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Globalization Creating An Impact On Ethnic Apparel
Globalization has triggered a cultural revolution which has left behind an impact on the traditional wear of India.
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Fri Apr 18, 2014
Film School Rejects
David Lynch Subverted a Franchise to Ensure a Sequel to 'Dune' was Impossible
Anyone who knows David Lynch 's work is familiar with his penchant for messing with the audience.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
David Lynch Hangs Out with Characters, Not the Actors Who Play Them
David Lynch's inner life seems like a surreal, dreamy place, so it's not all that surprising that he casually hangs out with fictional characters from time to time.
The OXD Mirror: Roisin Murphy's Shows Off Her Italian Side and More
Irish disco chanteuse RA3isA nMurphy is back with her first official extended release in 7 years! Since 2007's Overpowered LP, she has released a smattering of singles and guest vocals, keeping rabid fans like myself chomping at the bit for any RA3isA nthat we could get.
At the tail end of 1984, a film from one of the medium's undisputed masters, adapting one of the great science fiction novels of all time-- hell, one of the great American novels of all time -- was released.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Tuku Greatest Hits Harare Concert Moved to Friday 25th April
Oliver Mtukudzi's Greatest Hits Show, which was set for independence eve, April 17, 2014, has been moved to next week Friday, April 25, to avoid a clash with the Independence Gala set for the same time.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
O Sole Trio to bring sounds of Italy to CityStage
Event: O Sole Trio When: April 26, 3 and 8 p.m. Where: CityStage, One Columbus Center, Springfield Cost: Tickets are $39.50 and $34.50, with discounts for members For more info: Visit or call the City Stage & Symphony Hall Box Office, call 788-7033 or visit citystage.symphonyhall.com Their name alone - O Sole Trio - should hint at what audiences ... (more)
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Zambezi Sound System commented on Zambezi Sound System's blog...
Thomas Mapfumo will be performing live @ Leo's night club on 1119 Candelaria NW ABQ Brand new album release show.
New Media Journal
From Hijab to Jihad
Tabitha Korol, who began her political writing with letters to the editor after her retirement, earned an award from CAMERA "in recognition of outstanding letter-writing in 2009 to promote fair and factual reporting about Israel."
Arutz Sheva Israel News
From the Shadow of the Shoah to the Carlebach Moshav
Moshav Mevo Modiin will host its biannual Moshav Country Fair over the intermediate days of Passover.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Folk festival in full swing
The 10-day Lok Mela is in full swing at Shakarparian with all its festivities attracting the residents of twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad in large number.
Try these spring health tips
According to a study published in Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, allergy sufferers with persistent stress experience more allergy flare-ups.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Britain not entitled to make claims about human rights, Iran says
TEHRAN The British government violates the rights of Muslims, immigrants and minorities, so it cannot make any claim about human rights, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham said on Friday.
Why 'Twin Peaks' Would Do Better Today Than 24 Years Ago
This past week marked the 24th anniversary of "Twin Peaks"' first air date. Unfortunately, the surreal ABC drama, created by David Lynch and Mark Frost, was pretty short-lived.
Out and about in Sydney
Curated by Tim Johnson. Free entry. Its not in Bilpin this year! A new move to the Hawkesbury Race Club, the 9th Collectors Plant Fair has attracted 56 specialist growers and a range of speakers throughout the weekend including US gardner and writers Mal Condon, writer and photographer Dr Holly Kerr Forsyth, gardner Libby Raines and spice man Ian ... (more)
Thu Apr 10, 2014
All About Jazz
CD/DOWNLOAD/ALBUM: Tigran's "Shadow Theater" Slated for Us Release on 4/15
When Armenian born pianist, keyboardist and occasional singer Tigran saw a traditional Armenian shadow theater for the first time, he felt the power of ambiguity.
4-day music fest kicks off in French Quarter
When the first French Quarter Festival launched in 1984, traditional jazz clarinetist Tim Laughlin recalls there was little interest and most of the streets in the 16-block area were largely empty.
Meet one of Surrey's 'champion' volunteers
Hemanshu Hora immigrated to Canada from India with the hope of pursuing a better life and education for his children - an 11-year-old daughter and a five-year-old son - but adjusting to life in a foreign country wasn't easy.
PAFA reveals new David Lynch 'Unified Field' exhibit, coming this fall
On Thursday morning, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts announced that from September 13, 2014 - January 11, 2014 they will be hosting the first major U.S. museum exhibition featuring the work of world-renowned filmmaker, and PAFA alum, David Lynch.
Amandzeba turned down offer as Deputy Minister for Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts
Legendary musician, Amandzeba Nat Brew apparently was offered the post of Deputy Minister for Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts but he turned it down.