Many Somali transplants in the US feel that their homeland is being ignored by international donors and different group around the country are trying desperately to raise money to help famine victims back home.
Haider Javed Warraich is a resident in internal medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. And he tells host Marco Werman that he was angry and disappointed when he discovered the identity of the bombing suspects.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with musicians Michael Rivard, Brahim Fribgane and Hasan Hakmoun about their work with ensemble Club d'Elf. It is a Boston-based group that performs variations on the ancient Moroccan style of gnawa.
Brazil is mourning the passing of architect Oscar Niemeyer. The man who gave the capital Brasilia its distinctive curved buildings died Wednesday at the age of 104. Marco Werman talks about Niemeyer's legacy with Lawrence Vale, a professor at MIT.
In an exclusive performance, Cuban pianist Omar Sosa and Italian trumpet player Paolo Fresu play songs from their recent album 'Alma.' In between songs they chat with Marco Werman about their collaboration.