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October 22, 2010 Shoonya to jam with African artistes in the city tomorrow Not only does music know no boundaries, it can also help transcend a few barriers of the mind. A concert slated to be held in the city on Saturday has Bangalore band Shoonya
A quick catnap and a long lie-in later, three lionesses found themselves in fancy new digs. Wellington Zoo's big cats, Zahra, Djembe and Djane, have been living in a temporary enclosure for the past eight months while their habitat got a $130,000
55 AM PDT Updated: 09/17/2010 01:31:56 AM PDT The fog had burned off, the sun was high and bright, and there was a light breeze swaying the leaves and branches of surrounding trees...So instructor Jim Greiner, a globe-trotting drummer, unloaded his
Aug 17, 2010 Namgar Lkhasaranova as she sings and plays the yatag, a traditional Mongolian instrument (Pam McLennan/Epoch Times) As dusk settled on Saturday August 14, Namgar thrilled the crowd at the Ottawa Folk Festival with its amplified versions
Drum group begins Thursday at Boys & Girls Club Staff report Professional drummer and teacher Liz Broscoe welcomes children ages 10-18 to join her in creating a drum group. The group eventually will perform with her at the Valhalla Boat House Aug. 12
Mesa Republic Editor If you haven't yet had your picture taken with the 25-foot-tall "American Gothic" replica statue in downtown Mesa, you'd better hurry. And for crying out loud, try to come up with something more original than looking up the old
Djembe, an African hand drum, has been very popular in China years before the South Africa World Cup. The circle of drummers continues to thrive, especially in Beijing...Drum Kuku is one of the major groups that play recreationally and commercially.
Follow j. on and The Be'chol Lashon Kids Interactive Zone at Israel in the Gardens is offering an array of multicultural activities, including acrobatic performances, West African drum circles and teen trivia contests. There are also arts and
IN THE Bambara language of Mali, the phrase ''djan djan'' has two meanings. The first is ''far away'', which makes it a poetically fitting name for a trio that draws its musical influences from Melbourne, Mumbai and Mali. It can also, however, mean ''
Early risers who swing by the Dutch Bros. coffee shop on Diamond Lake Boulevard never know what to expect in terms of music. Buck Forrest, shop manager and self-described morning person, gets the day moving and wakes up coffee-lovers with shots of