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· May, 2012

Stories about Arts & Culture from May, 2012

9 May 2012

Spain: Historic Battle of Almansa Remembered in Valencia

Valencian netizens enthusiastically used the internet to take part in an annual remembrance of April 25, 1707: the day that Valencia lost its political autonomy to the Kingdom of Spain.

Video: Adobe Youth Voices Aspire Awards Voting Open

Young underprivileged youth learning multi-media tools are showcasing their work through The Adobe Youth Voices Aspire Awards. Entries include documentaries, music videos, poetry, audio, graphic design, narrative, animation and photography.

8 May 2012

Martinique: “Think Like A Man”, Just Not in France

The cancellation of the release of American movie “Think Like A Man” in movie theaters is being discussed by French of African descent. Read on to find out how an...

Armenia: The Bambir in Ireland

5 May 2012

Best of the Blogs 2012: Winners Announced

After a month of voting and jury discussions, the awards for this year's Best of the Blogs - the BOBs - have been decided. In addition to winners decided by...

4 May 2012

Angola: Loss of a Human Rights Advocate

Russia: Tolstoy's ‘War and Peace’ Legacy Today

RuNet Echo

RuNet Echo continues its series examining the 200th anniversary of Tsarist Russia's Victory over Napoleon by examining Leo Tolstoy's novel 'War and Peace' and the role it plays today online....

2 May 2012

Global Voices Podcast: Food for Thought, Food to Eat

In this edition we explore the latest work and events in the Global Voices community. We also speak with some friends about the cross cultural elements of our lives, with...

Lebanon: Demotivational Humour on Facebook

Recently a number of Facebook pages have been started about specifically Lebanese memes. In this post Global Voices interviews the creator of a page called “Demotivational Lebanon”.