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The winners of the 79th annual National Headliner Awards, sponsored by The Press Club of Atlantic City, N.J., have been announced. Entries are judged by a panel of journalists representing newspapers, wire services, and radio and TV stations around the...
HARTSDALE, N.Y. (AP) — Malcolm Shabazz, the grandson of slain civil rights activist Malcolm X, has been buried at a cemetery in suburban New York. A spokeswoman for the family said Shabazz was laid to rest near his grandparents at the Ferncliff...
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The Hartford CourantMuhammad Ansari was 25 when he sat for coffee with the black nationalist leader of his generation. It was 1963 and Malcolm X had come to Hartford to speak at the Bushnell. While Martin Luther King Jr. preached peace with white "brothers," the man born...
MEXICO CITY — Two waiters at a downtown Mexico City bar have been arrested and identified by prosecutors here as the “likely killers” of Malcolm Shabazz. The grandson of slain civil rights leader Malcolm X, Shabazz was beaten to death...
MEXICO CITY -- Mexican officials are preparing evacuation routes and shelters for tens of thousands of people who live in the shadow of Popocatepetl, a giant volcano 40 miles southeast of Mexico City. "Popo," as the volcano is known, has displayed a...
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MEXICO CITY -- Malcolm Shabazz, the grandson of slain civil rights leader Malcolm X, has been beaten to death in Mexico City, his battered body dumped near the famed Plaza Garibaldi, in what may have been a robbery gone wrong, police said Friday. News...
RedEyeNine more designated food truck stands could be coming to Lincoln Park, Lakeview, South Loop, West Loop and downtown. Mayor Emanuel on Wednesday proposed the creation of nine new stands near a couple college campuses, parks and in those neighborhoods....
The Hartford CourantJoe Battaglia's classroom is like a teenager's ode to rap and Bob Marley, civil rights heroes and comic books. Posters of Captain America, Iron Man and Malcolm X loom over an electronic whiteboard, where Opportunity High School students on Tuesday wrote...
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NEW YORK--When a championship boxer like Muhammad Ali felt disrespected by another fighter, he might have been expected to do what most boxers would: knock his opponent's lights out. But the icon took a different route when faced with a rival he...
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You know the shot. Spike Lee has made it his signature visual flourish: the moment when a character (sometimes two, though usually one, isolated in a state of transcendence) appears to be floating through a room or down a sidewalk, reckoning with his or...
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“Mad Men” returned to AMC Sunday night with a premiere that was criticized by some for being too slow – perhaps a touch ironic, given that the episode saw Don Draper and his colleagues ringing in 1968, a year that was anything but...
In the volatile world of radio, almost nothing lasts half a century. But a great Chicago radio station — WVON-AM 1690 — has managed the feat: The institution marks its 50th anniversary Monday and celebrates with a concert featuring Toni...
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