The Wealth Choice: Success Secrets of Black Millionaires
Book Review by Kam Williams
"In spite of Black America's advances... with more successful, educated and accomplished entrepreneurs and corporate professionals than at any other time in history, the journey is far from over. To be honest, it is only beginning...
Puppy love blossoms across species in supernatural romantic fantasy
Ethan (Alden Ehrenreich) has lived his whole life in Gatlin, South Carolina, a tiny town in denial about the fact that the South lost the Civil War. The community is so backwards that it has banned books as seemingly innocuous as "To Kill a Mockingbird."
The envelope please: Who will win, who deserves to win, who was snubbed
Lincoln opened the awards season as the odds-on favorite to win the Academy Award for Best Picture by virtue of its landing the most nominations. But the snub of Ben Affleck in the Best Director category made his movie, Argo, the sentimental favorite of the Golden Globes and the Screen Actors Guild, and the momentum of that sympathy vote is likely to carry over to Oscar night.
Minnesota Cuban Film Festival opens at St. Anthony Main Theatre
Presented by the Minnesota Cuba Committee, in partnership with the Film Society of Minneapolis/St. Paul, the Fourth Minnesota Cuban Film Festival opens at St. Anthony Main Theatre, 115 SE Main St in Minneapolis on Thursday, February 21. The festival includes a mix of new feature films and documentaries, along with two vintage classics. The films will all be accompanied by short features from Cuba's International Film School and other sources.
The Seven, Will Power's hip hop retelling of Aeschylus' The Seven Against Thebes
Ten Thousand Things (TTT) brings Will Power's The Seven, a hip hop retelling of Aeschylus' The Seven Against Thebes. The story of two brothers who try to rule their kingdom peacefully despite their father's curse with four weekends of public performances at Open Book in Minneapolis February 15–March 10, 2013.