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It has been said often this year, and I have been part of that chorus, that the 2012 election represents that last gasp of white male privilege in America.
"Beautiful Creatures" is a Southern Gothic "Romeo and Juliet" set in a South Carolina town so small there isn't even a Starbucks -- just 12 churches, one library where books are banned and people who are "too stupid to leave or too stuck to move." The type of place where saying "Bless your heart" actually means "fuck you." Based on the first ... (more)
KyLinVoice, a digital home phone service, offers free domestic and international calling with its most unique feature "free In-account calls" first introduced in the VoIP industry.
A few days ago, Alice Jones of Bay St. Louis wrote a letter extolling believers to proclaim the Gospel.
Iranian Oscar-winner Asghar Farhadi, who made his name in the industry with the incredible A Seperation , is potentially sitting on the Palme d'Or after his Paris-set tale ' The Past ' drew boisterous applause and strong reviews following its screening at the Cannes Film Festival this week.
THE anti immigration demonstration in Wisbech Park may have grabbed the headlines but organisers of a community day across town were determined to show a kinder, gentler side.
The Multi-Cultural Council and Yuba Community College co-sponsored the second in a series of public forums designed to foster increased understanding and appreciation of local cultures Thursday night.
In such a vast, multicultural country like the United States, it's easy for minorities to be grouped into one category.
Jen and Mike were both born and raised in San Francisco, and though they grew up in different cultures, they were united at a classic San Franciscan wedding.
CANNES: Iranian Oscar-winner Asghar Farhadi drew enthusiastic applause yesterday for one of the most keenly awaited films at Cannes, with a Paris-set tale about love and its agonies.
Steve Cannon on the steps of his anti-establishment gallery, A Gathering of the Tribes, in 1998.
An estimated 6,000 people gathered at the State Capitol where Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton signed the gay marriage bill, Tuesday, May 14, 2013, in St.
It might have taken Walter Mosley 34 years to discover his calling as a writer, but he's certainly made up for lost time.
It's said that comedy acts as a mirror to a nation's key preoccupations, and nowhere is this more true than on the stand-up scene.
"What Color Is Love" is a 2009 movie based on the interracial custody case involving Theodore "Blue" Edwards and his lover Kimberly Van De Perre.