A painting exhibition entitled “Inside Track” will be launched on June 11 at Lela Gallery. This exhibition is by one of the prolific artists, Mulugeta Tafesse.
The Swedish pop, jazz and soul sensation, Kristin Amparo, is scheduled to perform on June 13 at African Jazz Village. Amparo is a performer and composer from Stockholm who has been a fulltime musician for more than a decade.
Ethiopian-born actress Ruth Negga is receiving high praises for an Oscar worthy performance in the new British-American feature in Loving, which dramatizes the historic of 1967 US Supreme Court decision that legalized interracial marriage in a case called “Loving V. Virginia.”
Renowned writer and journalist Sibhat Gebregziabher had always dreamt of celebrating his 80th birthday. Unfortunately he passed away February 20, 2012 at the age of 76. However, his friends and fans did not let him down as they celebrated his 80th birthday on May 5 at Amist Kilo Campus, Graduate School Hall.
In celebration of fashion revolution day, a film entitled “The True Cost” was screened on April 22 at the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, inside the hall of National Archives and Library Agency.
By Heirete Yibaleh
Back in olden days, the stories of ‘Matlock’, a renowned, folksy, witty and popular though cantankerous attorney known for his trademark light gray suit and ‘Father Dowling’, a Catholic Priest who solves murders, abductions and other mysteries in his Chicago parish, assisted by a young streetwise nun, Sister Stephanie were top rated foreign series that Ethiopians saw on television.