Thursday, September 29, 2022


    Becoming synonymous: Kitfo central to Meskel celebrations

    On September 27, 2022, 17 days after the Ethiopian New Year, the savory smell of kitfo, burning wood, and the yellow fields of Adey...

    Miss Tourism Africa

    Ethiopia and Africa as a whole have emerged as the origins and symbols of beauty and serenity in a nation where beauty has become...

    Coffee with a twist

    In and around Addis Ababa, coffee shop culture is currently growing, making it difficult to tell one from the other. Some coffee shops stand...

    An unforgettable journey to the land of Kunta Kinte

    With a warm climate year round and an abundance of beaches, The Gambia has become a popular budget tourist destination in recent years.

    The loss of a legend

    “Getatchew Mekurya, 81, Jazz Saxophonist Known for an Imposing Sound and Presence” was the title of the story The New York Times published in its New York edition on April 12, 2016. True to form, the legendary Ethiopian saxophonist was an exceptional performer and loud cheers usually accompany his energetic performances.

    Art goes to the street

    Arguably Ethiopians are not very public by nature; perhaps socially speaking they are. And many people are public-shy. Well, it looks like these barriers are being broken these days thanks to an emerging art scene in the capital called street performance art.

    Wine culture in Addis

    Wine evolved as part of life, culture and diet since time immemorial. As an enduring cultural symbol of fine life, the role of wine has evolved over time, changing from an important source of nutrition to a cultural complement to food and conviviality compatible with a healthy lifestyle.

    The public transport nightmares for pregnant women

    The public transportation service of Addis Ababa leaves a lot to be desired. There is a long way to go before it meets the required standards.

    The perplexing nightlife during Lent

    On many occasions, finding a number of people guzzling juice and devouring vegetables after 7:00 in the evening is a somewhat uncommon trend to observe in Addis Ababa since it is usually a time when people go to bars to spend a couple of hours sipping beer.

    The complicated case of dementia

    What do former United States President Ronald Reagan, former Prime Ministers of the UK Harold Wilson, renowned footballer Ferenc Puskás, Academy Award winning actor Charlton Heston and Nobel laureate Charles K.

    From Kalashnikov to the brush

    Brothers at War, was the phrase used by the Western media to describe the Ethio-Eritrea war that took place from May 1998 to June 2000.

    To live or leave: the story of roommates

    The informal term for roommate is roomie, which is commonly used by university students in different parts of the world.

    It is getting quiet in here!

    Given the city’s status as the headquarters of the African Union and the special attachment that the country has with reggae artists, which they publicize in their songs, one would expect A-list artists would be flocking to Addis Ababa to perform all the time.

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