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· February, 2010

Stories about Music from February, 2010

Trinidad & Tobago: Radio Face-Off

Underground Trini Artiste thinks that Facebook is the new radio.

Uruguay: Internet Spreads Carnival Around the World

Thanks to the internet and social media, the Uruguayan Carnival can be enjoyed by nationals living abroad and tourists who once fell in love with the forty-day celebration.

Russia: Turgenev and the Viardots

St Petersblurb writes about the relationship of Ivan Turgenev, Pauline Viardot, and her husband.

Russia: “Most Influential Intellectual” Online Vote

At, Lyubov Borusyak writes that “a recent internet vote on the [Russia's] most influential intellectual saw instead postmodern ambiguity emerge victorious.”

Trinidad & Tobago: Cricketer's House Burgled

Cricket icon Brian Lara's house is burgled and tickets to the upcoming Beyoncé concert stolen, prompting Trinidad and Tobago girls, politics, sports, technology, carnival, and lifestyle to comment: “Brian Lara's...

Dominica: On Censorship

Dominica Weekly puts forward its take on the issue of censorship, commenting: “Dominican authorities must pay close attention to other lyrics which glorify guns, drugs, violence or deviant behaviour. Calypso,...

Trinidad & Tobago: On Carnival “shine[s] a spotlight on Trinidad’s largest cultural festival, Carnival”, while gspottt publishes a list of Carnival safety tips.

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