Tuesday , May 17 2022

Tag Archives: Society

Sunrise, Sunset, and the Burning Bush

The other day, we observed the winter solstice. The day with the fewest hours of sunlight in the calendar year—the longest, darkest night. I happen to live 100 feet above the Lake Michigan shore, and I am often treated to beautiful sunrises if I get up early enough–the beauty of …

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Gadget Review: ROXs 2S Interactive Technology Set

RFID technology, Bluetooth enabled features and free app with new experiences every month power the recommended A-Champs ROXS 2S interactive set (3 star) that gets one or more people of all ages moving with a nice mix of new experiences and playground classics.

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Book Review: ‘All the Women in My Family Sing’ Edited by Deborah Santana

Cover All The Women In My Family Sing

All the Women in My Family Sing is a memorable anthology of American culture (3.5 stars) and diversity within 69 essays written by 69 different women of color and edited by Deborah Santana as a strong soundboard for women's voices where the chosen works are positive and practical.

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Movie Review: ‘Uncle Drew’

The basketball comedy 'Uncle Drew' (2.5 stars) prompts audience participation for the on and off court antics as Boston Celtic NBA star Kyrie Irving expands this character beyond the Pepsi Max commercials in a solid story where he teams up with a local coach/talent scout to rally his former teammates for a tournament at Rucker Park in Harlem, New York.

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Movie Review: ‘Incredibles 2’

Pixar Animation’s 20th film, the animated action adventure film 'Incredibles 2,' is a great family adventure (3 stars) with impressive visuals and action sequences with minor language, social commentary, and character development shortcomings.

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