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Theater Review (San Antonio): ‘Hairspray’ at the Cameo Theatre


The Tony Award-winning musical is performed by an enthusiastic cast in a sparkling revival at the Commerce Street showplace. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Driving Miss Daisy and More from Warner Brothers

Driving Miss Daisy, Mrs. Miniver, and Grand Hotel all get the Blu-ray treatment, the most recent film, the best. Read More »

Why Did Trayvon Martin Die?

Seventeen year old unarmed child killed in Florida and no one is in jail. Read More »

Will Racist Comments About the President Impact Lifetime Federal Judge Appointments?

Are federal judges truly accountable to the American public? Read More »

Gene Marks Is Right

Gene Marks was right in his essay "If I Were a poor Black Kid". Just not the way he imagined. Read More »

Dr. Cornel West’s Message to the President is Lost in Personal Acrimony

His attacks on the president lose credibility when they become personal. Read More »

Lessons from History, What Have we Truly Learned?

Fifty years after the Freedom Rides can America again count on its youth to become the vanguard of change? Read More »

A Different Type of President

Is the irrational opposition to President Obama motivated more by racial bias than political ideology? Read More »

MSNBC’s Black Agenda: Perms, Afros, and Ed Schultz

MSNBC's "Black Agenda” gave viewers clowns on parade and coonery at every turn. Read More »

Here’s A Belated But Happy Fourth of July, America.

Brought to You by Cynthia Tucker, Michael Steele and President Obama. Read More »