Ty Cullen's idea to walk around New York City asking people what song they're listening to has really taken off.
See what people are listening to in other cities.
Sommer Collier at "A Spicy Perspective" has a wonderful story and recipe for an Indian summer drink.
Un match visuel amical entre ces deux villes, c'est le regard d'un amoureux de Paris sur un New York rempli de détails, de clichés et de contradictions : suivez le guide.
A friendly visual match between two cities told by a lover of Paris wandering through NewYork. Details, clichés, contradictions : This way, please.
Here's a cool bit of video of one of the legends of flamenco dancing, Carmen Amaya.
Salif Keïta, an albino prince from Mali, is a direct descendant of the founder of the Mali Empire, Sundiata Keita. His royal heritage meant that under the Malian caste system, he should never have become a singer, which was deemed to be a griot's role. But since he was cast out by his family and ostracized by the community (albinism is believed to be a sign of bad luck), he was able to pursue his musical passion and became The Golden Voice of Africa.
The Salif Keita Global Foundation - For the fair treatment and social integration of persons with albinism
British-Indian singer Sheila Chandra performs a piece of vocalised taal -- a kind of old-school beatboxing used by Indian classical music percussionists to practice their parts without an instrument.
"These remarkable hand-colored images from the early 20th century, unearthed from Oregon State University's public domain archive, offer a rare look at Japan's rich cultural legacy."