President Obama congratulates the officially reelected President of Afghanistan, but calls for changes to be made.
Cnn.com and CBSnews.com are reporting that President Barack Obama has called for a “new chapter of improved governance” in Afghanistan. Obama’s statement comes after Afghan electoral officials declared incumbent President...
Review: Hip-hop artist and Duke senior stages an energy-packed party to celebrate his new album release.
Early Wednesday night, 21-year-old musician and Duke University student Mike Posner strolled leisurely into the Schine Underground. Scheduled to perform two hours later and still appearing tired from his flight, Posner sat down to relax after a routine sound check.
“Today’s a really special day because my new CD just came out,” Posner said. “It leaked a day early, so I’ll be singing several songs from that CD I’ve never sung before.”
Dressed in jeans and black T-shirts, lead vocalist and guitarist Matt Scannell, backing vocalist and guitarist Keith Kane, and bass guitarist Corey McCormick strapped on their guitars and drummer Jason Sutter struck the first notes of what would be great show.
George W. Bush will be a featured speaker at a motivational Texas business seminar
Former president George W. Bush has a new job. He will be a featured guest speaker at the "Get Motivated" business seminar in Fort Worth,Texas. He will be joined at the motivational seminar by his former Secretary of State Colin Powell and former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani. The seminar will take place on October 26th.
My take: It seems fitting that Bush will speak in Texas. It quite possibly could be the only place where he gets a warm reception. This is also the first major function for the former president.
Being a part of a concert audience is an art form. In light of the upcoming St. Vincent show in Ithaca this Thursday, here's some tips on how to get the most out of your concert trip.
Just like any college football game, there's a lot of different elements that going into the preparation, viewing and reflection of a concert. It's more than just about going and standing idly as the music swoops in one ear and out the other. For the people who really love going to live concerts, they have a technique to get the most out of the experience. Fortunately, most of it is just a head game. Concerts embody a wild spirit that can only be harnessed with the right state of mind.
Indie-pop singer, songwriter and musician Annie Clark makes her way to Ithaca in October.
If you don't know who St. Vincent is, get acquainted. She's coming to Ithaca on Oct. 22.
St. Vincent, a.k.a. Annie Clark and her supporting band, are an electric live band. I was lucky enough to catch Annie Clark perform over the summer at the 2009 All Points West Festival in Liberty Park, NJ, and I underestimated her big-time. With Jimi Hendrix guitar skills, and sultry vocals, Annie Clark is a stead-fast rising star.
The Grammy-winning R&B singer shares advice on college, pursuing dreams and love.
On an evening when the audience didn't know if they would get a lecture or a concert, soul sensation John Legend took the stage with a soulful cover of Bob Marley's "Redemption Song."
Almost 1,400 students attended Legend’s performance Wednesday night in Goldstein Auditorium. The evening included questions and answers from the audience, a few of Legend's hits, and an inspirational speech.