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Film Review: Deadpool
Saturday, February 13, 2016
“I’m super, but I’m not a superhero,” clarifies Deadpool, a petulant mutate. Yes, he has mighty powers, but no pretense about being a nice guy. If there is ever an Avengers Hall of Fame, he’ll never get there; they wouldn’t even let him clean the latrines. If you’re looking for an unconventional protagonist with a
BOOK: Author tackles strategies to heal America
Thursday, February 11, 2016
Is America Ready to Heal? By Terrence Perry Perry believes America will collectively agree #AllLivesMatter once it embraces the process of self-healing and embarks on a journey to address sexism, racism and other social perils that threaten to dismantle the country. Perry, a former veteran Wake County corrections officer and mental health professional,
Movie Review: The Birth of a Nation
Thursday, February 11, 2016
PARK CITY, Utah — Nate Parker left a successful Hollywood acting career behind to make the movie that mattered most to him. It took seven years for Parker to bring the story of slave rebellion leader Nat Turner to the screen. “The Birth of a Nation” premiered last week at the Sundance Film Festival. “I’ve poured everything
BOOK: Sister Souljah talks Love
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
No Disrespect By Sister Souljah It’s been nearly 25 years since rapper Sister Souljah gained national attention by publicly challenging then-presidential hopeful Bill Clinton’s racially marginalizing campaign rhetoric. The Rutgers-educated activist recently released her memoir “No Disrespect,” a graphic autobiography that attempts
Stefanie Jackson exhibit comes to Stone Center
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
CHAPEL HILL – Noted artist Stefanie Jackson’s exhibition, La Sombra y el Espiritu IV: Figurative Visions and Collective Histories - The Work of Stefanie Jackson, will be shown at the Stone Center’s Robert and Sallie Brown Gallery and Museum. Jackson, a professor at the Lamar Dodd School of Art at the University of Georgia, is one of the
How accurate is the Civil War drama ‘Mercy Street’?
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Period sagas are the next big thing. As if yearning for some wistful bits of the past, public television docu-series like “Finding Your Roots” and “Who Do You Think You Are?” gave way to cable productions like the celebrated “Boardwalk Empire,” “Hell on Wheels,” and “Copper.” Using a successful
Former CHIC singer keeps good times rolling
Thursday, January 28, 2016
On Jan. 21, the Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club served as the venue to portray the talents of Sylver Logan Sharp, one of Washington, D.C.’s unsung super-talents. Though Sharp may not be a household name in the DMV, her vocal talents are well-known in the internationally-acclaimed music industry, For nearly 20 years, she worked stages
BOOK: Former Raven details recovery addiction
Wednesday, January 20, 2016
Sleepless Nights: The NFL. A Business and Family By Marques Ogden Former Baltimore Ravens defensive end Marques Ogden made a living coming from the blind side to blitz quarterbacks. However, after a five-year NFL career and successful transition into business, Ogden ultimately took a life-changing business hit that cost him everything he worked for.
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