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May 22nd

Carmen Ejogo: The Sparkle interview

Carmen Ejogo: The Sparkle interview

Carmen Ejogo was born in London on New Year’s Day 1974 to Elizabeth Douglas and Charles Ejogo, a couple of Scottish and Nigerian extraction, respectively. She made her U.S. film debut opposite Eddie Murphy playing Veronica 'Ronnie' Tate in the 1997 comedy Metro.

Pictured: Still of Carmen Ejogo, Tika Sumpter and Jordin Sparks in Sparkle

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Book Review by Kam Williams: I Want You to Shut the... How the Audacity of Dopes Is Ruining America

Book Review by Kam Williams:  I Want You to Shut the... How the Audacity of Dopes Is Ruining America

“The American Dream is in dire need of a wake-up call… If only Uncle Sam could see us now. He’d roll up his sleeves, ball his hands into fists, and knock some sense into this nation of ours… But he’s not around. So some other proud American has to tell this country what it needs—not wants—to hear…

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Fond, emotional farewell for Steve Harvey standup finale

Fond, emotional farewell for Steve Harvey standup finale

Before a single punchline had been delivered, “King of Comedy” Steve Harvey was met with a standing ovation. He was taking the stage at the Chaifetz Arena Friday night for one of his final performances in the lane that made him a household name.

Pictured: Steve Harvey had an audience of more than 10,000 in stitches Friday night for his farewell comedy performance Friday night at the Chaifetz Arena.

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Area author tells story of rape; healing

Area author tells story of rape; healing

In 2006, Devonna Pittman began planning her memoir, “My Pretty and its Ugly Truth.”

Her memoir captured her experiences while growing up in the projects of Ford Heights, Ill., where she struggled with pain of incest and drug addiction.

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Nevermind Gallery presents: Alex Cole Jr. solo art show “Street Style”

 Nevermind Gallery presents:  Alex Cole Jr. solo art show “Street Style”

Nevermind Gallery presents the solo art show of artist, Alex Cole Jr.  

Fresh off a spot in Intermedia Arts graffiti show, “We Exist”, Cole is embarking on his first solo art show, “Street Style”.  This is a show revolving around street art and its influence in his pop style.

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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?

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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.

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