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ReutersNEW YORK (TheWrap.com) - E! unveiled six new shows Monday, including a reality series about theWWE, and announced that its new series in development include the drama "Laurel Canyon," from"Gossip Girl" co-creators Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage....
Even with its prized dynasty -- the Kardashians -- procreating enough to supply E! with programming for years to come, the network continues to beef up its slate: It will add six new series and 10 specials in the coming months, with subjects ranging...
SPRING STORM-DAKOTAS Dakotas face yet another spring snowstorm PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — The Dakotas have experienced another round of spring snow, rain and cold temperatures this weekend. The National Weather Service said Saturday that isolated...
In the late 1960s, Judy Juanita was a college undergraduate in the Bay Area and editor of a Black Panther Party newspaper. Now her new novel, "Virgin Soul" (Viking, $26.95), recounts the story of Geniece, an undergraduate who joins the Panthers. But...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Culture, LSD, Human Interest, James Baldwin
For 15 days the lobbying was fierce by groups hoping to win a piece of the $1 million being given away by an organization looking for ways to make Los Angeles a better place by 2050. Each of the 279 public service groups angling for the 10 $100,000...
Contributing WriterThe evils of racism are expressed in the words we speak and the mores we establish. And both emerge from the illusion of superiority. Jackie Robinson, as a black American in the 1940s and 1950s, was thrown into the fire of both when he entered major...
As Afro-Cuban rhythms pulse on the sound system, the couples intertwine on the dance floor, swaying gently to the music. “With feeling!” implores choreographer Frank Chaves. “Make sure you're really touching bodies here … make...
Tags: Entertainment Events, Arts, Dance, Music, Artists
The surprise box office success of the uplifting Jackie Robinson biographical film "42" suggests that audiences are ready for a PG-13-rated movie filled with coarse, racially charged language. It also raises questions about whether children should see it,...
The Jackie Robinson biopic "42," which opened in theaters nationwide Friday, presents an opportune moment for adults to have meaningful conversations with their kids about the history of racism in the United States. But with that opportunity comes an...
Special to The Herald-MailToo many weeks ago, I proclaimed "Jack the Giant Slayer" to be the first half-decent movie of 2013. Now along comes "42," and I am proclaiming it to be the first really good movie of 2013. It should not have taken us more than three months to get the...
Tackle real problems By Austin Beutner Only 21% of registered voters cast a ballot in the recent primary elections. And convenience didn't seem to be the issue, since only about a third of those who were sent vote-by-mail ballots bothered to fill in...
A little more than two years ago, the curtain lifted on the Chicago Symphony Orchestra-led Citizen Musician initiative, and CSO Association President Deborah Rutter told an overflow crowd at the Chicago Cultural Center: “All of you are citizen...
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