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Stars support the Hear the World Foundation with a series of striking black and white portraits. Monica Bellucci, Harry Belafonte, Sting, Georgia May Jagger: these are just a few of the many stars who have had their photos taken for the 2013 Hear the World calendar. Pictured with one hand behind the ear – the distinctive Hear the World pose synonymous with conscious hearing – they help raise awareness of a much-neglected issue: the vital importance of good hearing and the serious consequences of hearing loss. All proceeds from the sale of the calendars will go to projects supported by the charitable Hear the World Foundation, which runs a global campaign to help people in need as a result of hearing loss. The calendar is now available to buy in a limited edition from http://www.hear-the-world.com
at a price of EUR 29.90/CHF 34.90 – the perfect holiday present for people who want to give an aesthetic gift and help a good cause in the process.
Before a recent show, Sting stopped by Studio 6B and performed "Walking on the Moon."
On Sunday, 9th December at 3 PM, a large original Aubusson tapestry, designed by Czech artist Petr Sís, and woven by master weavers in Aubusson, France, will be unveiled at a special ceremony at Václav Havel Airport Prague. This art work is devoted to the memory and legacy of Václav Havel. It was conceived by Art for Amnesty founder Bill Shipsey on behalf of Amnesty International and supported by five world famous musicians– Bono, The Edge, Peter Gabriel, Sting and Yoko Ono Lennon. The tapestry, measuring 5 x 4.25 meters, has been donated to the Dagmar and Václav Havel Foundation and will be displayed in Terminal 2 at the recently renamed Václav Havel Airport Prague...
Sting.com member exclusive: The Back to Bass tour is off to a
rocking start! Have you attended any shows yet? If not, here's a taste of
what you can look forward to! Check out this video of Sting and the band
performing "Roxanne" live in Lyon, France.
Sometimes a football is more than just a ball. Sometimes, it's a lifesaver. Tim Jahnigen has always followed his heart, whether as a carpenter, a chef, a lyricist or now as an entrepreneur. So in 2006, when he saw a documentary about children in Darfur who found solace playing football with balls made out of garbage and string, he was inspired to do something about it. The children, he learned, used trash because the balls donated by relief agencies and sporting goods companies quickly ripped or deflated on the rocky dirt that doubled as football fields. Kicking a ball around provided such joy in otherwise stressful and trying conditions that the children would play with practically anything that approximated a ball...