Smokey Robinson, a musical luminary and the heart and soul of Motown Records, has serenaded generations with his timeless melodies and soulful lyrics. As we embark on a journey through his illustrious career, we find ourselves immersed in a world of love, heartache, and the enduring magic of his music. In this article, we will
Few artists in the history of country music have left an indelible mark quite like Willie Nelson. With a career spanning over six decades, the Red-Headed Stranger has become an iconic figure, not just in the world of country, but in American music as a whole. His distinctive voice, impeccable songwriting skills, and outlaw image
In the realm of rock music, Def Leppard stands as an iconic powerhouse, a band that has left an indelible mark on the landscape of music history. With a career spanning several decades, their fusion of hard rock and melodic sensibilities has captivated generations of fans across the globe. As we delve into the sonic
In the illustrious tapestry of contemporary music, few names resonate as brilliantly as that of Donald Fagen. As one half of the iconic duo Steely Dan and a celebrated solo artist in his own right, Fagen’s musical prowess and lyrical finesse have indelibly shaped the landscape of rock, jazz, and fusion. Embarking on a sonic
By Jake Coyle, AP Film Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Nia DaCosta, director of the upcoming “The Marvels,” has a diagnosis for the recent struggles of superhero movies. It basically comes down to, she says, “Mo’ money, mo’ problems.” Success inevitably breeds bigger budgets. Box-office expectations get inflated. Even superhero spandex can’t sustain endless cycles
The post Afro e-edition 09-08-2023 appeared first on AFRO American Newspapers .
By Sam Metz and Mosa’ab Elshamy, The Associated Press MARRAKECH, Morocco (AP) — A rare, powerful earthquake struck Morocco, sending people racing from their beds into the streets and toppling buildings in mountainous villages and ancient cities not built to withstand such force. More than 2,000 people were killed, and the toll was expected to
Murphy Fine Arts Center, named after longtime AFRO publisher Carl J. Murphy, first opened its doors in December 2001. (Photo courtesy of Morgan State University) By Eric Addison, Morgan State University Morgan State University’s architectural gem at 2201 Argonne Drive, the Murphy Fine Arts Center, was many years in the making. The long timeline began
The quake about 50 miles from Marrakesh turned residences into rubble and left the survivors terrified.
It remained unclear how quickly emergency teams would be able to reach the victims and prevent more deaths. Many of the areas affected by the quake are remote mountain villages that are not easily accessible.