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[1/3]A woman passes the logo from the web search engine provider Google during the digital society festival ‘re:publica’, at the Arena Berlin in Berlin, Germany June 9, 2022. REUTERS/Annegret Hilse//File Photo Acquire Licensing Rights

ESPN Films’ critically acclaimed documentary short “Black Girls Play,” directed by award-winning filmmakers Joe Brewster and Michéle Stephenson (“American Promise,” “Going to Mars: the Nikki Giovanni Story”), will debut November 12 at 8:30p.m. ET on ESPN. Immediately after its premiere, the film will be available on ESPN+, along with the rest of the ESPN Films […]

25 October 2023 ADELLE M BANKS and YONAT SHIMRON United StatesRNS In the riverfront city of New Bern, North Carolina, Peletah Ministries, like many houses of worship since COVID-19 struck, offers Sunday services to those who can’t get to church for health or other reasons. But in these days of Zoom and other internet-based communications, the […]

The Leica ZM 11 Titanium Launch Edition’s red and black dial changes upon tilting (Image Source: Leica) Leica has announced the new ZM 11 mechanical watch, which carries the same iconic design DNA as its cameras, and . . .

originally published: 09/15/2023  (ENGLEWOOD, NJ) — In association with the Estate of Sam Shepard, The Black Box – NJ’s incubator for new and under-produced works by world-class artists – is proud to present Shepard’s groundbreaking plays Action, The Unseen Hand, and the U.S. premiere of the unpublished Little Ocean, starting next week on September […]

Comment on this storyComment Play during both childhood and adulthood is important for the healthy functioning of humans and other species, but why we play — the brain circuitry behind this behavior — is poorly understood. A new

Ava DuVernay has highlighted the inequalities that continue across the film circuit saying that Black filmmakers are told “you cannot play international film festivals.” Speaking at the press conference for her Venice title Origin – through which she becomes the first African American woman to have a film in Competition at the festival – DuVernay […]

Happy holiday weekend, everyone! Spend your extended weekend watching brain-flipping magic tricks, or take your family to the National Symphony Orchestra’s outdoor Labor Day concert.   Best Things to Do This Weekend August 31-September 4 NSO Labor Day concert. Experience a family-friendly evening on the U.S. Capitol West Lawn for the National Symphony Orchestra’s Labor […]

(RNS) — In the 2020 presidential election, President Joe Biden won the swing state of Pennsylvania by a margin of 80,555 votes, only barely outdoing Donald Trump’s hair’s breadth 2016 Pennsylvania victory with fewer than 45,000 votes. My city of Philadelphia has long been recognized as crucial to landing Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes, but within […]

A US judge plans to free Google from having to defend against a class action by 21 million consumers who claimed it violated federal antitrust law by overcharging them in its Google Play app store. Monday’s decision by US District Judge James Donato in San Francisco . . .


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