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Lady Soul By Any Stretch is a Musical Legend Worth Remembering

  Sheldon T. Nunn – The old cliché’ “once in every blue moon,” is often used to define someone or something that is an indescribable phenomenon that is well worth remembering; in addition, the positive nature they have on society as a whole has a huge impact as well. When […]

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Jazz Singer Morgana King makes her transition

By Sheldon T. Nunn – Morgana King, widely known for her portrayal of Carmela Corleone the wife of Marlon Brando’s character Don Vito Corleone in Francis Ford Coppola’s movie adaptation of ‘The Godfather I & II’ has passed away on March 22nd at 87 from non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Most notably, Morgana’s career was […]

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The Lost Album: Another Side of Coltrane

To say tenor saxophonist John Coltrane’s contributions to jazz are immense is an understatement; in addition to that, he is widely known as one of the greatest innovators of his generation. In retrospect while examining the nature of his music, Coltrane’s artistic impressionism continues to be a subject of discussion well beyond […]

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Dear White People, the Series

By Aswad Walker The 2014 sleeper hit Dear White People has given birth to a spin-off of sorts on Netflix. Both the original movie and the current Netflix comedy series are the creations of Houston native Justin Simien. Though Simien was not able to secure the entire cast from the […]

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