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Spike Lee “She’s Gotta Have It” Remake Is a Panorama of Anguish, Ambition, and Identity

Richard Brody reviews Spike Lee’s new series, “She’s Gotta Have It,” a Netflix adaptation of his 1986 film of the same name.

Fats Domino put the joy in rock 'n' roll

If Elvis Presley personified the sex appeal of early rock ’n’ roll, and Jerry Lee Lewis and Little Richard channeled the danger lurking within this unbridled form of youthful expression, then Fats Domino was the living embodiment of the pure joy that was an integral part of the musical sea-change...

A Few Dozen White Supremacists Return to Charlottesville for Brief Tiki Torch-Lit Rally

2 months agoNews : Slate: The Slatest

White supremacists were back in Charlottesville, Va. on Saturday night, once again chanting “you will not replace us” at the foot of a covered-up statue of Robert E. Lee. Infamous white nationalist Richard Spencer, one of the organizers...Show More Summary

'Neo-Nazi cowards': white nationalists stage brief Charlottesville rally

City workers drape a tarp over the statue of Robert E Lee in Emancipation park in Charlottesville, Virginia. Marchers led by the white supremacist Richard Spencer staged a “flash mob” by torchlight on Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia, where a rally in August led to the death of Heather Heyer, a peaceful counter-protester who was run down by a car.

Surprise Torch March and Rally by Richard Spencer and White Nationalists in Charlottesville

The crowd marched the statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee. White nationalist figurehead Richard Spencer led a crowd of three dozen supporters to the statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday night, local NBC reporter Matt Telham reported on Twitter. Show More Summary

Far right's Richard Spencer returns to Charlottesville, tiki torch in hand

2 months agoNews : USAToday: News

He and about two dozen supporters were rallying to save the city's statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.        

Torch-bearing White Supremacists Return to Charlottesville Chanting, ‘You Will Not Replace Us’

2 months agoNews : The Daily Beast

Led by Richard Spencer, about 50 people suddenly descended on a statue of Robert E. Lee on Saturday night—and they say they'll be back.

Alt-Righters Back at Charlottesville with Torches

Matt Talhelm, a reporter at the NBC affiliate in Charlottesville, reported on twitter about a half hour ago that Richard Spencer and roughly three dozen supporters had returned with their torches to the Lee statute in Emancipation Park...Show More Summary

Richard Spencer and other white nationalists march with torches in unplanned rally on Charlottesville

2 months agoNews : The Raw Story

White nationalist figurehead Richard Spencer led a crowd of three dozen supporters to the state of Confederate general Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday night, local NBC reporter Matt Telham reported on Twitter. Police stood by as Spencer and his ilk chanted “we will be...

Judge rules suit over Charlottesville Lee statue can proceed

A judge in Virginia says a lawsuit over Charlottesville's plans to remove a Confederate statue should go forward. Local media reported Wednesday that Judge Richard Moore ruled against the city's … Click to Continue »

Baby Named for Father…with a Twist

In mid-1986, Brenda and Richard Lee Roberts of Toledo, Ohio, welcomed a son. They weren’t intending to name the baby boy after his father, but then… The anesthesiologist was Dr. Tom Richards, the attending physician was Dr. Lee Hammerling, and the pediatrician was Richard Roberts. Then, back in the room after the little one was […]

What to Stream This Weekend: Five Movies for the Back-to-School Season

Richard Brody recommends Spike Lee and Claude Chabrol, among others, as the back-to-school films to watch online this weekend.

Monsters Among Us: Dwaine Lee Little – convicted of 1 murder, person of interest in at least 4 more

Victims Orla Fay Fipps, 16[11/2/1964] Richard Cowden [9/1/1975] Belinda Cowden, [9/1/1975] David Cowden, 5 [9/1/1975] (no picture) Melissa Cowden, 5 months [9/1/1975] (no picture) Find-A-Grave: Orla Fay Fipps Find-A-Grave: Richard Gale...Show More Summary

Weekly SSRN Tax Article Review And Roundup

This week, Sloan Speck (Colorado) reviews a new work by Lee Anne Fennell and Richard McAdams (Chicago), Inverted Theories. Since the early 1960s, the interdisciplinary turn in legal scholarship has been marked by academic lawyers’ engagement with, and adoption of, theoretical work from economics, anthropology, and philosophy, among other fields....

Parade Deck Nabs ‘The Man From Earth: Holocene’; Vision Films, Caru Pictures Acquire ‘A Dying King: The Shah Of Iran’

Parade Deck Films has acquired theatrical distribution rights to The Man From Earth: Holocene, director Richard Schenkman sequel to his 2007 sci-fi The Man From Earth. It stars returnees David Lee Smith and William Katt as well as Vanessa Williams, Michael Dorn, Sterling Knight, Akemi Look and Brittany Curran. Show More Summary

Richard Anderson, 'Six Million Dollar Man' Actor, Dead at 91

3 months agoEntertainment / Film : Moviefone

Richard Anderson, a veteran actor best known for playing Oscar Goldman on "The Six Million Dollar Man" and spinoff "Bionic Woman," died yesterday at the age of 91. Anderson (seen above on the left, with Lee Majors on the right) madeShow More Summary

Skyville Live: Stream Chris Stapleton, Keith Richards and more star live!

4 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

Some of music's biggest stars will convene in Nashville to honor the great Jerry Lee Lewis on Thursday for Skyville Live. Read more...

Right to Work Founder Was a Klan Fan

Right to Work Founder Was a Klan Fan AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka didn’t pull punches when he announced Aug. 15 that he and Thea Lee, former AFL-CIO deputy chief of staff, were exiting President Donald Trump’s American Manufacturing...Show More Summary

Traveler, USC's mascot, comes under scrunity for having a name similar to Robert E. Lee's horse

When Richard Saukko galloped his chalk-white Arabian horse named Traveler around the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum almost 56 years ago, it was supposed to be a one-time stunt. Instead, the brief performance before USC kicked off its season against Georgia Tech turned into one of college football’s...

Fennell & McAdams: Inverted Theories

Lee Anne Fennell (Chicago) & Richard H. McAdams (Chicago), Inverted Theories: This essay makes the case for “inverting” popular versions of certain theories widely used in legal analysis. Inversion begins with the observation that the assumptions underlying a given theory are substantively false. But rather than reject the theory outright,...

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