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When Matthew Rushing was a young boy growing up in Inglewood, Calif., his mother was concerned he might fall prey to the gang violence that plagued the area. So she signed him up for an afterschool arts program.
Feb. 13: Ms. Lauryn Hill, Tabernacle. 8 p.m.
Don't ask Jerry Seinfeld about race.
This year's Hollywood Issue of Vanity Fair magazine showcases a diverse group of actors and actresses -- which is generally making the Internet very happy.
Feb. 13: Ms. Lauryn Hill, The Tabernacle, 9 p.m.
If we are witnessing the rebirth of black cinema, then Will Packer is quickly becoming one of the leaders of the new era.
January 15, 1969 only nine short months since the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the city of Atlanta gathered with heavy hearts and somber souls to celebrate the birthday of a life that ended too soon.
Now through Jan. 31: “One Day In January”, photo exhibition of King Center’s first Ecumenical Service by Horace Henry. Auburn Avenue Research Library First Floor Gallery, 101 Auburn Ave. Atlanta.
"Ride Along’’ arrived in first place at the box office last weekend. The question is does the film have enough gas to stay in that top spot for a second week?
Jan. 30: Aaron Neville, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band. Cobb Energy Centre. 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 14: Keith Sweat, Macon Centreplex Coliseum. 8 p.m.
British director Steve McQueen’s unblinking look at America’s original sin, 12 Years a Slave, is this year’s best film, according to the Southeastern Film Critics Association’s 2013 poll of its members.
“F--- tha police” was Ice Cube’s mantra back when he burst on the scene in the late 1980s as part of the controversial west coast rap group N.W.A. (Niggaz Wit Attitudes).