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Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Movie Review: Creed lll

March 17, 2023

For a first-time director, actor Michael B. Jordan lands a solid punch. As soon as the bell rings, it’s on. Continuing a boxing movie franchise that started back in 1976, with the Oscar-winning film Rocky, and sustaining that winning spirit for 47+ years later is quite a responsibility. Filmmaker Ryan Coogler (Creed and Creed II) […]

N.C. A&T’s Theatre Arts Program Presents “Othello”

February 16, 2023

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s Theatre Arts Program tackles one of Shakespeare’s most intimate family tragedies, Othello, beginning Feb. 23. The full title of the play is “The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice,” written by William Shakespeare in 1603. The production is a rare example of a dramatic work by Shakespeare […]

Movie review: Missing

February 10, 2023

Sometimes when mom and dad are away, the kids will play. But what happens when mom and dad don’t comeback. Then what? The writers and directors of this amazing, tech-savvy mystery thriller know how to cut things close. That’s because they were the editors on the cult classic Searching. Back in 2018, that taut dra/hor/mys […]

Downtown Greenway Freedom Cornerstone Dedication

February 3, 2023

The Downtown Greenway is pleased to invite the community to celebrate another milestone in the history of the Downtown Greenway. On Wednesday, February 8, at 4 p.m., a new major work of public art will be dedicated at the intersection of Murrow Boulevard and East Gate City Boulevard. This new work, Ascension, by artist Radcliffe […]

Bennett hosts alumna Benin Lemus for the virtual book launch

January 19, 2023

Bennett College alumna, Benin Lemus ‘94, takes a personal journey through grief and loss, gratitude and celebration in her debut poetry collection, Dreaming in Mourning. Bennett College will host a virtual launch of Lemus’ book on Thursday, January 26, 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m. eastern standard time. Lemus is a poet and an educator based […]

Kwanzaa Family Festival Brings People Together

January 6, 2023

With a clarion and joyous “how you doing?” call of “Habari Gani,” the equally robust response of “Kuumba” heralded Day 6 at the Kwanzaa Family Fest, in an engaging community celebration of the seven-day celebration of African American heritage and culture. Held in the social hall of Bethel AME Church, the Greensboro Kwanzaa Collective filled […]

10 Best Films of 2022 & Best of the Best

December 30, 2022

Call it a comeback! In 2022 the movie industry roared back with high-quality films, stellar performances and great artistry. For the record, movie theaters aren’t dead yet and streaming is a part of the equation and not the whole picture. These noteworthy films and artists will vie for awards in weeks to come. Check out […]

Movie Review: Avatar – The Way of Water

December 23, 2022

It’s more than you can possibly imagine. A fantasy world so vivid and real it commands your full attention for 3h 12m. And when it’s done, you’ll still want to linger in this heightened state of make believe. You’d think after creating The Terminator, Aliens, Titanic and the ground-breaking Avatar that writer/director James Cameron had […]

Movie Review: Strange World

December 15, 2022

These colors are so trippy—and even the trees are cool.” Sixteen-year-old Ethan (Jaboukie Young-White) voices the obvious. It’s what viewers will think upon seeing the wondrous visuals in this heartwarming ani/adv/fan/fam tale. Director Don Hall (Raya and the Last Dragon) and co-director/writer Qui Nguyen (writer on Raya and the Last Dragon) have magically created a […]

Movie Review: Black Panther Wakanda Forever

November 23, 2022

Wow! You’ll say that over and over again as this mind-blowing, superhero epic unfolds. Wow! The loss of King T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman), aka Black Panther, weighs heavily on the people of Wakanda. More so on his sister Princess Shuri (Letitia Wright) and his mother Queen Ramonda (Angel Bassett). They try to move forward but are […]


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