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“Our goal with every season is to make sure we put together a lineup that excites and engages our audience,” said Kwofe Coleman, MUNY president and CEO, at the company’s 2023 season kickoff announcement.

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“From Sony Pictures Studios, it’s America’s game,” announcer Jim Thornton has said thousands of times, theme music rolls and a studio audience yells, “Wheel of Fortune!”

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“Wakanda forever” was introduced as a salutation in Black Panther, the box-office shattering 2018 film that transcended to cultural phenomenon status. Much like the movie, the greeting took on a life of its own and became interchangeable in real life with all that is Black and good – Black l…

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It is safe to say St. Louis Black fashion last weekend went by the motto “anything goes.” Around 400 fashion lovers and observers came out decked out in sophisticated, eccentric, suave, and fashionista ensembles Sunday evening, Nov. 6, 2022.  

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Eight years and many fashion styles have debuted on its runways since Timothy Moore, creative director, photographer, and owner of T.MOOREMEDIA and DoerHouse, launched his idea for a Saint Louis Black Fashion Week patterned after his Suite 7 Fashion Show.

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Yes, she has been in 400 episodes of television, performed at 200 concerts, appeared in 68 films, 40 animations and four Broadway shows. But her credentials on the big screen, the small screen and the stage are not what made Kinloch native Jenifer Lewis a star.

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Kelly McGowan, a self-proclaimed health advocate, talks about the legislation of local St. Louis politics in her animated series Straight Facts. The St. Louis city resident isn’t shy about sharing her concerns, dislikes, or downright disdain for some of our elected officials or their policies.