chars]
Jon Freeman
2020-02-05 14:48:22
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