Sarah Taryam, Arts EditorA summer song just hits your ears differently. I am sure if you think back to any particular summer of your life you will remember a tune which you can call the soundtrack of that season. This week we are taking a look at some fantastic singles which definitely qualify as some of this summer’s best soundtracks.
It has been a little over a year since the global pandemic began. With most entertainment awards being cancelled or postponed, the 63rd Grammy Awards went ahead on Sunday
Who says talent must belong to only one genre? If this were the case, we would miss out on some amazing
performances from singers who get into acting and vice versa.
With pop stars come pop fans, and those fans have the potential to make or break anything that comes in their way. This week we are taking a look at fan armies of music stars and how they are becoming out of control.
The Netflix show “Emily in Paris” portrays a young Midwesterner struggling to adapt to a new culture after a serendipitous promotion sends her to France. She got the job despite not speaking French, a highly unlikely scenario in real life. The plot might have been more believable to me if the character were multilingual because I speak English, Spanish
When President Joe Biden motorcades from the White House to an environmental protection event on Tuesday he will hear grumbling on the left and grumbling on the right. And the 80-year-old Washington veteran will be perfectly happy. The country is still waiting for Biden to announce officially that he will seek a second term next year. But already the
In the swiftly changing scenario of international relations, UAE President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan told visiting Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad, “Syria has been absent from its brothers for too long, and the time has come for it to return to them and to its Arab surroundings.” It is a bold call for Arab unity,
Urs Kessler, who runs Jungfrau Railways, a train that takes tourists up the highest mountain in Switzerland, was excited for the return of Chinese tourists after COVID-19 restrictions were lifted late last year. But barring one small group in February and a few larger ones expected in May, few have materialised. Many tour operators like