In the era of the 24-hour news cycle tragedies occupy a fleeting place in the media, their place quickly taken over by a newer concern. But the sad aftermath, of course, lingers.
Here's a couple of fave Haitian tunes of ours:
"Inflación", a killer track by the legendary, NY-based Tabou Combo, from their album The Masters [Barclay-1975];
and "Pwazon Rat" (Rat Poison) from Vodou Adjae [Mango-1991],
the stellar debut album by Boukman Eksperyans:
The Independent : Despite having the greatest oil reserves in the world, Venezuela’s government is being forced to spend millions of dolla...
Yes, indeed. It's their fault. The feeble approach that has allowed the toxic partisan cesspool that is American politics to fester, is...
As anyone even slightly familiar with The New York Post knows, "subtle" and "tactful" are not adjectives associated in a...