VideoAn Indian rapper’s music video has put the spotlight on consumer giant Unilever and its CEO Paul Polman over mercury-related liabilities in a bio-diverse region around the town of Kodaikanal in southern India, bringing attention to a 14-year-old mercury contamination issue like never before. Singer-rapper Sofia Ashraf’s three-minute rap video ‘Kodaikanal [...]
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Taylor Swift is the world’s bestie, and that means she has a lot of friends. She’s been putting this fact to use on her massive North American tour, bringing out a different famous friend for a song at every show. At Swift’s concert in Vancouver last night, her latest guests were Norwegian pop duo Nico […]
YouTube This has always been one of my favorite songs by Bruce Hornsby, a gorgeous, moving duet with Shawn Colvin about a lost soul adrift between two worlds. (An especially lovely touch: notice how Bruce and Shawn switch harmony parts in the first and second choruses.) There was a man of confused...
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