Chronicles of Eniyan … a caution on life
Lamine Pearlheart, author and poet, once said: “When you are drunk with yourself you don’t hear your loud voice, yet everyone else does.
African beauties shine on Glo-powered CNN African Voices
The next episode of the popular television magazine on the Cable News Network (CNN), African Voices, will be showcasing three beautiful ladies who have carved...
In Soyinka’s Death and the King’s Horseman, national interest, culture take centre stage
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, the Indian sage and political activist, describing the extent colonialists wanted their colonies to do away with their cultures, by destroying cultural artefacts and making them change their thinking, said: “A nation’s culture resides in the heart and in the soul of its people.” Though Gandhi and Wole Soyinka, author of Death…
Our husband has gone mad again goes on stage in Abuja
Ola Rotimi’s comedy, Our husband has gone mad again, will be staged at Merit House, Maitama, Abuja, from today to Sunday, June 16, 2019. Performances start by 4:00pm and 7:00pm.
Firm develops app to digitalise talent hunt, unveils music contest
To create more confidence in reality shows in the country, especially musical talent hunts, Swypatune has developed an app for the digitalisation to avoid lack of transparency associated with many of such shows in the country.
In Abeokuta, masters chart future for drum in Africa
Last weekend, it was drums carnival in Abeokuta, as the city hosted the 4th edition of African Drum Festival.
Stella Oyedepo and the unfulfilled dream
For the arts and culture community, it has been wailing unlimited with the passing on of the General Manager of National Theatre, Dr. Stella Oyedepo.
It’s a cultural instinct to wait to get picked. To seek out the permission and authority that comes from a publisher or talk show host or even a blogger saying, “I pick you.” Once you reject that impulse and realize that no one is going to select you–which Prince Charming has chosen another house–then you can actually get to work- Seth Godin