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Untold stories of the West: Community Arts Center exhibit celebrates Black History Month with Buffalo Soldiers Exhibitmariel@communityartscenter.netWhen you hear the words “Wild West,” characters like John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, and the Lone Ranger spring to mind, galloping across the open prairie with guns blazing. However, the true American West was a far different place, where many...
As part of Quinnipiac University's Black History Month celebration, members from the First Wave Hip Hop and Urban Arts Learning Community will perform Kingdom Bequeath, an experimental production pondering questions about life, respect, power, equal...
Staff WriterEditor’s Note: A resolution honoring five Valley residents for Black History Month will be presented to the Imperial County Board of Supervisors on Feb. 26. The Imperial Valley Press will feature each of the five individuals every few days leading...
As a U.S. history teacher at George Rogers Clark High School, Amy Madsen made a class suggestion, and it was granted at the beginning of the 2012-2013 school year. “I thought a black history class was in need,” said Madsen. “I...
Glenbrook North Senior Cameron Swanson is the son of a single white mom and a black father. "I was always around my white family, so I was always a little different," Swanson said during a recent panel discussion in Northbrook called "The Black...
RedEyeEvery February we celebrate Valentine's Day and Black History Month, but this one is extra special because we welcome NBC's "Community" back to TV after too long a hiatus. It's also when the high-profile Netflix series, "House of Cards," debuts. Back on...
South Bend TribuneBy the time this column runs, we will be well into Black History Month. This year, I wanted to do something different that could start some meaningful discussions about whether Black History Month is still relevant. Every year, no matter what I write,...
Staff WriterAs part of Black History Month, Macy's in Aventura Mall will honor Gordon Parks Saturday with the photographic art installation viewing of iconic works from the artist, composer, author ("The Learning Tree") and filmmaker ("Shaft"). Parks' life will...
Post & Beam: The debonair Ethiopian-Swedish New York chef Marcus Samuelsson, proprietor of the Lenox Avenue restaurant Red Rooster in Harlem, will alight on Govind Armstrong's Post & Beam in Baldwin Hills for one night only. On Feb. 26. "Red Rooster at...
Looks like historical dramas, CIA thrillers and movies centering on mental illness aren't the only ones aiming to curry favor in Washington, D.C. -- now, it seems that a magical realist film also has its fans among the federal government's elite. This...
A chunk of wallpaper manufactured in England in 1853 to glom onto the popularity of Harriet Beecher Stowe’s anti-slavery novel “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” was auctioned off in Plainville on Tuesday night. It wound up exactly where it...
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