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In addition to her unforgettable performances in "Six Feet Under" (2001) and "Soul Food" (2000), Micheaux has held guest-starring and recurring roles on shows such as "ER" (1994),"NYPD Blue" (1993), "The Practice" (1997), and "The District" (2000). Micheaux's film credits include Ringmaster (1998), The Replacement Killers (1998), and the critically acclaimed independent Sweet Jane (1998). Never venturing too far from her stage roots, Micheaux recently appeared in the title role of the Greek tragedy 'Electra'
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Join me and I will provide you proof that Wilbur Ross will be the next Bernie Maddoff. I know you are going to say who is this nut. But they said that many times about Bernie Maddoff. I have all the documents to back up my claim. Just hear me out !
At least hear my claim and decide for yourself.
The facts as I state them are accurate and true to my belief. Mr. Ross and his company gave me no choice but to go public. Mr. Ross, If you feel these statements are not true then show me proof.
YOU CAN'T DISCREDIT THE FACTS NO MATTER HOW YOU TRY TO SPIN THEM !
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Topic of the day: Jail Relationships? Good or Bad? You will have an earful of news about your hottest reality shows for the week of -Oct 6th- Oct 13th, updates on your hottest celebs that took hiatuses from the industry and ones that are trending topics, and much more juicy news. Also featuring a live exclusive interview with hollywood actress NICKI MICHEAUX, This is an episode of juicy talk you don't want to miss with your two host of the evening Shanny D & Quamane! Tune in now
Ross Mathews chats with Candi and Randy about his new talk show "Hello Ross!" on the E! Network.
From the "intern guy" on The Tonight Show to red carpets, Ross talks about his journey and career as the world's "super fan" of pop culture.
Plus, Ross shares his work with the Human Rights Campaign on behalf of LGBT rights, and being honored as the Grand Marshal at Palm Springs Pride this year.
Conservative commentary from the outskirts of hub of Western Civilization
President Obama’s Teflon presidency has been attributable to the mainstream media’s propensity to devote little time to his misstatements and mistakes, the President’s remarkable oratory skills, and his willingness to deceive Americans if it serves the “greater good.” He’s been a superhero-like figure, loved and hated, seemingly immune from slings and arrows of his enemies. All that’s changing, but if Republicans want to exploit the Obamacare debacle, they have to do more than throw rocks.
Conservative commentary from the outskirts of the hub of Western Civilization.
Will the Tea Party breakaway from the Prepublican Party before or after the 2016 presidential election? If neither what does it have to do to to win over the Republican Party establishment? What are the consequences for America?
Roger Ross Williams, the director, God Loves Uganda, which opens theatrically Nov. 1 in San Francisco at the Roxie Theatre, joins us for an interview. Roger Ross Williams directed and produced Music by Prudence, winner of the 2010 Academy Award for documentary short subject. He is the first African American to win an Oscar for directing and producing a film. He has produced and directed dozens of hours of non-fiction programming for major television networks and cable channels. Williams has won numerous awards for his work. Currently, Williams has several projects in development, including a feature narrative film about the African American Baptist church titled Black Sheep. Visit http://www.godlovesuganda.com/ We close with a show recorded June 19, which closes with an interview with two directors, KATHERINE FAIRFAX WRIGHT - filmmaker; MALIKA ZOUHALI-WORRALL - filmmaker and LONGJONES - subject from the film, Call Me Kuchu, which screened at Frameline June 19, 2012. The film depicts the last year in the life of David Kato, a courageous, quick-witted and steadfast man whose wisdom and achievements were not fully recognized until after his death. While heartbreaking, the documentary traces a narrative that takes the viewer beyond the chronicle of victimization depicted in international news media: it tells the nuanced story of David and Kampala’s kuchus as they work to change their fate, and that of other kuchus across Africa.depicts the last year in the life of a courageous, quick-witted and steadfast man whose wisdom and achievements were not fully recognized until after his death.
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