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  • April Ryan: ‘The Presidency in Black and White’ Interview with Kam Williams

    Mar 23, 15 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *April D. Ryan is veteran journalist who has been a White House correspondent for the past 18 years. She also serves as the Washington bureau chief for the American Urban Radio Networks. Besides covering the Obama administration, April’s responsibilities include hosting “The White House Report,” a syndicated show airing on about 300 radio stations around […]

  • EUR Book Look: ‘Praedamus: Let Us Prey Selling Heaven (It’s All an Illusion)’

    Mar 19, 15 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    A Book Review by Kam Williams “Religion plays an important part in most people’s lives… Many of us have absolute and often blind faith in the churches we attend. But is such dedication and unconditional loyalty well-founded, or even smart? Is it good for people to live their fragile lives based on stories told to […]

  • EUR Film Review: Liam Neeson’s ‘Run All night’ is An Adrenaline-Fueled Thriller

    Mar 11, 15 by Kam Williams   Leave a comment

    *Hit man Jimmy Conlon (Liam Neeson) and mob boss Shawn Maguire (Ed Harris) have been BFFs for decades. In fact, the blood brothers from Brooklyn are so close that they routinely recite their loyalty oath, “Wherever we’re going, we’re going together” as a reminder of their enduring alliance. However, that seemingly unbreakable bond is shattered […]

  • Jeff Chang: The ‘Who We Be’ Interview with Kam Williams

    Jan 10, 15 by Kam Williams Leave a comment

    *Jeff Chang is a new sage thinker with his finger on the pulse. His first book, the critically-acclaimed “Can’t Stop Wont Stop: A history of the Hip-Hop Generation,” collected a cornucopia of honors, including the American Book Award and the Asian-American Literary Award. Next, he edited “Total Chaos: The Art and Aesthetics of Hip-Hop,” an […]

  • EUR Film Review: ‘Selma’ Revisits Historic Martin Luther King March

    Jan 9, 15 by Kam Williams Leave a comment

    *I was born in the early fifties, which means the Civil Rights Movement unfolded over the course of my formative years. And like the average black kid growing up in that tumultuous era, I can distinctly recall having a very visceral reaction to the nightly news coverage, since I had such a personal stake in […]

  • EUR Film Review: ‘Unbroken’

    Dec 31, 14 by Kam Williams Leave a comment

    *Do you remember how, Infamous, a biopic about Truman Capote, was released right on the heels of the one entitled “Capote?” But because the latter had already received considerable critical acclaim, including an Oscar for the late Philip Seymour Hoffman, the Johnnie-come-lately had little chance of making more than a blip on the radar. The […]