Spanish musician Alejandro Sanz has won more Grammy awards than any other Spanish-language singer. His sales top more than 20 million albums. He now lives in Miami and he's hoping to gain more awards, sales and acclaim.
Boston is hosting one of the largest anime conventions in the country this weekend. Anchor Marco Werman meets author Ian Condry to talk about his new book, "The Soul of Anime" and get a guided tour of the Anime Boston convention.
Ray Manzarek, keyboard player and founding member of the 60s rock band The Doors, has died aged 74. Marco Werman gives Manzarek a send-off with some of the sounds he helped influence from Togo, Nigeria and Cuba.
Every now and then, we like to send our reporters to local record shops in different parts of the world to find out what's hot there. We sent The World's Jason Margolis to a shop in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and he sent us this report.
Remember the 1986 film 'The Fly,' by David Cronenberg? Or the 1958 original, with Vincent Price? Well, now "The Fly" has landed on stage in Paris . . . as an opera. The World's Gerry Hadden caught a performance.
Psychologists and physical therapists believe learning to tango can help people suffering from Alzheimers, Parkinson's Disease, and depression, and Richard Reynolds finds out more at the first International Conference on Tango Therapy.
The World's Aaron Schachter tells us about a new play that opened in Beirut this week. It's an adaptation of a critically acclaimed book about the Israeli curfew imposed on the West Bank Palestinian city of Ramallah in 2002.
Correspondent Nishat Kurwa reports on an Indian dance master who started teaching in California in the early 1970s. At the time, his students were "flower children." Now his students are the children of south Asian immigrants who want their kids to learn about Indian culture.