Black Panther

May 28, 2018 in Entertainment, National Entertainment, The Buzz, This Week, Top Stories

Blu-ray Review by Kam Williams   Chadwick Boseman Rises to the Occasion as African King/Marvel Superhero Chadwick Boseman has already made quite a career out of portraying a variety of […]

Wim Wenders

May 25, 2018 in Entertainment, National Entertainment

“Pope Francis: A Man of His Word” Interview with Kam Williams   The Three-Time Oscar-Nominee Delivers a Reflective Homily Wim Wenders came to international prominence as one of the pioneers […]

Carter & June

May 21, 2018 in Entertainment, National Entertainment, The Buzz, This Week

Film Review by Kam Williams Bank Heist Dramedy Has Shades of Baby Driver Baby Driver was this critic’s pick for the #1 movie of 2017. It never takes very long […]

The Gospel According to André

May 20, 2018 in Entertainment, National Entertainment, News, The Buzz, This Week

Film Review by Kam Williams   Riveting Retrospective Chronicles Career of Flamboyant Fashionista André Leon Talley was born on October 16, 1949 in Washington, DC, but raised in Durham, NC […]

George Takei

May 16, 2018 in Entertainment, National Entertainment, News, This Week

The “American” Interview with Kam Williams   Legendary Thespian Reflects on Mistreatment of Japanese-Americans during WWII Despite an enviable career spanning six decades, George Takei remains best- known around the […]

Life of the Party

May 10, 2018 in Entertainment, National Entertainment, The Buzz, This Week

Film Review by Kam Williams   Just-Dumped Divorcee’ Returns to College in Bawdy, Midlife Crisis Comedy Deanna Miles (Melissa McCarthy) was a junior in college when she got pregnant and […]

A Perilous Path

May 9, 2018 in Entertainment, National Entertainment, News

Book Review by Kam Williams   Talking Race, Inequality and the Law by Sherrilyn Ifill, Loretta Lynch, Bryan Stevenson and Anthony G. Thompson The New Press Hardcover, $14.99 126 pages […]

American

May 3, 2018 in Entertainment, National Entertainment, This Week

Film Review by Kam Williams   Inter-Generational Drama Recounts Internment of Japanese-Americans during WWII A couple of months after the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, President Roosevelt […]