Breaking up is hard to do.
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Breaking up is hard to do.
There has been a lot of buzz lately about South African artist Jax Panik.
Musical expression and human rights go hand-in-hand in countries all across the globe.
Portland lit-rock quintet goes alt-country
Tunisia has been a flurry of media coverage the past few weeks due to the recent overthrow of their former president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.
The fact that anyone who has lived in Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Niger, or Nigeria since 1977 can’t give blood in America is utterly appalling.
Far away from Bloomington in a country named Angola, Kuduro music is playing.
As a self-proclaimed world music fan, I often get asked something along the lines of, “What is world music, and how do you find it?”Where to begin?
The holiday season is a time for many things — eating copious amounts of food, reuniting with family and friends and, of course, receiving and giving gifts.
Our massive contributions toward climate change have been a major factor in the rapidly changing temperature and climate conditions in countries such as Benin, Niger and Pakistan.
As you journey to the polls today, consider the power you have as a voter.
Sudan is at a crossroads in their country’s history, and we cannot continue to apathetically stand by and watch.
Gay marriage is legal in 10 countries, including South Africa, but still not in the United States. Yes, South Africa, the country that used to be ruled by apartheid, state-enforced segregation of racial groups. Even they have legalized gay marriage.
I’ve always been a strong believer in the power of music. Music brings people together and connects us all in a way nothing else can.
Typically when students study abroad, they go to the traditional European countries. Thus, when I first told my friends and family I would be studying abroad in the West African nation of Ghana for the spring semester of 2010, they looked at me stunned and asked either “Why?” or “What will you do there?” To which I replied that I would be a regular college student, taking classes and such.
S. Carey can sing, too.
New and returning IU students mixed and mingled Thursday at IU’s annual CultureFest, a tradition that introduces students to the international food and live music that IU has to offer.
A person’s home is sacred. A personal place where he or she can go to find solitude. Yet, every time you refer to a place as a slum, you are contributing to a huge problem that faces more than a billion people worldwide on a daily basis.
“The Wizard of Wall Street: The Life and Achievements of Financier/Railroad King Jay Gould” will premiere at 7:30 p.m. today at the Wells-Metz Theatre.
Bloomington Playwrights Project and Bloomington Entertainment & Arts District are trying to establish Bloomington as a green community. They have teamed up with local non-profits to begin an annual AwareFest and to offer grants to community artists, who will exhibit their crafts during the month of October.