Turntables on the Gulf presents Massive Attack’s Daddy G.

By Ghida Arnaout Tuesday, March 24, 2015 0 , , , , Permalink 0

Turntables on the Gulf and DUST does it again. Bringing you beats from global grooves, hip hop, beats, drum n bass, reggae, dub, through to boogie, house and disco. What else can a music savvy person ask for? Add sunshine, drinks and food and it’s going to be the perfect party.

Turntables on the Gulf, which is a concept originally called Turntable on the Hudson ,originated in New York by co-founder Dj Nickodemus since 1998. 2015 marks Turntables on the Hudson 17th Anniversary so in Dubai the celebration will include Captain Planet (Bastard Jazz / NY) and the legendary frontman DADDY G of world famous, UK ground breaking band MASSIVE ATTACK, plus an all-star UAE line up.

When? March 27

Where? Zero Gravity

Entrance? Free for girls until midnight, Free for guys before 10 pm, 100 aed after

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805 Million Names| Zlatan Ibrahimović

By Ghida Arnaout Monday, February 16, 2015 0 , , , , Permalink 0

Music: Tornado by Jonsi

”On 14 February 2015, Paris Saint-German played against Caen at Parc des Princes. For most players this game was just another day on the job. For Zlatan Ibrahimović this was his most important game to date.

Underneath his sweater he had 50 new names tattooed. Names of people he’d never met, but still wanted to keep close. Names of some of the 805 million people suffering from hunger today.

These people don’t often make the front page, yet hunger and malnutrition are the number one risk to health worldwide — greater than AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis combined.

This is a campaign from the World Food Programme, the world’s largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide. In emergencies, they get food to where it is needed, saving the lives of victims of war, civil conflict and natural disasters. WFP is part of the United Nations system and is voluntarily funded.

On average, WFP reaches more than 80 million people with food assistance in 75 countries each year. About 11,500 people work for the organisation, most of them in remote areas, serving the hungry.

Support The United Nations World Food Programme and Zlatan Ibrahimović’s fight against hunger athttp://WFP.org/805millionnames