People familiar with the 2013 graphic novel "March'' and its two sequels already know that Lewis' illustrated history of his role in the civil rights movement became a sensation. Despite critics who thought a "comic book'' was too pulpy for an elder statesman's story, it triumphed on the New York Times best-seller list. The third installation went on to win the National Book Award, a first for a graphic novel. ... read more »
Bontemps is a gifted music composer and the owner of Composer Tech, and it's his musical composition in the new documentary “United Skates” (by directors Dyana Winkler and Tina Brown) that is causing the strong pre-festival buzz, and that’s always good news for new filmmakers and film festival honchos. ... read more »
The program is part of the Museum's Grammy in the Schools offerings and is supported in part by Converse, Journeys, RBC Capital Markets, Hot Topic Foundation, and the Ford Motor Company Fund. ... read more »
Clinical psychologist and expert on the mental health of African American children, Dr. Umar Johnson will speak in Los Angeles on Saturday January 7, on Black politics during the Donald Trump presidency. ... read more »
Decorated Army Seargeant chosen to lead nation’s third largest transit authority.
The national search to find the next Chief Executive Officer at Metro halted swiftly after the Metro board of directors examined the qualifications of Denver Regional Transportation District (RTD) General Manager, ... read more »