The Recording Academy says the changes "reflect the current state of the music industry" and will be observed at the 2021 ceremony.
The first stop on HuffPost’s “Listen To America” bus tour was St. Louis, Missouri. We learned how communities in "The Gateway to the West" have suffered and where change is needed.
When our centralized governing bodies fail to uphold their responsibilities, a power vacuum ensues, creating an opening for
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Love in the City Town and Country I am sitting on an old style white chalked brick veranda with a sweeping view of expansive
It's not every day one sees a fully-functional smart city, given crumbling urban infrastructure in many countries, so a visit to a metropolitan area that runs well and serves its residents efficiently is a delightful sight for sore eyes.
The music starts cautiously. Water is trickling out of a small source somewhere in the Czech mountains. Throughout the piece the small stream develops into a big river and the music becomes more and more energetic until it reaches its peak: the river Vltava finally reaches its destination.
In the last few days installation has begun on William Kentridge's Triumphs and Laments: A Project for Rome. William Kentridge's
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It was 5:50 am, after a long flight from Shanghai to Beirut, 6 hours in Istanbul held 2 different promises: to sit in coffee