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Apr 17th

Robots defend planet from subterranean sea monsters in apocalyptic adventure

Robots defend planet from subterranean sea monsters in apocalyptic adventurePacific Rim

When an undersea earthquake ripped a massive fissure along a fault line beneath the Pacific Ocean, it left a crevice wide enough for a race of subterranean sea monsters to escape and rise to the surface. Dubbed Kaiju, these Godzilla-looking creatures quickly launched a series of assaults on cities all across the planet.
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Keke Palmer Interview: Krazy for Keke!

Keke Palmer Interview: Krazy for Keke! Born in Harvey, Illinois on August 26, 1993, Lauren Keyana Palmer has been wowing audiences since the tender age of 9. Keke first received great acclaim when she starred as the title character in the sleeper hit "Akeelah and the Bee," opposite actor Laurence Fishburne and Angela Bassett. 
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The little non-profit arts organization that could

The little non-profit arts organization that couldThe Northside Arts Collective (NAC) has a great story to tell right now. Ever since the 2011 tornado in North Minneapolis, NAC has been a homeless organization struggling with capacity and has been trying to find ways to help its members, many who are visual artists, show and sell their work.
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Powerful new book analyses race-relations of African-Americans; Exposing continued anger in 'Black America'.

Powerful new book analyses race-relations of African-Americans; Exposing continued anger in 'Black America'.Written by Allan E. Lucas, Jr. 'A View From Street-Level-The Answer to Why?' takes readers through five-hundred-years of lies and misconceptions that have trapped and controlled a massive group of prisoners labeled 'African-Americans'. Exposing lethal ingrained racism and division within the black community itself, the book is poised to resonate with readers from coast to coast.
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I'm in Love with a Church Girl

I'm in Love with a Church GirlJa Rule stars in faith-based tale of redemption

Rapper Ja Rule was paroled from prison earlier this year after spending a couple of years behind bars for a weapons violation and tax evasion. In a case of art imitating life, he now stars in a faith-based tale of redemption revolving around a hip-hop producer endeavoring to go straight following his release from jail.
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Harlem Street Portraits

Harlem Street Portraits"With a population of nearly half a million people, Harlem is America's most celebrated African-American neighborhood. Its rich past and historical importance have made a unique contribution to our national popular culture...

Photographer Harvey Stein documents the humanity and spirit of the people of Harlem in 166 beautiful photographs taken over 22 years.... The images are mostly close-up portraits that reveal the friendliness and warmth of this city's inhabitants...
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12 Years a Slave

12 Years a SlaveChiwetel Ejiofor stars in adaptation of African-American autobiography

Solomon Northup (Chiwetel Ejiofor) was a black man born free in upstate New York in 1808. A skilled carpenter and fiddler, he and his wife (Kelsey Scott) settled in Saratoga Springs where they were raising their children (Quvenzhane Wallis and Cameron Zeigler) when their American Dream turned into a neverending nightmare.
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