Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Art

Makush Art Gallery: Thriving Against All Odds, a Cultural Oasis Emerges

Tesfaye Hiwot's legacy shines on as Makush continues to flourish Artworks and art galleries hold a profound significance in documenting and visually embodying the culture,...

Assefa Guya: From Mosaics to Literary Triumphs, Continuing an Artistic Legacy

The Guya family, renowned for their artistic contributions to Ethiopia's evolving aesthetic landscape, has once again captivated audiences with their creative prowess. From the...

Ethiopia’s journey to embrace Judo: A sport with cultural resonance, global significance

Ethiopia, a relative newcomer to the international judo community, embarked on its judo journey in 2010 through the Ethiopian Judo Association. Officially registered in...

The ever-rising toll of accidents

It is only true to say that the haphazard manner with which neighborhoods and road networks were historically laid out in Addis Ababa has made the work of emergency response teams difficult, thereby worsening the toll in the aftermath of accidents.

Kana – an epitome of success or avarice?

To say that the local television scene has undergone seismic changes over the past few years would be to belabor the obvious.

Gumma best actress winner attributes glory to team

“This Gumma I received is not just mine, but is to be extended to all the people that have nurtured me and helped in my transition as an artist,” Edelwork Tassew, newly minted Gumma award recipient for best actress, told The Reporter. “I am blessed to work in an industry that is growing and producing talented film professionals.”
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Breathalyzer hoped to lower DUI accidents

Ethiopia, with a population of 90-plus million and 478,244 vehicles, registered 25.3 traffic fatalities per 100,000 people, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

Who decides on parenting?

Gender issues, particularly the rights of women to a fair share in the distribution of social roles and responsibilities, has been on the national and global agenda for many years now.

The curious case of pregnancy cravings

While nausea, exhaustion and back pain are some of the common symptoms of pregnancy, many expecting mothers can also harbor conditions commonly known as food craving or, in other cases, food aversion.
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Meanders of Easter markets

In almost all cultures and societies around the world holiday celebrations are linked with either some sort of ritualistic spectacle or a grand holiday feast.

Story of struggle and resilience ends up on the big screen

By Roberta Bell As Zekarias Mesfin traversed the Sahara Desert on foot, he held on to the hope that he was slowly trudging towards a better life.

Aida Muluneh: expressing history through body painting

Aida Muluneh spent a peripatetic childhood in Yemen, England, Cyprus, Canada and the United States before settling in the States to study and become a photojournalist.
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Class hierarchy in Ethiopia

The feudal mode of production and the archaic land tenure system obtaining in pre-1974 Ethiopia meant that peasants had to share the better part of their produce to absentee landlords.

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