The six-piece ensemble wrapping up summer residency at the Driftwood
Restaurant is located at one of the city's coolest "new" crossroads
Orchestra Baobab bring Seventies Senegal to modern America
For 53 years, the Havana ballet company of Alicia Alonso has felt free to create an original form of classical dance
Uzbek beauties! Swedish peaceniks! Iranian mummies! A guide to the high-wire act otherwise known as the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival.
The recent blockade of Cuba has only made its classic cinema all the more enticing
A new documentary chronicles the underground life of New York's street book vendors
Decades after their only recording, the Flatlanders ride their legend from the strange plains of Lubbock to a surprising reunion
Baritone saxophonist Fred Ho makes music for the revolution.
Director Wim Wenders imports Afro-Cuban music to the First World