In the Texas outback of 1979, innards are splattered, lives are irreversibly changed and cinema is made in Ti West’s new film, “X.” While this movie isn’t for faint-hearted viewers, with outstanding writing, stunning visuals, compelling characters, and superb editing, “X” is a masterpiece. “X” follows a group of starvingRead More →

EXCLUSIVE: Cuban-American actress Ana Villafañe landed the lead role in the independent feature Alina from Cuba: La Hija Rebelde from Mankind Entertainment and Maven Pictures. She will play Fidel Castro’s daughter and anti-communist activist, Alina Fernandez. Alina from Cuba is based on the true story of Fernandez, a Cuban-American immigrantRead More →

To illustrate the history of racism in banking, here’s a look at the rise and fall of Freedman’s Savings Bank, according to information from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. In 1865 the Civil War ended and the 13th Amendment abolished slavery. At that time, Congress recognized thatRead More →

In what continues to be dubbed the Great Resignation, employers are looking for creative ways to retain and attract talent. An Early Wage Access (EWA) policy – ​​a revolutionary benefits program that gives employees access to their salary within an hour of a shift – may well be what givesRead More →

Katarzyna Bialasiewicz/Getty Images/iStockphoto About 100,000 student borrowers have been identified by the U.S. Department of Education as eligible for debt forgiveness under the Civil Service Loan Forgiveness Program, the Biden administration announced Wednesday. See: Most student loan borrowers not ready to restart payments on May 1Find: When is it timeRead More →

Amazon Studios has unveiled the official trailer for the upcoming horror thriller titled Master, starring Regina Hall as Gail Bishop, the first black master of a dormitory at a former elite university. The film had its world premiere earlier this year at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival. It is setRead More →