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I’ll be honest: I’m a big film and television fan. But the one genre that has always eluded me is reality television. I don’t care whether it’s the more “sophisticated” lives of large celebrities like the Kardashians, or the party hard lifestyles of the childish adults on the “Jersey Shore,” the genre can never seem…

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Editor’s Note: There are SPOILERS ahead. This opinion piece about the new Netflix original series “Hollywood” is best understood after watching the show in its entirety. There are spoilers below and some points may not be understood unless the reader has watched the show. The new Netflix original series “Hollywood” is a seven-episode miniseries co-created…

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"It was a really cool activity to be able to understand a little bit about the struggles that many women face all the time, regarding having to choose between feminine hygiene products or a hot meal." Read on
Since coronavirus entered the US and quarantine put the country on lockdown, musicians and artists have been forced to cancel shows, postpone recording sessions, and often not been able to see their bandmates at all. The California based punk-rock/pop band The Regrettes, however, have not let this pandemic put a halt to their creative output.…

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I Am Black Afrikan American, and nothing will change that Kinky coils in my hair, black and sometimes nappy Brown skin, chocolate charm, dark and happy My name is Zakai That starts with a Z I chiropractic crack all those stereotypes of me This ebony ingenuity was never new ya see Why, this is the…

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VOX ATL's Christina Norris chats with Grayson High School senior and UpLIFT founder Isaiah Thompson about his quest to make sure all teens have an opportunity to lead. Read on