Winning over American crowds can sometimes be tough for foreign rock bands. But Swedish group The Sounds has always enjoyed an easy, reciprocal relationship with U.S. fans. "In Sweden, we have a little bit of a different crowd," lead singer Maja Ivarsson explains. "Over here in America, though, w ... More >>
German car giant Mercedes-Benz and its comically mustachioed CEO Dieter Zetsche are getting railroaded on the Interwebs today after advertising a new car sharing program under Che Guevara's face and the slogan: Viva la revolucion!Nein! Cuban activists including Felix Rodriguez -- one of the guys who ... More >>
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