Yesterday, the violence in Baltimore had barely started when two of Fox’s favorite African Americans jumped at the chance to use the tragedy as a springboard for attacking Baltimore’s African American mayor.
The sole topic on yesterday’s Your World was the Baltimore riots. On Your World, guests David Clarke and Alveda King wasted no time pointing fingers. Host Neil Cavuto did not reveal Clarke’s Republican political aspirations and falsely suggested King represented the views of Martin Luther King.Read more »
In order to finish The Magic Whip, its first album in a dozen years, Blur had to revisit the past. This wasn't the distant past of 1994's Parklife or 1995's The Great Escape, cheeky Britpop triumphs that branded the London foursome as Gen X's answer to The Kinks; nor was it the more recent past of 2003's muted, muddled Think Tank, recorded amid the departure of guitarist Graham Coxon and released just before a five-year hiatus.Read more »
The Los Angeles Film Festival announced Tuesday that it will present Rick Famuyiwa’s Dope and Pete Docter’s Inside Out as pre-festival screenings that will take place in advance of the festival, which runs from June 10-18 in downtown Los Angeles.
The fest, produced by Film Independent, will screen Dope on June 8. The African-American comedy stars Shameik Moore as a high school kid in a tough neighborhood, who’s invited to an underground party. The cast also includes Tony Revolori, Kiersey Clemons, Blake Anderson, Zoe Kravitz, A$AP Rocky, Chanel Iman and Quincy Brown.Read more »
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