Belgian singer-songwriter Maarten Devoldere, known as the frontman of Balthazar, comes to Greece as a solo act, Warhaus, to perform at Thessaloniki's WE venue (weskg.gr) and Athens' Gazarte (gazarte.gr) the following night. With romantic rock music that has been described as "dark and sexy," the act will be performing tracks from his last album, 2022's "Ha Ha Heartbreak" and older tunes.
As people brace for the disruptive impact of artificial intelligence on jobs and everyday living, those in the world of audio books say their field is already being transformed.
AI has the ability to create human-sounding recordings - at assembly-line speed while bypassing at least part of the services of the human professionals who for years have made a living with their voices.
Sweden won the Eurovision Song Contest early Sunday, as singer Loreen beat out 25 competitors in the finale of the world's biggest live music event, hosted by Britain on behalf of war-torn Ukraine.
A previous victor in 2012, Loreen is the first woman to win the eccentric, much-loved competition twice and only the second person to do so after Johnny Logan for Ireland in the 1980s.
High school pupils in the city of Mostar in south-west Bosnia and Herzegovina were taken by their school on Thursday on a 'Walk of Love for the Unborn', a Catholic religious march through the city, media reported.
It was not clear from the media reports if the pupils' consent or that of their parents was sought for their participation.