Category: Arts & Culture

Golden Globes Comedian Jerrod Carmichael Mocks Ye, Praises Spielberg

By JNS Reporter Jerrod Carmichael, winner of the Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special award for ‘Jerrod Carmichael: Rothaniel,’ poses in the press room during the 74th Primetime Emmys at Microsoft Theater on September 12, 2022, in Los Angeles, California. He continued his warm sentiments for the legendary filmmaker, blended with the jab at Ye:

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Alina De Cuba Producer John Martinez O’Felan Talks Latino Representation In Hollywood

By Xavier LeBlanc Crew member holding a movie clapboard on the set of Alina de Cuba.  John Martinez O’Felan spoke to LatinHeat in regard to Latino representation. MANKIND ENTERTAINMENT/LATINHEAT Alina of Cuba is based on the true-life story of former Cuban exile Alina Fernandez (aka “Castro’s Daughter”). The film is a celebration of the bravery of

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Bob Dylan’s Love Letters To High School Sweetheart Expected To Be Auctioned 

By Brelaun Douglas Love letters written by Bob Dylan to his high school sweetheart Barbara Ann Hewitt are expected to sell for $800,000 at auction. The collection of 42 amorous letters from Hewitt’s estate is being auctioned off by RR Auction. “The archive is a never-before-seen window into Bob Dylan’s formative years,” said Bobby Livingston,

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Mom Creates Expensive-looking Floral Arrangements For Under $14

By Emma Dunn A mom creates high-end expensive-looking floral arrangements that last months using foliage from her garden, chicken wire, and command hooks for just £12 ($13.89). Sarah Haigh, 39, started creating her arrangements during lockdown after wanting to make some art others couldn’t buy. She started experimenting with chicken wire and foliage from her

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Descendant Of Ernest Shackleton Composes Music On A Violin Made From The Explorer’s Floorboards

By Josh Brady A descendant of Ernest Shackleton spent a week composing music on a violin made from the Antarctic explorer’s floorboards.  Georgia Shackleton, 35, is a professional musician who performs with the folk group The Shackleton Trio. She is a distant relative of Anglo-Irish explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton, who led three British expeditions and

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Professional Pumpkin Carver Shares Why You SHOULDN’T Light A Tealight Inside

By Jake Mason A professional pumpkin carver has shared her top tips for carving the perfect pumpkin this Halloween – and why you shouldn’t light a tealight inside it.  Szimonetta Zombori, 30, works all year round as a professional fruit artist – but Halloween is her favorite time of the year. The mum-of-two carves intricate

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Ray Charles Jr. Pays Tribute To His Father And Those Impacted By 9/11 

By Percy Lovell Crawford CHARLOTTE, N.C. — “Ray! Salute For America,” a tribute to the late great Ray Charles, also honored those affected by the events of 9/11. Held in Los Angeles on Sept. 11 at Herb Alpert’s Vibrato Grill, Jazz, Ray Charles Jr. who produced the biopic “Ray,” connected with key musicians for the event.

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