Arts & Culture
by Jorge Rivas on January 17 2013, 5:00PM
On Thursday, Issa Rae appeared on the “Katie” show.
by Jorge Rivas on January 17 2013, 4:41PM
The First Lady turns 49 today.
by Jorge Rivas on January 17 2013, 2:36PM
The 11-day festival will showcase 119 feature films and documentaries that range from a drama based on Oscar Grant’s last 24-hours to a short film that follows real life high-rise window washers in Chicago.
by Jorge Rivas on January 16 2013, 12:43PM
The legal team for George Zimmerman, the man accused of shooting and killing Trayvon Martin, has received a copy of the 17-year-old’s school records, the Orlando Sentinel reported Tuesday. “We are entitled to receive the school records because some information…
by Jorge Rivas on January 16 2013, 12:01PM
Last week, Wallis became the youngest actress ever nominated for an Oscar in the best-actress category.
by Jorge Rivas on January 15 2013, 5:00PM
Several respected news agencies (including the New York Times) issued corrections after they identified Washington’s daughter as his wife Pauletta.
by Jorge Rivas on January 15 2013, 3:28PM
The Post continues its three part video series that asks: What do you fear, love and dream of?
by Jorge Rivas on January 15 2013, 1:53PM
MLK said freedom and self-respect are never given, but must be unapologetically taken.
by Jorge Rivas on January 15 2013, 11:11AM
Oxygen is expected to announce that All My Babies’ Mamas won’t ever see the light of day.
by Channing Kennedy on January 15 2013, 9:08AM
TV writer Keith Josef Adkins was told by the studios that black people don’t do sci-fi. So he’s funding his own webseries, “The Abandon,” to prove them wrong.
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by Jorge Rivas on January 14 2013, 3:45PM
You can watch the short-documentary nominated for an Oscar online.
by Jorge Rivas on January 14 2013, 2:17PM
Immigrant rights activist Favianna Rodriguez talks social change through art.
by Jorge Rivas on January 14 2013, 1:00PM
“The Republican party needs to take a very hard look at itself and understand that the country has changed,” Powell said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”
by Jorge Rivas on January 14 2013, 12:36PM
Another first for Latinos at the inauguration.
by Jorge Rivas on January 14 2013, 11:49AM
Less than a minute in to the director’s press conference backstage he had already dropped the N-word. Tarantino was answering a question about the use of the N-word in his film.
by Nia King on January 14 2013, 9:40AM
Colorlines readers debate the value of ‘Django Unchained’ and share non-fiction resources regarding slavery.
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by Jorge Rivas on January 11 2013, 4:00PM
Though there is no constitutional requirement for the use of a Bible during the swearing-in, Presidents have traditionally used Bibles for the ceremony.