Occupy! was the 2011 Word of the Year according to the American Dialect Society. Did Americans sober up in 2011, or do we simply prefer to alternate between heaviosity and levity?
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I believe the current times are forcing our hand to burn the candle from both ends, a common phrase that signifies one must work double-time from two ends of the same spectrum.
CHICAGO — Dreadlocks, Bob Marley and an unwanted haircut.
Those are the unlikely subjects of an opinion issued on Friday by the 7th U.S. Circui...
Having a child shouldn't mean your musical taste should lose its flavor. You shouldn't have to subject yourself and your baby to listening solely to Raffi, Barney and Disney tracks 24/7.
The Kooks' "Junk of the Heart" is a catchy throwback song about -- I think anyway -- a guy who wants to show the world to the girl he loves -- assuming she's as in to him as he is to her.
MIAMI — The half-brother of reggae legend Bob Marley said Thursday he will fight a lawsuit that seeks to stop him from using Marley's name and i...
MIAMI -- A feud has erupted within the first family of reggae, with the widow and nine children of Bob Marley suing his half brother to stop use of th...
-- "Love Goes to Buildings on Fire: Five Years in New York That Changed Music Forever" (Faber and Faber), by Will Hermes: New York City might have be...
Bob Marley's sons are determined to carry on their father's legacy to "harmonize humanity" according to 1Love.org.
Rohan and Julian Marley, along...
The fact that the movement doesn't make demands of Wall Street -- or Washington, for that matter -- doesn't mean it doesn't have demands. It does, but they're not directed at Wall Street, or K Street, or Pennsylvania Avenue. They're directed at you.
A great new double CD set has just been released celebrating the unsung musical genius of the late John Martyn called Johnny Boy Would Love This...A Tribute to John Martyn.
This week we review albums by The Black Eyed Peas, Matt Elliott, Bob Marley, Dinah Washington, and more.
TORONTO (CP) - Marilyn Monroe, Bob Marley and mixed martial arts seem like a strange mix but Jamie Salter sees all three as blue-chip investments.
Today marks the 30th anniversary of Bob Marley's death.
The legendary reggae musician died of cancer in a hospital in Miami on May 11, 1981, at the...
NEW ORLEANS -- In a rare appearance, Lauryn Hill commanded a stage Saturday at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival as thousands of spectators loo...
Christy Turlington hopes the "Every Mother Counts" CD -- and her advocacy initiative of the same name -- will bring attention to maternal health issues in the weeks leading up to Mother's Day.
In America, "corporatocracy" has transformed into something closer to democracy. We must acknowledge the reality that for millions of Americans, subjugation has in fact resulted in mental slavery.
Nathan Collett's new feature film Togetherness Supreme offers a bright, young, film school-hip view into Kenya's dark political and social struggles.
Steve Vai and Berklee are trying to set a record in Guinness by attempting to teach as many guitarists online as possible within a single lesson.
Not all revolutionaries and revolutions are remembered with the fondness of Byron and Guevara.
All over the world, the Marley name has become synonymous with reggae music, rastafari, Jamaica and the ideals of love, hope, justice and unity.
Here are some promising songs for a very volatile moment in world history. And here's hoping everyone in Egypt can read The Huffington Post -- or anything else they want to read -- very soon.
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