Rihanna Plans Clothing Line To Amaze The Fashion Forward
R&B, Pop Culture, and International songstress Rihanna has become the premier female artist globally. Her hits such as ′Under My Umbrella′ featuring Jay-Z and ′Don’t Stop The Music′ have landed her a place in world history. Insuring her most amazing legs for a cool million dollars, her swagger has set flames to the youth generations that are about enjoying life. Now the Barbadian/Guyanese mixed ethnicity singer is ready to bring her fabulous yet fun appeal to fashion world and set the tone of international style. “Rihanna is the new truth. She cut her hair and I knew 5 girls from at least 3 places that asked me if I thought they would look good with her punk-style haircut. (Continue Reading…)

Hip-hop star Jay-Z to perform at Obama voter drive
Jay-Z is doing an encore for Barack Obama. The 38-year-old rapper, a vocal supporter of the Democratic presidential candidate, is performing Saturday at a free concert in Detroit to promote voter registration. It is being offered by Obama’s campaign. Monday is the deadline in Michigan to register to vote in the November 4 election, prompting the last-minute push. The Grammy-winning rapper, whose hits include “99 Problems,” “Encore” and “Hard Knock Life,” has been promoting Obama for a while, flashing his photo during concerts and telling fans that it’s time for a change — one of Obama’s mottos. Jay-Z has also designed a T-shirt for sale by Obama’s campaign. (Continue Reading…)

Spike Lee’s Film Sparks Protests in Italy
Italian veteran partisans offended by US director Spike Lee’s World War II film “Miracle at St. Anna” planned a protest Wednesday at an advance screening in central Italy, media reports said. They plan to stage a sit-in in Viareggio, a town on the Tuscan coast near the village of Stazzema, where retreating German soldiers massacred 560 civilians in 1944, the reports said. The film, which is set for general release in Italy on Friday, shows a member of the resistance collaborating with the Nazis and failing to warn the villagers of the Germans’ advance. A dozen of the anti-Fascist partisans who were present during the massacre and about 50 survivors contest this version, according to the Italian daily La Stampa. “It is an erroneous version,” said writer Giorgio Bocca, a veteran partisan, wrote in an editorial in Wednesday’s La Repubblica, a left-leaning daily. (Continue Reading…)

UN Urges Rebels to Free 90 Kids in Congo
The United Nations on Wednesday urged rebels from the Lord’s Resistance Army to free 90 school children abducted two weeks ago in eastern Congo. U.N. officials called “for the immediate and unconditional release of all of the abducted children, taken during simultaneous attacks” on three villages in Orientale province Sept. 17. They blamed the Lord’s Resistance Army, which has waged one of Africa’s longest and most brutal rebellions, for abducting the children. (Continue Reading…)

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