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Movies under the stars: Addis’s outdoor cinema

It has indeed come a long way. When first introduced, cinema was such a novelty for residents of Addis who associated it with the Evil One, so much so that the very first movie theater was referred to as “the Devil’s House”.

Like father, like son

The self-proclaimed ‘spiritual revolutionary’, and the son of legendary musician, Bob Marley, Damian, has worked assiduously to carve his own niche in music history and to add a new perspective to the Marley legacy for the 21st century.

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.

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.”

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.

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.