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Lee Daniels’ ‘The Butler’ – A Necessary and Compelling Film for Black History Month

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I invite you to sit down and watch Lee Daniels’ 'The Butler', and once you have experienced the film, I doubt you will ever question why we have a month devoted to black history. Read More »

Swiss Mess – Oprah Winfrey’s Incident Indicative of Bigger World Problems

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Here we are in 2013, and racism keeps rearing its ugly head. Read More »

Lance Armstrong: You Can’t Handle the Truth!

Armstrong seemed to be holding onto his own myth like a fisherman who had a 500-pound tuna on the line – one that he knew would get away. Read More »

Book Review: Comeback: Overcoming The Setbacks In Your Life by Rick McDaniel

On the field of life, we all have setbacks. It's what we do after a set back that defines the champion from the average player. Read More »

Book Review: Scout, Atticus & Boo: A Celebration of Fifty Years of To Kill a Mockingbird by Mary McDonagh Murphy

A celebration of a classic American novel. Read More »

TV Review: Rosie Premieres Live on OWN

Live on Oprah's network, Rosie O'Donnell inaugurates her new chat show and welcomes British comedian Russell Brand. Read More »

The Other Side of Second Life

Oprah loves Jason Spingarn-Koff’s Life 2.0, but can something that jaded really be classified a "documentary"? Read More »

Book Review: How to Become A Scandal by Laura Kipnis

How to Become A Scandal is fun, but not quite scandalous enough for its own good. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Color Purple

Spielberg's first serious drama, this film still packs an emotional punch. Read More »

The Boy Who Talked Like a Girl: The Incredible Transformation of Joel Evan Tye

From a repressed, socially abused and confused boy sprang a powerful man who sings, acts, and models professionally. Read More »