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Metro east native Reginald Hudlin receives Oscar nod for ‘Django’

Reginald Hudlin has been nominated for an Academy Award. Hudlin, an Assumption High School graduate, is one of the producers of the Quentin Tarantino film, ‘Django Unchained,’ which was nominated for Best Picture recently. ...

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Samuel Jackson is for live action kite

Samuel L. Jackson is set to top line a live action remake of Yasuomi Umetsu’s 1998 Japanese anime film “Kite ...

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Earth Wind & Fire, one of the acts for the Eighth Annual Jazz in the Gardens lineup

Earth Wind & Fire, one of the acts for the Eighth Annual Jazz in the Gardens lineup ...

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Alicia Keys Star Bangled Banner Performance Super Bowl 2013

With her long red gown, chic hair style and gold necklace, Alicia Keys cut a striking figure as she sat down behind a silvery white grand piano in the middle of the field at the Super Bowl on Sunday. And the star delivered on her promise to delivered an all-new version of the Star Spangled banner before kick off in New Orleans. Alicia showed no nerves as she confidently sung a mellow, jazzy rendition of ant ...

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Documentary Film Tackles Black Parenting Crisis

  Filmmaker, Jordan Thierry Tackles Black Parenting Crisis with "The Black Fatherhood Project" Documentary Premiering During Black History Month Jordan Thierry, director of The Black Fatherhood Project Washington, DC - Filmmaker Jordan Thierry will kick off Black History Month with an insightful perspective on the rising dilemma of fatherless Black families when he debuts his introspective documentary, ...

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Celebrate February as Black History Month

  The City of Fort Lauderdale invites you to celebrate February as Black History Month with these exciting community events. Remembering Our Roots - February 2 Riverland Park is celebrating Black History Month with Remembering Our Roots on Saturday, February 2 from 3-5 p.m. This free community-based event will feature live performances from several diverse musical, dance and specialty groups. Appearanc ...

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Four Decades Later, image awards still entertain and inspire

For people who love to celebrate the arts, there seems to be no end to the number of televised award programs.  But even in the now, dense field of entertainment award shows, the NAACP’s Image Awards still manages to entertain and inspire.   Last month, the organization announced its nominees for the 44th annual show set to air February 1st   on NBC.  Some of the nominees are familiar faces (Denzel Washingt ...

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DreamCatchers for the Soul

Dreamcatchers for the Soul will be officially launching their nonprofit organization with the performances of some of south Florida most talented children as well as Jazz Musician Kim J ...

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Randy Corinthian contains traces of Jazz DNA

One such musician, Randy Corinthian, a South Florida native with roots in the Caribbean, is determined to create a following in South Florida that appreciates the original sounds of Jazz, and the many derivatives thereof. ...

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Ohio Players Frontman Leroy “Sugarfoot” Bonner Dead At 69

Leroy “Sugarfoot” Bonner (pictured), who was the frontman for the R&B funkmeisters of the 70′s, the Ohio Players, passed away Saturday from undisclosed causes, reports the Rolling Stone. He was 69-years-old. The oldest of 14 children, Bonner ran away as a young teen from his hometown of Hamilton, Ohio to seek fame and fortune.  As a way to survive, the young musician played the harmonica for change on s ...

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