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Kam's Kapsules: OPENING THIS WEEK

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BIG BUDGET FILMS    
 
“Calvary” (R for profanity, sexual references, drug use and brief violence) Psychological drama, set in a tiny seaside town in Ireland, about a Catholic cleric (Brendan Gleeson) who finds his life threatened during confession by an anonymous parishioner who was raped as a child by a pedophile priest.  With M. Emmet Walsh, Chris O’Dowd, Kelly Reilly and Domnhall Gleeson (Brendan’s son). 
 
“Get on Up” (PG-13 for sexuality, drug use, profanity and violence) Chad Boseman portrays James Brown in the biopic chronicling the Godfather of Soul’s rise from abject poverty to the heights of superstardom. Supporting cast includes Keith Robinson, Jill Scott, Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer. 

Much more than a ‘Food Network Star’ finalist

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Aryen Moore-Alston was one of twelve finalists who competed on season 10 of “Food Network Star.” Alston was the first finalist from Memphis, the first finalist from Tennessee in the 10 years that the show has been on the air, and the only female African-American on this season. Though she was eliminated, the Spelman College graduate and owner of baked goods and catering company Sweet Potato Baby still has big plans for her culinary future.
– International (Cuisine) Lover

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Fall and winter businesses

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The time for summer vacations, parties and lounging by the pool is coming to a close.  As the kids begin school, seasonal summer businesses of lawns and pool cleaning will soon come to an end.  But have no fear, fall and winter bring additional opportunities for entrepreneurs to earn income.
 
There are a number of seasonal fall and winter businesses that have a low cost of entry.  These businesses do not necessarily require major startup capital or years of training to pursue.

What investment risks should I know about?

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Taken by itself, the word "risk" sounds negative. But broken down into what it really stands for in terms of investing, it begins to be a little more manageable. By understanding the different types of risk and keeping an eye on your investments, you may be able to manage your money more effectively. Remember, strategic investing doesn’t mean "taking chances" so much as "making decisions." Long-term investing and diversification may be some of the most effective strategies you can use to help manage investment risk; however, neither guarantees against investment loss.

Helping ex-offenders get back on their feet

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We've all made mistakes at some time or another.
 
For most of us, whether we've lost touch with someone or didn't take a chance on something, those mistakes help us grow, and we move on. Sometimes, unfortunately, those mistakes are big enough to ruin lives.
 
For those who have been convicted of a felony crime and served time in prison, picking up the pieces and putting their lives back together is an uphill challenge.