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Warriors woes mean Taylor Swift likely to have last word at Murrayfield

The Times/The Sunday Times 21 May 2024
It is beginning to look like Taylor Swift will indeed get the final word, the last song and dance, at Murrayfield this season. Back-to-back defeats in South Africa have rather dented Glasgow Warriors...

Cheonan K-Culture Expo attracts over 1,000 applicants for K-pop audition

Korea Times 20 May 2024
More than 1,000 people from 22 countries — including Turkey, Russia and South Africa — applied for the K-Pop World Audition, a K-pop song and dance competition to be held at the Cheonan K-Culture Expo running from Wednesday to Sunday.

South Africa facing milestone election; here are the main players

Beijing News 19 May 2024
FILE - South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, center, dances to music as he attends Freedom Day celebrations in Pretoria, South Africa, on April 27, 2024 ... South Africa, on April 11, 2024.

Oscar-winning filmmaker, naturalist to discuss memoir at Bookshop Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz Sentinel 18 May 2024
In addition to his nature work, Foster has also directed documentaries such as “The Great Dance,” “Cosmic Africa,” “My Hunter’s Heart,” “Touching the ...

A man is convicted in Malawi over a TikTok video showing a caricature of the ...

Wtop 17 May 2024
BLANTYRE, Malawi (AP) — A man in Malawi was convicted of insulting President Lazarus Chakwera after posting a TikTok video that shows an animated figure with Chakwera’s face superimposed on it doing some wacky dance moves ... AP Africa news.

World-renowned dancers Dale Molloy and Adrian Bennett Join Forces at Chace Dance Company in the USA.

GetNews 17 May 2024
Orlando, Florida - Chace Dance Company, led by creative director Tamra Chace in the Lake Nova Region, is excited to welcome international dance talents Dale Molloy from Australia and Adrian Bennett from South Africa to their faculty from winter 2024.

Haitians on LI celebrate their heritage despite unrest in Caribbean nation

Newsday 17 May 2024
The roughly dozen students repeated his motions and later performed lunges, sways, steps, and other movements that are part of Haitian folklore — a traditional art with some roots in Africa.

Columbus highlights unity, culture and continued struggles in Africa Day celebration

The Columbus Dispatch 17 May 2024
To honor the contributions Africans have made to central Ohio, Columbus leaders commemorated Africa Day Thursday night with performances from local Somali dance group, Cabsi Cabsi ... countries in Africa.

Culture 5 - your cultural highlights for the next seven days

RTE 17 May 2024
Last year's Africa Day bash on the grounds of IMMA (the Irish Museum of Modern Art) saw over 6,000 people attend a day of African music, dance, art and culture - it returns this year for a free, ...

Rhythm Nation: how music gives Haiti hope amid the chaos

The Guardian 17 May 2024
... such as compas, manba and rasin, which all have entrancing dance rhythms derived from Africa and provocative lyrics in the Creole language born of contact between French settlers and enslaved people.

Things to do in the DC area: Cirque du Soleil’s ‘Corteo’, Bike to Work Day ...

Wtop 17 May 2024
There’s so much to do in the D.C ... area ... area. DC ... region ... From May 17-19, this Greek festival is expected to host several local musicians for live music and dancing, plus food vendors with gyros, spanakopita, beer and more to enjoy. Africa on the Avenue.

Journey through the world of dance at the Vilar Performing Arts Center in Beaver Creek

Vail Daily 16 May 2024
This year, they perform “Sunrise Samba,” choreographed by Colin Meiring, who won national titles in South Africa in ballroom dancing and choreographed and directed shows for Royal Caribbean and Silversea Cruises.

Meghan and Prince Harry

The Daily Mail 16 May 2024
'It is definitely possible they could return to Africa for more tours after that.' ... The Sussexes, in the Nigeria for the first time on the invitation of its military, arrived last Friday amid pomp and dancing.

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