Twisted Melodies – Donny Hathaway Story
The solo show, based on the life of '70s soul singer and composer Donny Hathaway, imagines the troubled and brilliant musician's last day on Earth in an immersive, audience involving, call–and–response performance about Hathaway's compelling inner struggle: mental illness.
Did Janet and Randy Have Michael's Statue Removed?
One neighbor, Janine Bray, who has lived in a house across the street from the Jackson family home, said she saw the monument being removed on October 27, hours after Janet and Randy visited the house.
Young Writer's Workshop with Author Sheila Moses
The Simon and Schuster author and National Book Finalist will teach young writers how to tell a good story, what a publisher looks for in a new author, and how to make your story ideas a reality. This workshop is limited to 15 young adults.
It's All Rooted In White Panic in Losing Numerical Advantage
Everything that has happened during recent years is all about one thing: fear by white people that they will inevitably lose their numerical advantage in this country; and with that loss comes an alteration of American culture and shifting of power away from white dominance and white control.
John James to Run for Senate
"In short, he's awful," writes the Detroit MetroTimes. The paper also reports that the West Point graduate apologized for having a swastika in one on his ads. MetroTimes provided a litany of details in the article, "Reminder: Black Republican John James took white supremacist campaign cash."
The Supreme Court Decision May Help Virginia Push Forwardly Blue
The two Black Republicans are DJ Jordon running in District 31 in Northern Virginia and Garrison Coward in District 68 in the Chesterfield/Richmond region. Ironically, in an effort to stop the tide, both men are trying to unseat newly elected incumbent women, Elizabeth Guzmán and Dawn Marie Adams.
We don't plan to miss the African American Children's Book Fair at the Alexandria Black History Museum. The Sandy Spring Slave Museum will celebrate Community Day while the African Fashion Show and Culture Expo takes place on U Street in DC. In Detroit, it's the National Rhythm and Blues Hall Of Fame Weekend that we hate to miss.
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