“THREE of Angelina Jolie’s bodyguards have been arrested after allegedly calling bystanders “bloody Indians” during a film shoot at a Muslim school in Mumbai… One of the British-born guards reportedly made a gesture…indicating…that he would like to
Hat tip to Newspaper Rock! ” Buffalo, teepees, cacti, Indians on horseback with feathered headdresses – this is Roy Lichtenstein? It is indeed, and you can find the proof in “Roy Lichtenstein: American Indian Encounters,” the exhibit that now fills the Pa
William Lee Brent, a former Black Panther who hijacked a passenger jet to communist Cuba in 1969 and spent 37 years in exile, has died on the island, his sister said. He was 75.
Ten months after her death, Coretta Scott King is in her final resting place next to her husband, slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.
Update on the horrific case we told you about last year. “A teenager whom prosecutors described as a white supremacist was sentenced Friday to life in prison for a savage attack on a Hispanic boy at a party…”
“Denzel Washington, Cuba Gooding Jr., Angela Bassett, Alfre Woodard, Blair Underwood are among the principal players in a new audio Bible released by Zondervan, one of the world’s largest publishers of religious books. The voice of God? Samuel L. Jackson.
” these ideals are frequently contradicted by practical reality, especially in times of war against foreign powers…Second, hopefully such American ideals will not veer too much into nationalistic ideology, such as some proclamation that American society
“Chain Hang Low,” a song by a St. Louis teenager named Jibbs that is all the rage on the record charts and on YouTube, the online video service. The song is an anthem to flashy jewelry set to the tune of “Turkey in the Straw” (Do your chain hang low? Do i
Thank god someone came to their senses. “After a firestorm of criticism, News. Corp. said Monday that it has canceled the O.J. Simpson book and television special If I Did It.”
“R&B Diva Ruth Brown died Friday at the age of 78, according to this story in the New York Times. If Little Richard was the architect of Rock and Roll, Ruth Brown was the Queen of R&B…”