Football Fan Dies Trying to Dribble Ball 10,000 Miles to Brazil In Support Of The One World Futbol Project...

May 16, 2013

"My sincere condolences to the family and friends of Richard Swanson. What a tragic loss this is. His truly inspiring and spontaneous work ( to highlight the One World Futbol Project was deeply appreciated by all of us. The work will continue." - Sting
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May 15, 2013

The Daily Telegraph's James Collard meets Sting, a rock star, environmental activist and long-time Indophile, in Jodhpur of north-west India, to support the Maharaja's head injuries charity. To find the Grammy-award-winning singer in Jodhpur's Mehrangarh Fort is not entirely surprising. It is no secret that over the years Sting and Trudie have been fascinated by all things Indian - from Hinduism and sitar music to yoga and tantric sex. Sting himself has been coming here for more than three decades, sometimes to celebrate New Year in Goa, sometimes to camp in the Thar Desert outside Jaisalmer, sometimes to join pilgrims visiting the holy headwaters of the Yumuna and Ganges rivers. On occasion he has even brought his two children. "I've been lucky enough to share it with my family, and now my children love it as much as I do," he says...

May 14, 2013
Millions know their voices, but few know their names. Check out the trailer for the compelling new film "Twenty Feet From Stardom" from award-winning director Morgan Neville, which shines a spotlight on the untold true stories of the backup singers behind some of the greatest musicians of the 21st century. Along with rare archival footage, "Twenty Feet From Stardom" includes interviews with Sting, Bruce Springsteen, Stevie Wonder, Mick Jagger, and many more, and features frequent Sting collaborators Lisa Fischer and Jo Lawry, among others. The film opens in the US on June 14. Please visit or for additional details...