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Aug 30th

Book review: The Conversation: How Black Men and Women Can Build Loving, Trusting Relationships

Book review: The Conversation: How Black Men and Women Can Build Loving, Trusting Relationships“One of the things I’ve heard a lot from young brothers and sisters during my recent travels is ‘I want a woman like Michelle’ or ‘Why can’t I meet a together brother like Barack?’ In truth, they might be that person every day. These young people are seeing the finished product, the result of years and years of work and struggle…

South African docudrama chronicles demise of apartheid

South African docudrama chronicles demise of apartheidWhile most people are well aware of the years of civil unrest which led to the demise of Apartheid in 1994, not as many know about the secret talks that simultaneously transpired for almost a decade between the South African government and the African National Congress (ANC), the political party spearheading the independence movement. Since the racist regime officially opposed the notion of negotiating with terrorists, President P.W. Botha (Timothy West) couldn’t let the white minority know that he had, in fact, dispatched an emissary to England to meet with a representative of the outlawed ANC.

Michael Jackson's 'This is It' - Captivating

 Michael Jackson's 'This is It' - Captivating(NNPA) - By the time he died, the media and his antics had obscured the most obvious.  Michael Jackson was the greatest singer/entertainer/performing artist of his generation.  Many could argue that point. But as you watch this work-in-progress documentary, with footage that was never necessarily meant to become a theatrical feature-length film, you have to ponder, 'What pop artist was or is better?'

Lee Daniels’ long-anticipated sundance-winner lives up to the buzz.

 Lee Daniels’ long-anticipated sundance-winner lives up to the buzz.Precious is finally arriving in theaters after being the beneficiary of practically a year’s worth of buzz since winning a trio of trophies at Sundance, including that prestigious film festival’s equivalent of Best Picture. I’m happy to be the bearer of the good news that the movie more than lives up to the critical acclaim.

Book review: “It’s All Good” by Nikki Carter

Book review: “It’s All Good” by Nikki CarterYou have enough drama in your life. And it all starts at home. Your mother is always asking favors and while you usually don’t mind, sometimes you just want to roll your eyes hard. Where does she get these ideas?

Just give Mo’Nique the Oscar!

Mo’Nique Imes was born on December 11, 1967 in Baltimore, MD which is where she started her showbiz career as a stand-up comedienne on a dare a couple of decades ago. From there, she gained visibility and immense popularity with performances on “Showtime at the Apollo,” HBO’s “Def Comedy Jam,” “Apollo Comedy Hour” HBO’s “Snaps,” BET’s “Comic View,” The Montreal Comedy Festival and Uptown Comedy Club.

Book review: “Spoon” by Robert Greer

Book review: “Spoon” by Robert GreerAsk your mother, and she’d probably say it was one of your favorite words. From the time you were old enough to talk, she heard it plenty enough: “Mine!” Everything was yours. If it belonged to someone else, it was yours. Even if you didn’t want it, it was yours.
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