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Between a Rocky and a Hard Place: How Rocky Balboa Taught Your Mom to Fear Black Men and Communism

  Between a Rocky and a Hard Place: How Rocky Balboa Taught Your Mom to Fear Black Men and Communism   by Dale Bridges Every generation yearns to understand the one that came before it, if for no other reason … Continue reading

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FRIDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: DAVID JEWELL

DELUSION ANGEL by David Jewell daydream delusion limousine eyelash oh baby with your pretty face drop a tear in my wineglass look at those big eyes on your face see what you mean to me sweet cakes and milk-shakes I’m … Continue reading

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A Movie That’s “About Something,” or Why “Creation” Isn’t a Great Movie, But You Should See It Anyway

A Movie That’s “About Something,” or Why “Creation” Isn’t a Great Movie, But You Should See It Anyway By John Unger Zussman I was ambivalent about “Creation” even before I saw it. On the one hand, we desperately needed a … Continue reading

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