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· March, 2015

Stories about Arts & Culture from March, 2015

A Trinidadian Falls in Love with Jamaica

  26 March 2015

Trindadian diaspora fashion blogger, Afrobella, grew up “steeped in reggae music and [with] a love for Jamaican culture” – so why did it take her so long to actually visit the island? She's not sure she can answer that question, considering that her first impression was that “Jamaica is an...

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Why I Love Norooz

The Bridge  20 March 2015

What's not to love about Norooz? It marks the beginning of the new year for people in Iran and elsewhere in the region.

Can Artists Earn a Living in the Age of Social Media?

  19 March 2015

Not only can artists live off their work, but the Internet can actually be a lifeline for them in today's increasingly competitive marketplace. The blog RamGon looks into opportunities for painters in social media and, more importantly, into how the medium can help artists to publicize and market their work.  In...

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In Caracas I Found Tehran

The Bridge  18 March 2015

Against the backdrop of the rapprochement between their two countries, Iranians and Venezuelans find friendship and common ground—and love too.

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Real Goats. Real Stories. Bangladesh Delivers.

  11 March 2015

Read the full interview here at Scroll.in. Bangladesh has now a satirical Facebook page much like Pigeons of New York, which is itself a parody site of the famous Humans of New York project. Goats of Bangladesh is only about six months old, but it boasts of almost 10,000 followers. Sahil Bhalla of Scroll.in interviewed one of the...

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