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Four years ago, the internet was flooded with sexual assault allegations against film producer Harvey Weinstein. Notable actresses accused him of engaging in inappropriate behavior in return for help in launching their careers.

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Motown Records’ catalog produced feel-good music for the soul—all of the artists sang beautiful melodies and harmonies that tug at your heartstrings even today. The lyrics ranging from heartbreak, love, unity and encouragement resonate now more than ever just as it did during the Civil Right…

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The Ville: Avengeance! —The play supported by St. Louis Shakespeare Festival’s Shakespeare in the Streets, (a grassroots theatrical experience that invites St. Louis neighborhoods to tell their stories) is just what the doctor ordered.

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From her childhood years to adulthood, Shannon Elizabeth Carr has always had a curvier, full-figured body type.  Growing up, she didn’t see much representation outside of herself and a few other women who were proportioned the same.

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In the words of Kirven Douthit-Boyd, co-artistic director of dance, hip-hop and modern dance, "COCA-Center of Creative Arts’ 2021-2022 season is well-rounded with something for everyone: dance lovers, music lovers, and theatre lovers, to enjoy."

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The Taste of Black Chicago motivated Aisha James and her entrepreneurial friends to bring a similar concept to St. Louis. She received encouragement from those very friends saying that they would support. However, that wasn’t her original plan.

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Years ago, Andre Holman’s late father asked him what his next move would be since Holman had worked with STL TV for quite some time and produced events for the St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Rams.

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A virtual format including roundtable discussions, summer performing arts classes and video performances helped The St. Louis Black Repertory Company remain active during the past year.

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Four years ago, Jerome Harris Jr. worked for a nonprofit organization called St. Louis Urban K-Life. It provides north St. Louis city teens with mentorship, professional and collegiate advice, financial literacy education and access to resources often not found in their communities. 

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(Hollywood, CA) Veteran actress Marla Gibbs received her long-awaited star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Hollywood, California on Tuesday, July 20 after a slight medical  scare. The former maid known as “Florence” on “The Jeffersons” and “Mary” on “227” was in  the middle of giving her re…