Newly issued and reissued tracks by the seven-member ensemble Sounds of Liberation are available on the revamped Dogtown Records in collaboration with Brewerytown Beats Records.
By Jennifer Lynn/WHYY December 11, 2019 | 3:50 PM
In this tangle of humanity en route, one comforting sculptural detail caught the eye of viewers and journalists who came to watch the unveiling: a small bag of food, containing bread and fruit, carried by an Italian emigrant.
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December 10, 2019 | 11:48 AM
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Dr. Kim Phuc — now a physician and peace activist living in Canada — attended a special tribute performance of Hannibal Lokumbe’s work at the Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral in University City.
By Emily Scott/WHYY December 9, 2019 | 1:04 PM
The Globes also have a reputation for rewarding the very most A-list people possible
By Linda Holmes/NPR
December 9, 2019 | 12:52 PM
In 1962, Ashley Bryan was the first African American to publish a children’s book as an author and illustrator. He was also a pioneer in creating stories centered on children about African and African American history and culture.
Peter Crimmins/WHYY December 9, 2019 | 9:19 AM
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Caroll Spinney, the actor and puppeteer who portrayed Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch on Sesame Street over five decades, died Sunday at age 85.
By Laurel Wamsley/NPR
December 8, 2019 | 5:50 PM
The Culture of Recovery program is helping the town of Hindman, Kentucky, rebuild its identity on the backbone of its musical heritage.
By Caitlin Tan/West Virginia Public Broadcasting
December 8, 2019 | 9:47 AM
Indian Summer Jars talk harmony, muses and turning pain into purpose.
By Joe Ulrich December 3, 2019 | 8:55 AM
Hint: It’s not because Thanksgiving Thursday is more alliterative than Thanksgiving Friday.
By Tanya Ballard Brown/NPR
November 28, 2019 | 6:34 AM