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To actively participate in the 10 days of festivities usually results in weariness and exhaustion from another dimension, but inside the mayhem are memorable sparks of genius that inspire my return every year.
If we all adopted Malala's attitudes, we'd be much closer to protecting and empowering women and girls around the globe. Yet, here's the great news: we don't have to endure personal tragedy in order to take a stand for equality. Even simple actions can create change.
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Contemporary soul singers usually don't fare too much better than hip hop artists when it comes to creative freedom, but Michael Kiwanuka seems to have made the album he wanted to make, except that no one's really talking about it.
REM's art is significant because its politics, visions and worldview became part of the social imaginary, part of our collective imagination. They helped millions of us see the world differently.
Lots of children want to be rock stars when they’re young. At a certain age, most kids trade in shredding on their air guitars
The riots, which were initially motivated by accusations of police brutality, may have lost focus in broadening demonstrations
Last summer's "Save Paste" campaign, it turns out, was more of a band-aid than a complete success. On its Web site, editor