Senior Obama administration officials told the Washington Post that they are beginning to see the conflicts in Syria and Iraq as unified. We'll talk to historian and security expert John Mearsheimer about how the conflicts are connected.
Jerome and Radio M host Tony Sarabia revisit two "Musical Show and Tells," in-studio performance chats with local musicians who play a global instrument. Back in August, Iranian-American Mehran Jalili showed off his blend of flamenco guitar and Persian rhythms.
On this week's Global Notes, we return to our occasional series “Musical Show and Tell,” in which we learn about a global instrument: its history, sound and influence on music around the world.Iranian-American Mehran Jalili wrote us earlier this summer and offered to share his e
A group of musicians is creating a new style of flamenco. Their twist? A touch of Chicago. Catalina Maria Johnson has the story of El Payo. MUSIC: El PayoChicago is a long way from sunny Spain, but a local group is bringing the heat of flamenco to the Windy City.
Kathi’s quick to laugh and joke—we’ve established that already. But she’s also an incredibly astute observer of other people. A listener, like Evelin Santos. And the flamenco world has a lot to observe. Let’s face it: it sounds a little crazy.