The "big 5" record labels have controlled music for decades. "Peer-to-peer" filesharing could break their monopoly grip, but they're fighting back with merciless lawsuits against families with children. Musicians and fans are organizing to defend these families, and rescue our music culture from corporate control.
Intoxicated college students poured out of bars surrounding the BU area and took to the streets after the Redsox lost the American League Championship yesterday. Hundreds of police attempted to disperse the crowd, which threw bottles at riot cops and broke the windows of an expensive hotel.
The as yet un-named anti-capitalist collective has called for an anti-capitalist bloc to converge at 11:30am at 7th & P st NW. We will march to the convention center while saying hello to City Living and then proceed to meet up with the A.N.S.W.E.R march.
On the eve of the second SIEV X anniversary in a welcome and historic development the Senate of Australia specifically expressed its regret and sympathy for the loss of so many innocent lives 146 children, 142 women and 65 men -a total of 353. While many politicians in the both houses of parliament are working hard to ensure justice, it was the first motion of condolence for asylum seekers to pass into the Australian parliament.