Tuesday Nov 5
Music reviews: M.I.A., Sky Ferreira
M.I.A. gets her groove back on "Matangi," the fourth album by the London-based Sri Lankan pop-provocateuse born Mathangi Arulpragasam.
CD Reviews: M.I.A.; Toby Keith; DJ Khaled; Arcade Fire; Polica; The Devil Makes Three; Minor Alps
The London-born, Sri Lanka-raised rapper's 2007 album "Kala" threw hip-hop, Indian percussion, African rhythms, frantic beat changes and even a Clash sample into a potent melting pot, arguably anticipating the frantic electronic dance music movement and paving the way for Katy Perry and Selena Gomez to splice Indian music into slick Western pop ... (more)
Thanh Nein News
Appearances can be revealing
One of two Vietnamese delegations showed up at the 66th Cannes Film Festival that took place from May 15 to 26. This group was commented to be the best dressed team of the last four years.
World survives Maya 'apocalypse'
A GLOBAL day of lighthearted doom-themed celebration and superstitious scare-mongering culminated Friday in the jungle temples built by the Maya people of Central America, whose calendar sparks fears of apocalypse.
La Ventana and a Second Meso Maya are Now Open Downtown
There are only a tight handful of restaurants in Dallas that offer serious upscale Mex-Mex. Meso Maya is one of them, and now, luckily for us, there are two locations to choose from.