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The Element of Freedom

With her solid fourth studio album, Keys sets another gold standard for soul. Read More »

Zee Avi

On her self-titled debut Zee Avi delivers intimate tunes suggestive of Norah Jones—romantic and light in spirit. Read More »

Zebu Nation

Zebu Nation was conceived during a six-week journey across Madagascar, in which Razia surveyed the devastation that slash and burn agriculture and climate change wrought on her homeland. Read More »

Beauties Never Die

Dreamy pop melodies and quirky style make Sissy Wish one of Norway’s most intriguing—and eccentric—musicians. Read More »

La Bodega

With La Bodega,Totó La Momposina—one of Colombia’s most well-known artists—pays tribute to the cultural legacy of her native village of Talaighua with a collision of African, Indian, and Span Read More »

Concrete Jungle

With an urgent, seductive voice that glides easily between rapping and crooning, Nneka has drawn comparisons to Lauryn Hill and Erykah Badu. Read More »

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Blending culture and business in Iloilo

Published at The News Today Philippines on May 6, 2008 Blending culture and business in Iloilo By Rhea B. Peñaflor … Read More»

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TREBLE JOY Tuti looked wow! My Cinderella was the best of them all. The lime green gown complimented with the gold ribbons on her hair and the girly gold shoes made her look divine. … Read More»

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Omara Portuondo To Make Rare U.S. Appearances

Omara Portuondo, the world renowned vocalist who began her career in the music scene of her native Cuba in the 1940s, has been granted a travel visa to perform in the United States for two very specia … Read More»

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