The News Review:
- Colombia clings to its brutal bull festivals
- Festival openers illuminate narrative
- “U2 In 3D” Bono & Bandmates Hit Sundance Film Festival…
- Air Jamaica Jazz & Blues festival gears up for live webcast
Colombia clings to its brutal bull festivals
International Herald Tribune – Jan 23, 2008
The legendary Luis Gumersindo Cuadrado who is in his 50s according to local newspapers took part in 938 corralejas before announcing his retirement this year. He fought under the name Kalimán wearing a white turban. Cuadrado gored in the face stomach and leg at a festival in December in the town of Sampués walked the stands here in Sincelejo on Sunday displaying his wounds to the crowd and receiving money in return. But money is just one incentive.
Festival openers illuminate narrative
NEWS.com.au – Jan 23, 2008
artist Doug Aitken famed for his advocacy of “exploded cinema”. Skip to:Search BoxSection NavigationNetwork NavigationContentView the Sitemapndm.
“U2 In 3D” Bono & Bandmates Hit Sundance Film Festival…
CBS News – Jan 23, 2008
arrive at the premiere of their film “U2 3D” at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City Utah on Saturday Jan. In addition to the film U2 joins Josh Groban Patti Smith 50 Cent and John Legend as contributors to the soundtrack of this year’s film festival.
Air Jamaica Jazz & Blues festival gears up for live webcast
Jamaica bserver – Jan 23, 2008
Air Jamaica Jazz & Blues festival gears up for live webcast – JAMAICABSERVER. tv and Telstar Cable in collaboration with the organisers have reached a deal to beam the festival to the world.