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Luke Goldstein

People send me stuff. If I like it, I tell you all about it. There is always a story to be told.

Music Review: ‘Stax ’68: A Memphis Story’ 5-Disc Box Set from Craft Recordings

Stax '68 A Memphis Story

On 'Stax '68: A Memphis Story,' history never looked so bleak while sounding so good. A brief glance at the track lists will begin to open your eyes, but the history of the record company from 1968 will blow your mind.

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Book Review ‘The Class’ by Heather Won Tesoriero

'The Class' by Heather Won Tesoriero

'The Class: A Life-Changing Teacher, His World-Changing Students, and the Most Inventive Classroom' in America by Heather Won Tesoriero exists as more than a story of Andy Bramante and his students. It's also a roadmap to improving our educational systems and the unimaginable bounties waiting if we do.

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Book Review: ‘Race and Social Change: A Quest, A Study, A Call To Action’ by Max Klau

'Race and Social Change' is something undeniably important to society today and likely for many days to come. Max Klau untangles the complex system behind racism and optimistically lays out steps we can all take to bridge the gap. I encourage you to read on because it will enlighten even the most educated among us.

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Movie Review: ‘Who the F**k Is That Guy? The Fabulous Journey of Michael Alago’ Directed by Drew Stone

'Who the F**k Is That Guy? The Fabulous Journey of Michael Alago' portrays one life made richer by the love of music, while other lives are made equally richer by love for him.

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Movie Review: ‘Olé Olé Olé!: A Trip Across Latin America’ with The Rolling Stones

'Olé Olé Olé!: A Trip Across Latin America' is the most gorgeous tour documentary I've ever come across. It's a religious experience for Rolling Stones fans and a testament to what they mean to people all over the world.

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