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Voter Registration for November Elections Quickly Approaches

Voter Registration for November Elections Quickly Approaches

With the midterm elections rapidly approaching, so does the last day to register to vote. Even though this is a right, it is also a civic duty for all adults 18 years and older. Many eligible voters dismiss their need to vote because, as they say, “it is a right, not a law.” However, one […]

Mickey Mouse’s 90th Birthday Celebration Kicks Off in Chicago [Video]

Mickey Mouse’s 90th Birthday Celebration Kicks Off in Chicago [Video]

Mickey Mouse’s creator, Walt Disney was born in Chicago, Illinois. To celebrate cartoon’s birthday, the Windy City has the opportunity to preview “Mickey: The True Original Exhibition!” The opening day is Sept. 29, 2018, with the last day to visit on October 25. Visitors are invited to celebrate Mickey’s influence on both art and pop cultures. They […]

Netflix Purchases Rights to Nigeria’s Nollywood Film ‘Lionheart’

Netflix Purchases Rights to Nigeria’s Nollywood Film ‘Lionheart’

Intent on expanding its venue to include Nigeria’s Nollywood movie industry, Netflix invested $8 billion to obtain the rights for Genevieve Nnaji’s upcoming movie, “Lionheart.” Prior to the comedy’s premiere in Toronto, Netflix acquired world rights to the film, their original film from Nigeria. In addition to being the star of ‘Lionheart,” Nnaji wrote and directed the movie, […]

‘Empire’ Season 5: What to Expect and Where the Show Is Going [Spoiler Alert]

‘Empire’ Season 5: What to Expect and Where the Show Is Going [Spoiler Alert]

A small audience of “Empire” fans were able to see the Season 5 premiere ahead of the Sept. 26, 2018 air date. They were also able to hear from cast member Jussie Smollet, who plays Jamal Lyon, at the Tribeca TV Festival on Saturday, Sept. 22. After the screening, Smollet told the audience that the […]

Street Art Evolution Brings Artists Recognition

Street Art Evolution Brings Artists Recognition

Street art is typically perceived as another vulgar way for people, usually, teens or young adults, to vandalize property. This is similar to how a rebel child would break the rules in order to receive satisfaction in others distraught at their actions. Common on abandoned properties or around old apartment complexes, street art is usually depicted as […]

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