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Apr 21st

Mista Maeham – as real as it gets

Mista Maeham – as real as it getsThere's one thing that anyone with an understanding of street culture will know and that's the realness of the verses in a Mista Maeham song.
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Watch Out! The Portly Security Guard's Back on the Segway

Watch Out! The Portly Security Guard's Back on the SegwayKevin James, star of the hit comedies Paul Blart: Mall Cop and Zookeeper will also be seen late this year in the ensemble, sci-fi comedy Pixels. He began his showbiz career as a stand-up comic on the Long Island circuit. After being discovered at the 1996 Montreal Comedy Festival, he signed a network development deal to create his own sitcom.
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BOOK REVIEW: My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me

BOOK REVIEW: My Grandfather Would Have Shot Meby Jennifer Teege
with Nikola Sellmair
The Experiment Publishing
Hardcover, $24.95
230 pages, Illustrated
ISBN: 978-1-61519-253-3
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BOOK REVIEW: Corruption Officer

BOOK REVIEW: Corruption Officerby Gary L. Heyward
Atria Books
Paperback, $16.00
284 pages
ISBN: 978-1-4767-9432-7
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Aesthetically It!

Aesthetically It!Aesthetically It! is a list of picks from the editors of Aesthetically Speaking. Aesthetically It! features venues, events, outings and more that are worthy of "It" status. If you have a venue, event or outing that you feel is It worthy, email us at aestheticallyit@insightnews.com.
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ORDWAY CENTER PRESENTS: Diavolo / Architecture in Motion

ORDWAY CENTER PRESENTS: Diavolo / Architecture in MotionThe Ordway Center for the Performing Arts will present Diavolo/Architecture in Motion, an award-winning dance company known for its athletic and daredevil performance style, for one night only on Saturday, April 18.
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AUNJANUE ELLIS AND CLEMENT VIRGO: "The Book of Negroes" interview

AUNJANUE ELLIS AND CLEMENT VIRGO: Aunjanue Ellis starred as Aminata Diallo in "The Book of Negroes," the hit, TV-miniseries based on Lawrence Hill's award-winning best seller of the same name. Here, she and the picture's director, Clement Virgo, share their thoughts about the adaptation of the historical novel chronicling the life of an 11 year-old girl kidnapped in Africa and enslaved for decades in the U.S. until she manages to escape to Canada.
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