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Entertainment

‘Boyfriend Season’ is sensibly hot

For Dynasty, Patience and Santana, this isn’t just the end of summer, though. In the new teen novel by Kelli London, you’ll see that it’s really “Boyfriend Season.”

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There’s a new Spider-Man in town

 

In a bold move by Marvel comics and writer, Brian Michael Bendis and artist Sara Pichelli, another landmark event has occurred. Spider-Man is going to be black! 

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A fable that gets an ‘A’ on the test of time

Nigerian author Chinua Achebe came to fame in 1958 upon the publication of “Things Fall Apart,” which remains to this day the best-selling piece of literature by an African author.

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Kam’s Kapsules: Weekly previews - 08/04/2011

“The Change-Up,” “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” and a number of independent and foreign films

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Flow, festival, football and baby daddies

The Fox network is hoping that you can’t wait to check out their new show, “In the Flow with Affion Crockett.”

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Kem: Music, ‘ministry’ and more

 Kem

With a pair of gold albums and a list of Grammy nominations under his belt, it’s surely safe to say that R&B crooner Kem has found success.

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An interview with Ms. Naomi Moody

 

Naomi Moody’s Broadway credits reflect her talents as a singer and actress, and audiences have hailed her performances on several continents.

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Comebacks and turnarounds, dying young and more

Each year, I try to get away to a new city and recharge, and recharge I did. Chicago is a great city that plays out on scale that makes one thankful for GPS.

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Memphis stop has homecoming feel for Huey Lewis and the News

 Huey Lewis and the News

The Memphis Botanic Garden crowd came to hear Huey Lewis and the News. So when Lewis, the legendary front man for the band, took time for an announcement, his fans were ready listeners.

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‘Muzzled’ then, ‘Vindicated’ now

Juan Williams ignited a firestorm of controversy when he admitted to Bill O’Reilly on national television that he feels nervous whenever he sees fellow passengers in Muslim garb getting on a plane with him.

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Kam’s Kapsules: Weekly previews - 07/28/2011

 

“Attack the Block,” “Cowboys & Aliens,” “Crazy, Stupid, Love,” “The Smurfs” and a number of independent and foreign films 

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Arts in brief

Naomi Moody, ‘Lost on Stage Comedy Troupe,’ Jazz-A-F!RE and more

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Race grouping proves a tough practice to uproot

The mapping of the human gene has established, scientifically, that there is only one race, the human race. So, one might naturally expect any arbitrary groupings by experts of individuals along color lines to cease. 

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