Music Choice Gets Urge

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World news

Okinawa's musicians provide a focus for Japanese protest against US bases

With Barack Obama visiting Japan in April, resentment at plans for the US Futenma military base is finding a musical voice... More »

Books

The poetry that moves men to tears

Anthony Holden's new anthology celebrates the poems that move men – with revealing contributions from the likes of Ian McEwan, Jonathan Franzen and Salman Rushdie... More »

Music

Kurt Cobain: an icon of alienation

Kurt Cobain was hailed by fans as a spokesman for his generation. His final act, on 5 April 1994, acknowledged that status, and violently rejected it... More »

Life and style

The nightmare of living with OCD

Is that my blood? Is it somebody else's? What if they were HIV-positive? What if I've caught it? Science writer David Adam reveals what it's like to live with an overwhelming fear of being infected with HIV... More »

Teacher Network

Demand outstrips supply for school places

Sponsored feature: Primary school places are being stretched beyond capacity – so how can we ensure children are educated in a safe environment without overcrowding?... More »

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Society

Re-thinking the treatment of mental illness

In too many cases, people suffering from mental illness have no say in the treatment they receive. Sophie Petit-Zeman reports on a survey urging a holistic re-think... More »

Society

Muslims urged to embrace their role in the west

Muslims must reach out and connect with other Britons as equal citizens, and resist the impulse to withdraw into isolated communities, one of the foremost thinkers on Islam in Europe will tell his audience this evening at the European Social Forum in London.... More »

Music

Music by the metre

Long before Pop Idol, there was another way for people with an inflated sense of their own abilities to pursue stardom. David Stubbs endures some song-poems... More »

Technology

Zune says there is no choice, says J Allard

Engadget got an interview with J Allard, the man behind both Zune and the Xbox, and tried to pin him down on Plays For Sure. The gist of it is that Plays For Sure is (by Microsoft standards) an open system while Zune is a closed system -- basically it's Microsoft's copy of Apple's iPod model.... More »

Culture

The best pop music of 2013: Kitty Empire's choice

Haim struck a blow for guitar bands and Disclosure and King Krule shone, but solo stars like Miley Cyrus went the way of all flesh, says Kitty Empire ... More »

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