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Twin Cities Black Film Festival founder on 10 years of stars and screenings

Twin Cities Black Film Festival founder on 10 years of stars and screenings

Dec. 26 | By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   (l-r) Screenwriter Stacy Parshall-Jensen and Twin Cities Black Film Festival founder Natalie MorrowPhoto by Charles Hallman Ten years ago, Natalie Morrow wanted to establish an annual Black film screening event...

Whitney Houston’s illness overlooked in mass  media

Whitney Houston’s illness overlooked in mass media

Apr. 4 |     More than a few of us were afraid it would turn out to be something like this: Cocaine, according to the L.A. County Coroner official finding, contributed to a heart failure that killed Whitney Houston, who, as by now the whole world...

It’s what — and not who — killed Whitney Houston

It’s what — and not who — killed Whitney Houston

Mar. 21 |     A new allegation has surfaced that pop superstar Whitney Houston was murdered. Legal television commentator Nancy Grace ignited a firestorm of criticism speculating Houston’s death might have been a homicide. “I’d like...

Whitney was one of us

Whitney was one of us

Feb. 29 |     Whitney Houston was one of us; she was a human being with all the angst, pain and limitations that brings. She was a woman living and fighting the applied stigma of the “weaker” and by implication the second-class sex, in, yes, what...

Whitney Houston (1963-2012)  The voice of an angel left lasting music legacy

Whitney Houston (1963-2012) The voice of an angel left lasting music legacy

Feb. 15 |   Whitney Houston (1963-2012) By Dwight Hobbes Contributing Writer   The stellar career and troubled life of Whitney Houston came to end on the afternoon of February11 in her hotel room at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California....
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