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Jul 28th

Book review: The First: President Barack Obama’s Road to the White House by Roland S. Martin

Book review: The First: President Barack Obama’s Road to the White House by Roland S. Martin “On February 10, 2007, Barack Hussein Obama stood before thousands waiting in the cold in front of the Old State Capitol in Springfield, Illinois and made his intentions known: he was running for president. This book traces tracks this journey through my eyes as I covered the improbable road to the presidency of Obama...
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The Envelope Please: Who will win, who deserves to win, who was snubbed

The Envelope Please: Who will win, who deserves to win, who was snubbedAlthough Avatar and The Hurt Locker landed 9 Academy Award nominations each, I foresee the former and director James Cameron enjoying a clean sweep. Breaking all box-office records, Avatar is a juggernaut that nobody will be able to stop on Oscar night. This means that The Hurt Locker, which was directed by Cameron’s ex-wife, Kathryn Bigelow, might very well be shut out entirely, unless the Academy decides to split their votes between the two in the Best Director and Best Picture categories.
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Tracy Morgan and Bruce Willis co-star in mismatched cops comedy

Tracy Morgan and Bruce Willis co-star in mismatched cops comedySome of the funniest cop comedies ever made have revolved around a pair of mismatched partners. Such memorable, madcap adventures as Rush Hour and Bad Boys immediately coming to mind in this regard. But the genre has suffered its share of misfirings, too, and unfortunately the readily-forgettable Cop Out falls in that category.
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Ex-con seeks job & dignity in depression era drama

Just paroled after doing a couple years on a chain gang, Homer Hobbs (Tyson Beckford) is eager for a fresh start. This is easier said than done, since he has several strikes against him, being an unskilled Black man with a record. This dilemma is compounded by the fact that it’s the State of Georgia during the height of the Great Depression, so the unlucky ex-con is definitely dependent on the kindness of others for help until he can get on his feet.
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Roland Emmerich’s apocalyptic adventure arrives on DVD

Roland Emmerich’s latest overblown apocalyptic adventure fails to measure up to his earlier offerings, despite its being filled with his trademark bombastic special effects. Stripped of its pretense, the picture is basically a stock disaster flick which relies on trite dialogue while recycling a host of the genre’s groan-inducing clichés.
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Black Pearl Sings Review

Black Pearl Sings ReviewThe latest production to grace the stage of Penumbra Theatre is a piece that not only challenges the heart, but also reminds everyone who sees this production that within all of our differences comes a stroke of similarity.
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Keke Palmer appears on The Tyra Show

Keke Palmer appears on The Tyra ShowWhile in New York for Fashion Week, Nickelodeon star Keke Palmer appeared on “The Tyra Show,” which airs this Monday, March 1. Catch Keke every Saturday on “True Jackson, VP” at 8:30pm ET/PT.
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