U-T Pulitzer Winner Lifts ‘The Sergeant’; Is 20-Year Book Project Next ‘Hamilton’?

U-T Pulitzer Winner Lifts ‘The Sergeant’; Is 20-Year Book Project Next ‘Hamilton’?

[ad_1] Dean Calbreath, the former Union-Tribune business writer and columnist, and his new book, “The Sergeant.” Photo by Cindy Kyle Dean Calbreath would like to suggest some vacation reading for Lin-Manuel Miranda. Perhaps “The Sergeant,” Calbreath’s sprawling biography of an African-born figure of the U.S. Civil War and Reconstruction? Nicholas Said, whose memoir was just […]

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 Academy Lets Andrea Riseborough’s Oscar Nod Stand But Will ‘Address Tactics With Responsible Parties Directly’

Academy Lets Andrea Riseborough’s Oscar Nod Stand But Will ‘Address Tactics With Responsible Parties Directly’

[ad_1] By Brent Furdyk. Published: 1 min ago The drama surrounding Andrea Riseborough’s Oscar nomination for “To Leslie” appears to be over. On Tuesday, Jan. 31, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences issued a statement announcing that the investigation has concluded into whether the Oscar campaign that resulted in Riseborough’s nomination had violated […]

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 Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss Honoured With Tribute From Gap And The Brooklyn Circus

Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss Honoured With Tribute From Gap And The Brooklyn Circus

[ad_1] By Anita Tai. Published: 1 hour ago Gap is honouring Stephen “tWitch” Boss’ memory in their latest campaign. The clothing label recently teamed up with Haitian-owned brand The Brooklyn Circus with a new capsule collection, the limited-edition Gap × The Brooklyn Circus capsule. It’s described as “merging The Brooklyn Circus’ take on fashion throughout […]

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