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Clark Terry as Hero, Mentor, and Friend: Keep On Keepin’ On

by Alexandra Marie Daniels –USA– I always thought that the most important thing was to play my horn. But later on I had a new dream, […]

Arts & Culture, Feature Articles, Films & Documentaries, Music, Teaching & Learning

21st Century Piracy: The Demise of the Music Industry

by Victoria Aitken -UK- If you think of pirates as boat raiders off the coast of Somalia, or Johnny Depp starring in “Pirates of the Caribbean,” […]

Arts & Culture, Business & Economy, Feature Articles, Music

In the Sinai Desert, Radio Sharm is Live and Well

by Victoria Aitken –UK– The Sinai desert has a new underground radio station – the only one to escape a ban on live radio transmissions – […]

Arts & Culture, Egypt, Feature Articles, Internet, Music, Technology

Still Rocking and Protesting in the Free World: CSNY Déjà Vu

by Jessica Mosby – USA – Neil Young does not mince words. During his Freedom of Speech 2006 tour with on-again-off-again band mates David Crosby, Stephen […]

Films & Documentaries, Music, Politics & Democracy, United States

Girls Rock!: Keeping the Beat for Aspiring Female Musicians

by Jessica Mosby – USA – The experiences and emotions of young American girls are much more complicated, and even tragic, than most people, particularly men, […]

Arts & Culture, Children's Rights, Feature Articles, Films & Documentaries, Music, Oregon, United States, Women's Empowerment

Uganda’s New Copyright Law Gives Hope to Artists

by Halimah Abdallah Kisule – Uganda – In Uganda, the widespread burning of counterfeit CDs has robbed musicians of their due. Until August of last year, […]

Business & Economy, Feature Articles, Laws & Legislation, Music, Uganda

When the Road Bends: Tales of a Gypsy Caravan

by Jessica Mosby – USA – All gypsies are thieves and beggars who will steal your children and your passport! According to Johnny Depp, believers in […]

Arts & Culture, Feature Articles, Films & Documentaries, Music, Roma, The World, United States

Souvenir’s Portrayal of Soprano, Florence Foster Jenkins, Offers Modern Parallels

by Sarah Wyatt – USA – She was a socialite. Or was she awkward, gullible, clumsy? She prized her autonomy and tenacity. Yet she also hungered […]

Arts & Culture, Feature Articles, Music, Theater & Dance