Author Archives: Kam Williams

  • Yipes, it’s Snipes!

    Wesley T. Snipes is a globally celebrated actor, film producer, master in various martial arts, and a loving father and husband. Born in Orlando, Fla. on July 31, 1962, he spent his childhood between Orlando, Fla. and Bronx, N.Y. while attending the High School of Performing Arts in NYC and ...

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  • Season of the tWitch

    Stephen “tWitch” Boss is a “So You Think You Can Dance” All-Star and fan favorite who continues to make a splash with his multitude of talents. He was also the first dancer endorsed by Gatorade, officially recognizing dance as a sport. Boss is a recurring guest DJ on “Ellen,” serving as Ellen ...

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  • Cold Turkey Expose Examines Internet Addiction in China

    How long do you think you could you survive without access to a cell phone or computer? A few hours? A day? A week? How about three months? That’s the degree of deprivation awaiting adolescents diagnosed as addicted to the internet over in China, the first country to officially recognize the ...

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  • Nine Lives of a Black Panther: A Story of Survival

    “In the early morning hours of December 8, 1969, 300 officers of the newly-created, elite paramilitary unit known as SWAT initiated a violent battle with a handful of Los Angeles-based members of the Black Panther Party [BPP]… 5 hours and 5,000 rounds of ammunition later, 3 SWAT team members ...

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  • Everything’s Coming Up Rosie!

    Rosie Maria Perez was born on Sept. 6, 1964 in Bushwick, Brooklyn where she was raised in a Catholic orphanage after being abandoned by her mom and taken from her aunt. She made a most memorable screen debut as Spike Lee’s girlfriend, Tina, in “Do the Right Thing,” and later landed an ...

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  • The Chat Heard ‘Round the World

    Kicking off an impressive career in front of the camera at the tender age of five, Bobb’e J. Thompson rose to fame as a child actor well before his teens, initially with a small but colorful and energetic supporting role as the pint-sized Tupac in My Baby’s Daddy (2003). He subsequently ...

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