Monday, April 13, 2015
At first it seems like a fluke -- a 2-year-old playing with the knobs and buttons of a sophisticated music system. Yet, the tiny boy is in control of the big beat of the bass-heavy house music. He is South Africa's youngest disc jockey, DJ AJ.
The co-founder of a famed Seattle recording studio is being sued to turn over the master recording tapes from a defining album of the grunge era -- "Temple of the Dog," which featured members of Pearl Jam and Soundgarden.
In the early 1980s Bulgaria was the world's second largest producer of wine. International varieties had been introduced in the 1960s to replace traditional grapes, and most wine was sold as cheap plonk to the Soviet Union.
Sunday, April 12, 2015
Award-winning Taiwanese TV drama "The Fierce Wife" (犀利人妻) will soon be aired in Latin American countries with Spanish voiceovers and subtitles to show Taiwan's soft power to the region, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) announced yesterday.
For some dogs, a chance at the good life takes off when the pilots do.
Tickle your palate. Try some Amazonian ants with pineapple. Or how about some beetroot salad with curds? Brazilian gastronomic fare has far more to offer than the traditional staples of beans and rice with cassava.
Too soon: That's the overwhelming reaction to actor Mark Wahlberg's plans to produce "Patriots' Day," a feature film about the deadly bombing of the 2013 Boston Marathon.
On a hot sunny day in Jordan's Petra, two tourists in the back of a horse-drawn carriage gaze over the picturesque lost city.
An Argentine judge has issued an arrest warrant for Justin Bieber on Friday, saying the singer failed to respond to summons related to allegations he ordered bodyguards to attack a photographer in 2013.
Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling is hoping to tap into America's philanthropy and international reach as she launches the U.S. arm of her nonprofit Lumos that works to keep disadvantaged children with their families and out of institutions worldwide.