Downtown Largo, MD, Facing the Challenges
In suburban Washington, residents in Prince George's County, Maryland has seen the Capital Centre, where the Washington Bullets (now Wizards) played become the Boulevard at the Capital Centre, an open–air shopping center. Today, it's blossoming into Downtown Largo.
Till Trilogy Opens at Mosaic Theater in DC
The three–play cycle honors the life and legacy of Emmett Till, with 10 actors playing 75 characters. We have reviewed one of the three, Benevolence, and will review That Summer in Summer in the next issue. Additional information about the Trilogy follows the review.
Tina Turner Musical: Simply the Best
The show's high energy never waned, right to the finale. Just when it appeared the curtain was ready to descend, the entire stage exploded into an exuberant concert. The last show at The National Theatre is Sunday, Oct 23. Upcoming tour stops include Philadelphia, Atlanta, Baltimore, Memphis, and Chicago.
The Woman King: The Truth About Slavery Matters
Throughout the industry's history – as witnessed in The Birth of a Nation and Gone With the Wind – Hollywood directors and producers have largely refused to make films that depict slavery accurately.
Petition To Stop Law Silencing Legal Sexual Expression
Much has been written and much has been said about the great abolitionists from the eastern seaboard. Since around 1999, under various names, The Little Calumet River Underground Railroad Project of Chicago (Shikaakwa) has been balancing this old east coast narrative.
A new research team assembled by the Glaucoma Research Foundation (GRF) is beginning to investigate what glaucoma has in common with Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
Foodies may like the podcast: Cory Booker: Food Isn't a Tidy Partisan Issue on Food with Mark Bittman. Also online will be Renaissance Cultural Conference & Honors program from Dakar. The Brookings Institution focuses on 2022 Elections: Results and Implications and for children, the2022 Children’s Africana Book Awards CABA Festival is Sat, Nov 5 (pictured).
Eva Brock’s articles for Port of Harlem continue to be a hit. She is finishing up her latest spiritual paranormal saga and will return with a new article. She’s number one on our website while our most popular story amongst subscribers was Downtown Largo, MD, Facing the Challenges. Click and see the image that was number one on our Facebook and Instagram pages.