Culture

Oscars 2018 | Did You Watch?

Last Sunday the red carpet was rolled out as all of Hollywood gathered at Dolby Theatre for the 90th Academy Awards. With a Nationwide viewing of only 26.5 million it was the least viewed show in its history.

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Black Panther Movie Review | (Joy) of a Black Planet

It is 1992 in Oakland, California. A poster of Public Enemy hangs on a tenement apartment wall. A young black boy walks past it to open the door of a hidden closet. Inside the compartment is a book of handwritten notes in the language of Wakanda

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15 Surprising Facts about Comedy's Next Star, Sam Morrill

You might recognize him from “America’s Got Talent,” “Conan,” “Late Night with Stephen Colbert,” “People Talking Sports,” or maybe even you’re seen him on stage at the Comedy Cellar. But whether you know him or not, comic Sam Morril is about to be a household name.

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‘Black Panther’ Crushing Box Office Records

Disney-Marvels “Black Panther” continues to shatter box office records and impressions critics along the way. In its second weekend the movie has grossed $83.8 million in the international market, lifting its overall gross to $704 million worldwide.

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Harvey Weinstein | Hollywood's Big Secret

Last Thursday, through interviews, legal records, emails, and internal documents from his companies, the NY Times revealed film producer Harvey Weinstein's horrifying history of sexual misconduct. Nearly a week after the NY Times initially published their report, it's time to reveal our thoughts on the situation.

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Team First For Retired Professional (Europe/NBA) Basketball Player Ty Grant

Tyrone Grant: Brooklyn-born professional basketball player Tyrone Grant remembers his roots. After ten years as  forward for both Charlotte Hornets and a variety of European teams in Italy, Greece, and Spain, Grant returned to his hometown in 2010 with his community in mind.

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MTV Awards Shatter Gender Inequality

Last week's MTV Movie and TV Awards broke new ground. Hosted by lovable comedian Adam Devine, the show had an inclusive vibe, celebrating all forms of cultural diversity.

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Day 'N Night: Luxury Hotels Per Minute

The latest app lets you share hotel rooms. No, it's not how to plan for your first (or second) orgy but rather a maximization of corporate space. It's essentially like Uber but for naps. Or quickies.

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Mobile Stu Gives Boston Kids Hope

Musician and recording engineer DJ Mike Boston knows that there needs to be a change in cities, not just the one that shares his name. So he did something about it, mixing his passion for producing with inner city youth. Boston founded Mobile Stu

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