Insight News

Tuesday
Apr 21st

Ferrell and Galifianakis square-off as funniest candidates money can buy

Ferrell and Galifianakis square-off as funniest candidates money can buy

Film Review by Kam Williams

If you've been looking for a laugh-a-minute comedy as a refreshing alternative to all the kiddie flicks and bombastic summer blockbusters currently at the megaplexes, your wait is over. And what could be more timely than a picture about the dirty tricks being employed during a cutthroat political campaign?

Read more...
 

Macy's Glamorama 2012 starring Robin Thicke and featuring Karmin

Macy's Glamorama 2012 starring Robin Thicke and featuring Karmin

Macy's Glamorama 2012, starring Robin Thicke and featuring Karmin, celebrates British Invasion: The Music Then. The Fashion Now! From The Beatles to The Rolling Stones, Macy's Glamorama 2012 pays homage to some of the world's most well-known and respected British pop icons from the past 50 years. Since the 1960's, British bands have inspired culture while capturing the attention of the world. Their music exalts us all and provides the inspiration behind this year's visuals, fashion segments and after-party elements.

Read more...

WNBA president on her life, the league and the olympics

WNBA president on her life, the league and the olympics

Laurel J. Richie
The "WNBA" Interview

Laurel J. Richie has more than three decades of experience in consumer marketing, corporate branding, public relations, and corporate management, with a long track record of developing award-winning campaigns that transform brands and drive business results. As President of the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA), she oversees all of the league's day-to-day business and league operations.

Read more...

The summer music & movies series at Loring Park

The summer music & movies series at Loring Park

More than halfway through the summer, wallets are unsurprisingly losing weight.

So it is with great relief that Music Mondays have arrived. The summer music and movies series at Loring Park presented by Walker Art Center kicked off Monday, July 30, and will run weekly until Monday, Aug. 20.

Pictured (left): Rogue Valley, Pictured Below (top to bottom): Night Moves, Oliver Mtukudzi, and Brute Heart.

Read more...

Cautionary expose’ warns of Detroit’s impending demise

Cautionary expose’ warns of Detroit’s impending demise

Detropia
Film Review by Kam Williams

Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady are a couple of inspired filmmakers who have kept their finger on the pulse since founding Loki Films a decade ago. Among the frequent collaborators’ timely offerings are such critically-acclaimed documentaries as Oscar-nominated Jesus Camp (2006), the NAACP Image Award-winning The Boys of Baraka (2005) and the Peabody Award-winning 12th & Delaware (2010).

Read more...

DVD features African-American answer to American Pie

DVD features African-American answer to American Pie

We The Party
DVD Review by Kam Williams

It’s hard to ignore the parallels between We the Party and American Pie (1999). After all, the latter revolved around a quartet of horny, high school students competing to lose their virginity before graduation, and we find the testosterone-driven quintet at the center of We the Party in pursuit of the same rite of passage shortly before their senior prom.

Read more...

Judge orders audit of Chris Brown’s community service

Judge orders audit of Chris Brown’s community service

According to the Associated Press, a judge ordered an audit of Chris Brown’s community service progress after a prosecutor handling his felony assault case cited a possible discrepancy in the amount of work he has performed.

Deputy District Attorney Mary Murray requested the audit because she says the records are not clear on how many hours Brown performed and where the work has been done. Brown had been allowed to perform six months’ worth of community labor in his home state of Virginia, but a judge said probation officials in Los Angeles should review detailed records to ascertain how much work he has actually done.

Read more...
Page 92 of 194

Recent Comments

Powered by Disqus



Facebook Twitter RSS Image Map

Latest show

  • March 24, 2015
    Sharon Smith-Akinsanya, founder and executive producer, Moms Rock!. Carmen Robles, associate editor for the Afrodescendientes section of Insight News as co-host.

Business & Community Service Network