Unlike the residents of Tromso, Norway, the US Secretary of State didn't immediately shovel sidewalks at his Boston home after a snowstorm. The residents of the "Capital of the Arctic" say they'd never let it slip. Why? Lutheran guilt, for one.
On what would have been his 70th birthday, we ask: How did Bob Marley become Bob Marley? "He was the hero of the youth when I grew up in Benin," says singer Angelique Kidjo. "The day he died all the schools closed."
The name of Argentina's foreign minister, Hector Timerman, was on a draft copy of an arrest note by a slain prosecutor. The prosecutor had been investigating the 1994 bombing of a Buenos Aires Jewish center.
How, why and where you can swim with statues, courtesy of singer and songwriter Dessa. This is the world premiere of her new video for her song "Sound The Bells," filmed off Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula.
Following the attacks on Charlie Hebdo, I was at the APAP conference in New York and spoke to several musicians about their reaction. Freedom of speech was in the air and I decided to ask a few of them how they see the balance between using their platforms to say whatever they want and being respectful of their public.
Brazilian seafood stew, Vietnamese Banh Mi or Armenian Lahmajun — those are just some of the tasty delights on the menu for PRI's The World's Marco Werman and food critic Steve Dolinsky as they take a culinary tour of Boston.