With friends and family spread out across the globe, perhaps a Zoom wedding is the only way to really have everyone present — in pandemic times or not.
Hours after a tweet from President Donald Trump insisting Mexicans pay for a border wall, Mexican officials offered aid to Harvey victims in the United States.
This July we featured a unique selection of music on The World. Here are a few highlights.
Here are our latest music highlights.
“Politics demonizes. Culture humanizes.”
A game of tug of war stretches from Austin, Texas, to Mexico City.
At SXSW, it’s not just the president’s executive orders that cause concerns. Companies are worried about their ability to recruit the world’s top talent if America sounds — and becomes — a less welcoming place.
If you can't make it to Austin for the festival, don't worry — you can still enjoy it from the comfort of your home.
The World is part of a very cool project at the upcoming South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas. We've collaborated on a showcase called Contrabanned: #MusicUnites.
President Donald Trump's proposed immigration ban has left many musicians with a lot of uncertainty. To that point, The World is part of a very cool project — a new showcase at the upcoming SXSW festival highlighting artists from some of the banned countries.
At a time when they’re feeling under threat, Texas Muslims flocked to the city of Austin this week to take part in the annual Texas Muslim Capitol Day. Huge numbers of supporters turned out too. But some of the conversations between Muslim voters and state lawmakers are difficult ones.