Wednesday, December 8, 2021

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Contributor Miki Turner on ‘Selma’ Snubs: ‘Stop Crying’

*Cry Me Some Real Tears, Will Ya? Think about it. This outcry over Selma--a movie--getting only two Oscar nods from an organization that loudly rewards people...

The Pulse of Entertainment: Backstage During Selma’s Filming with Wendell Pierce, Stan Houston and Clay Chappell

Backstage during Selma’s filming with Wendell Pierce, Stan Houston and Clay Chappell *“It’s great to see men and women absolutely changing the makeup of how...

Larry Buford: Judging God’s Workmanship

*Who are we to judge another? Can we see another’s heart? Do we know for what purpose a person was created? We sometimes become...

The FLY Life with Deya Direct! Re-Up

"If only we could redo the past" is a wish that can never be fulfilled, so why ponder on something that you can’t change? The...

People of Note: Doo-Wop Returns to Lehman Center in 2015

*Doo-wop is a genre of harmonizing vocals that came out of cities like New York, Philadelphia, Newark and Detroit, et al. A music style...

The Socialist’s Journal: Stuart Scott

*When Stuart Scott died last week I didn’t appreciate his legacy. When I first started watching ESPN Dan Patrick and Keith Olbermann were the headliners...

EUR on the Scene: The ‘Empire’ Red Carpet (Watch Interviews)

*When EURweb met up with the behind the scenes folk and cast of "Empire" at it's premiere screening party this week, the energy surrounding...

EUR Film Review: ‘Selma’ Revisits Historic Martin Luther King March

*I was born in the early fifties, which means the Civil Rights Movement unfolded over the course of my formative years. And like the...

The Pulse of Entertainment: Johnny Gill Plans to Change the Game with ‘Game Changer’

Grammy nominated Johnny Gill plans to change the game with new album, ‘Game Changer’ *“There was something about the album that was beyond my control,”...

Deya Direct: Move Up!

*Last week discussed that it means to Fall Up. The good news is that when you're down and out, feeling as if you're on...

The Film Strip’s 2014 Top Ten Films

*In comparison to previous years, 2014 was a good year for black filmmakers. Not only were there more films, but the bulk of movies...

The Pulse of Entertainment: Year in Review Shows a full Calendar Despite Industry Politics

The Pulse of Entertainment, year in review, shows a full calendar despite industry politics *Despite, feeling like I am Sony Pictures, because of hackers and...
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