The 2014 Academy Awards

The 2014 Academy Awards

12 Years a Slave Wins Best Picture: 2014 Oscars The Academy Awards offers a night of recognition and magic to all of those responsible for bringing the films we have enjoyed to life before our eyes on the silver screen. The 2014, 86th annual Academy Awards was filled with all the excitement any dream capturing moment can hold.

Spike Lee on Gentrification of Inner-City

Spike Lee on Gentrification of Inner-City

Spike Lee Talks Gentrification Spike Lee was invited to speak at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York as part of the Black History program. During the lecture, the legendary film director interrupted a question that was centered on the good or bad in gentrification. Before the question could be formed, Lee gave a passionate response to the effects of gentrification and the people who have become a part of those historic neighborhoods.

24 Returns to Television

24 Returns to Television

24 Returning to TV: Jack Bauer back on Fox! The series 24 will be returning to television after a nearly four-year hiatus. Based on 24 hours in the action-packed life of Jack Bauer, 24 kept fans on the edge of their seats for eight seasons. After 192 episodes, fans were looking for a movie to set the scene for a 24 grand finale.

The Arsenio Hall Snub

The Arsenio Hall Snub

Arsenio Hall and Suge Knight go after Brian Williams NBC Recently a change to the host of The Tonight Show sparked a report by NBC news anchor Brian Williams, in which he made a list of the names of all the late-night talk show hosts. The list was long and included everyone from Carson Daly to David Letterman.

Beyoncé: Breaking all the Rules

Beyoncé: Breaking all the Rules

"Self-Titled": Part 1. The Visual Album The music industry has a strict set of rules most fans are not privy to know, but every artist learns quickly. As a music fan, I, much like other lovers of music, look for new music to be announced with release dates on the radio or through a favorite music channel.

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