A painting exhibition entitled “crossroad” by Tesfaye Bekele will open today at Lela Galley. The exhibition features Tesfaye's critical view of the city’s [Addis Ababa] fast changing social and cultural landscape.
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.”
By Heirete Yibaleh
Throughout human history, it has been established that the fruit of power is in the hands of the beholder. The types of power people have might be different but the outcome and decision to do good or bad lies in the hands of the one who possesses it. Whether it is knowledge, authority, money or talent all of them can be thrown in both directions. Power in the hands of the likes of Adolf Hitler resulted in the holocaust