On Saturday, November 3, the Treehouse Tech Workspace in Sinkor became the attraction of many literary enthusiasts excited about the Liberia launch of She Would Be King, the debut novel by U.S.-based Liberian author Wayétu Moore.
On October 26, a locally produced honey from Liberia was awarded first prize in a category at the National Honey Show held in England, the United Kingdom.
President Weah has congratulated the popular musician, DenG for making history by being the first Liberian to perform at the One Africa Music Fest in New York.
Henry Toe, also known on stage as Amaze, has won a global creative arts contest organized in South Africa.
History was made in the Liberian entertainment industry over the weekend when Liberia’s Afro-pop star Daniel George, commonly known as DenG, performed at the One Africa Music Festival in New York in the U.S.
Dauphin County in the United States was the host of a mixed African cultural spectacle when the 43rd birthday of Steven Makor was celebrated.
The stories of these migrants are portrayed in the movie Fire at Sea, one of several movies being shown during this year’s EuroLiberian Film Festival. The documentary juxtaposes the migrants’ dangerous journey against a background of the ordinary lives of residents on the Italian island, Lampedusa, where many of these migrants first land on European soil.
Liberia’s first social justice blog, Sleepless in Monrovia, was officially launched on March 12, 2018 by its co-founders, Shari Raji and Suma Massaley.