James Franco has won a spot in a University of Houston creative writing program.
At the end of a clearing on Hart Island, an island off the Bronx where New York City buries its unclaimed dead, is a section where people who died of AIDS were buried during the height of epidemic in the 1980s and 1990s.
From left, Sons of Kemet musicians Eddie Hick, Tom Skinner, Shabaka Hutchings and Theon Cross.
Kristen Pride recently moved back to Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, where she grew up. But she hasn’t told her family what she pays in rent. Her dad, she said, “is super passionate about gentrification. He gets so mad and is like, ‘This is crazy, people shouldn’t be paying this much in Bed-Stuy!’”
Senoia, Ga., a picturesque town about 35 miles southwest of Atlanta, has become famous as the home of “The Walking Dead.” Its downtown and neighborhoods have starred on the zombie thriller and local businesses have embraced the connection.
Don Black, of Stormfront.org, was at one time a grand dragon of the Ku Klux Klan in Alabama. Now he does an Internet radio broadcast.
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