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No Roses and Rainbows in Harsh Glow of Moonlight: Film Strikes Nerve, Exposes Suffering of Many Children in America through Protagonist – Oscar Win Well Earned
Growing up as a child in America is often considered a wonderful thing. With the challenges many other countries face around the world, many babies are born into poverty. For them, there is no clean water, nutritious food, electricity and reasonable shelter. Based on this, we might believe that being born in the United States is like winning a lottery of sorts.
However, not every child in America has a positive experience growing up. According to various reports, there are millions of children growing up in poverty in this country. They do not have enough to eat every day and they live in ramshackle housing. To many of us, these children are invisible.
This past Sunday evening, Moonlight won Best Picture at the Academy Awards. The film is not glamorous in any way. A couple of days ago, it was released for purchase on DVD and patrons can also rent the movie at their local Redbox kiosk. Many Americans will be watching this film for the very first time this week and, certainly, in the coming weeks.
On Sunday evening just past, the 89th annual Academy Awards acknowledged the best in movies for 2016. But aside from Oscar winners, who won for being best
Recently, we brought you our first installment of the NCAA Tournament bubble teams [see here]. With only 13 days to the NCAA Tournament field is announced, we
Up, Up and Away: The 5th Dimension Founder, LaMonte McLemore, Talks His Life and His Book, From Hobo Flats to the 5th Dimension: A Life Fulfilled in Baseball, Photography and Music
LaMonte McLemore is the founder of the Grammy winning musical group The 5th Dimension. The group rose to fame in the 1960s with classic hits including Up-Up and
Mason Reese, Alison Arngrim and Dawn Wells Turn in Strong Performances in Life Interrupted on YouTube; Mason Back to Discuss, More
What do you get when you bring stars from Little House on the Prairie, Gilligan’s Island, Bewitched, The Brady Bunch and The Waltons together? You get the
Psychotherapist Dr. Robi Ludwig Back: Talks Realistic Romantic Expectations, Keeping Love Alive, Her Projects, More
Last week, couples across the world celebrated Valentine’s Day. But how does a couple make Valentine’s Day happen every week? To answer that question, we welcome back nationally
Our Favorite Neuroscientist, Dr. Kristen Willeumier is Back: Discusses Pre-Super Bowl 51 Events, Former New York Jets Great Mark Gastineau’s Health Challenges, More
A few weeks ago, Dr. Kristen Willeumier had the opportunity to attend some pre-Super Bowl 51 events in Houston. While there, the neuroscientist met some NFL players. Above,
We are still a few weeks away from Selection Sunday. Selection Sunday this year is March 12th. It is the day that the 68 teams are announced for
In recent years, audiences have seen actor Gary Busey on Celebrity Apprentice and Dancing with the Stars. Aside from his appearances on reality TV shows, he has continued
In recent years, the Grammys has returned to must see viewing status, owing to an emphasis on performances. Seemingly, people want a main course of big acts performing