According to the Guinness World Records Organization, Dr. Saburo Shochi, at 106, Has Become...

His recent feat, which has been recognized by the renowned Guinness record-keeping association, and which has been confirmed by airline officials on each leg...

iChoose debuts in Chicago’s Mariano Azuela School

iChoose, ICAP’s innovative youth empowerment program that combines a mini-musical drama with small-group discussions to provide a vital anti-violence message to high school and...

New jazz opera by Wayne Shorter and esperanza spalding reimagines a more hopeful Iphigenia

The sound of her cry pierces the centuries, expressing the trauma of women, whose roles within humanity are essential, but whose lives have often...

ICAP Honors Betty Williams

The International Committee of Artists for Peace presented Betty Williams, a 1976 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and founder of World Centers of Compassion for...

Jazz legend Buster Williams Brings his Groove to Abington Friends

As 16-year-old Alex Wood plays the jazz standard "Misty" on the piano, bassist Buster Williams hangs on every note. But it is the absence...

Haverford, PA • High School Senior Hosts Artists as Peacemakers Exhibit

(The following article comes to us courtesy of the Haverford High School website: www.haverford.k12.pa.us/hhs) There is no such thing as senioritis for Hope Schmid. With...

‘Victory Over Victimhood’ at St. Bernard High School marks the debut of iChoose 2.0

What if, instead of coming at us from our circumstances or from how others are behaving toward us, stress and anxiety are actually created...

Professor Hancock on “Wisdom of Miles Davis” Set 1

What “Miles took it upon himself to do,” said the first African-American to hold the title of Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry...

Chicago, Illinois • Marcus Dunleavy Gives a Concert in Support of Citywide ‘Now Is...

On May 30, the Prosser Career Academy (high school) on Chicago’s west side, welcomed guitarist and ICAP artist Marcus Dunleavy for a return concert...

Shuri Castle, a World Heritage Site on Okinawa, transports visitors back to the Ryukyu...

When Shuri Castle—a historical Ryukyu Kingdom jewel believed to have been constructed in the late 14th century—was destroyed during the 1945 Battle of Okinawa,...
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