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Arts Pop: "Black Panther" and other big moments in black cinema

ST. LOUIS – The next installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe¬† is about to take movie theaters by storm. “Black Panther” is being described as a strong and proudly black film. 108 more words

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Arts Pop: Getting you ready for the 2018 Grammys

ST. LOUIS- Known as music’s biggest night, the 60th annual Grammy Awards will be held Sunday, January 28, 2018 in New York City.¬† This year’s¬†nominees… 121 more words

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O'Brien: "We're Still In Position To Do Something"

HOUSTON (SPORTSRADIO 610) – Between injuries, off the field controversies, and losses, the Texans have had a chaotic first 10 games in 2017. But in a wide open AFC, the Texans are just a game out of the playoffs. 594 more words


Johnson's development company removes mural

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The development company owned by former NBA player and Sacramento, Calif. Mayor Kevin Johnson, who owns The Kevin Johnson Corporation, had to take down a mural on the side of the Guild Theater in Oak Park. 273 more words


NBA Star Kevin Johnson's Company Removes Mural of Black Men Killed by Sacramento Police

A mural of remembrance for seven Black men killed by police in Sacramento, California, was painted over by a development company owned by former NBA player Kevin Johnson, … 352 more words


Kevin Johnson Returns To Practice; Hopes To Play Sunday

HOUSTON (Sportsradio 610) – While a lot of attention was paid to left tackle Duane Brown’s return to the Texans locker room after a seven week holdout, Texans cornerback Kevin Johnson also made his return to Houston locker room since suffering a sprained knee in a Week 2 win over the Bengals. 289 more words


Texans Expect Kevin Johnson Back After Bye, Unsure On Dylan Cole

HOUSTON (SPORTSRADIO 610) Third year Texans cornerback Kevin Johnson has missed the past four Texans game with a sprained MCL.

“I think that Kevin could start practicing for us after the bye next week,” “It should be good to go, I believe.” 122 more words