Director: Alaina Lewis

Film Length: 13 minutes

Screening: Saturday, October 11th, 2:00

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Planned Parenthood: A Vital Service (2011)

Film Length: 22 minutes

Screening: Saturday, October 11th. 12:00

A documentary that allows voices to be heard that are more representative of Planned Parenthood’s true role in empowering the modern aspiration African-American experience; from Congresswoman Gwen Moore, to the Reverend Timothy McDonald, to the patients, health care providers, and front-line community organizers who every day see how Planned Parenthood works in the African-American community, and how Planned Parenthood works to ensure that everyone has access to America’s promise.

Why Do You Have Black Dolls? (2012)


Film Length: 25 minutes

Screening: Saturday, October 11th, 1:30

A documentary that explores the history, beauty, and pride that is the black doll. Through its characters it reveals that the black doll is more than a plaything; it is a cultural artifact that represents the history of the people it depicts.

Transcending Surgeon (2014)

Director: Sam Hampton

Film Length: 53 minutes

Screening: Saturday, October 11th, 12:30

Transcending Surgeon is a one hour documentary film about top trauma surgeon Dr. Edward Cornwell III and the challenges and impact of his career. This documentary explores Dr. Cornwell’s family upbringing,mentors, education and other guiding forces which led to his successful career. It does so in the context of African American pioneers in medicine, and that many of his patients represent the realities of another side of urban African American life, communities beset by poverty, inadequate education and violence.

Muted (2014)

Director: Rachel Goldberg

Film Length: 18 minutes

Screening: Saturday, October 11th, 3:00

The Gladwells struggle to get the support of media and law enforcement when their teenage daughter disappears.

When her teenage daughter disappears, Lena Gladwell, a divorced African-American mother of two, is stunned by the inaction of local police.She and her older daughter Cara rally friends and family, flier the neighborhood and reach out to the media, all to no avail. They quickly learn the painful lesson that all missing children are not created equal.

Little White Lie (2014)

Directors: Lacey Schwartz and James Adolphus

Film length: 65 minutes

Screening: Saturday, October 11th, 3:30

Daring to ask questions about her true identity, around which her parents had kept a careful silence throughout her entire childhood, filmmaker Lacey Schwartz gently but firmly pulls back the curtain on matters of race and family secrets in her deeply personal and riveting documentary. Schwartz raises larger questions for us all: What factors—race, religion, family, upbringing—make us who we are? And what happens when we are forced to redefine ourselves?

CRU (2014)

Director: Alton Glass

Film length: 85 minutes

Screening: Saturday, October 11th, 4:50

Nearly twenty years after a tragedy, the reunion of four high school friends opens old wounds, exposes long-hidden secrets and paves the road to forgiveness and redemption.

A tight knit group of young high school athletes have a terrible crash after winning the state championship — a catastrophe that will shape all their lives. But as adults, some 15 years later, they come together again for a reunion that will open olds wounds, expose long-hidden secrets — and pave the road to forgiveness and redemption.

Twin Cities Summer Jam: 3 days of multi-genre music

The music fest, set for July 18, 19 and 20 at Canterbury Park in Shakopee, guarantees to serve up everything from shake to pop and nation.

Twin Cities Summer Jam

“We don’t tune in to and appreciate only ONE class of music; our own playlists are everywhere,” said prime supporter Chris Hawkey, “So is there any valid reason why our shouldn’t LIVE music experience be the equivalent?”

Tim McGraw has been named as one main event, however the full lineup of specialists and ticket deals dates will be declared February 21. Go to the celebration site to agree to accept email to be told first.

While a few celebrations devote whole days to a specific class of music, Twin Cities Summer Jam guarantees that field level main events from various music arrangements will perform consecutive, alongside rising groups on a subsequent stage.

The celebration is an organization between neighborhood business visionary Jerry Braam, radio host and artist Chris Hawkey, and Hawkey’s colleague Sarah Jane. The three fashioned a proprietorship bunch with Mark and Barb Anderson of Gull Dam Brewery and Peter Taunton, organizer of Lift Brands including SNAP FITNESS. The gathering understood that Minnesota had everything aside from a noteworthy music celebration. They trust Twin Cities Summer Jam will hoist the music profile of the zone over the US.

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Participants will discover:

  • 10,000 FREE parking spots
  • RV Camping nearby with showers and restrooms
  • Devoted “simple in-and-out” course for drop off/get, application ride administrations, transport administration, and saved stopping
  • Golf truck carries between campground, parking garages and the celebration entrance
  • Various ticket levels and VIP encounters with extraordinary perspectives on the stage

Aftershock lineup unveiled, packed with big headliners for three-day rock festival

The lineup during the current year’s Aftershock Festival was discharged Tuesday morning, and it’s stuffed with huge name shake represents three entire days in October.

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Main events and striking entertainers will incorporate flicker 182, Slipknot, Staind, Tool, Korn, Marilyn Manson, A Day to Remember, Stone Temple Pilots, Bad Religion, Sum 41, Lamb of God, Dropkick Murphys and handfuls more.

The eighth yearly Aftershock will run Oct. 11 to Oct. 13 at Discovery Park in Sacramento. Entryways open at 11 a.m. every day.

General affirmation begins at $99.50 (in addition to charges) for a solitary day and $269.50 for three days. VIP passes are $199.50 for one-day and $449.50 for the entire end of the week.

Aftershock 2019 Lineup:

Aftershock 2019 Lineup:

Paradiso Releases 2019 Lineup That’s Packed with Talent

Paradiso brags one the most delightful scenes on the planet and simply reported a balanced lineup highlighting craftsmen like Zeds Dead, i_o, Morgan Page, What So Not, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg!

USC Events’ head celebration in the Pacific Northwest, Paradiso, has brought some of move music’s greatest specialists to its unmatched grounds at The Gorge Amphitheater and this year is the same. Contacting down in Washington June 14-15, Paradiso is set to bring participants an unmatched melodic encounter among the absolute most exquisite surroundings possible.

Paradiso Festival

Paradiso has curated a various lineup that contacts a wide range of melodic tastes, giving participants a considerable amount of bass, daze, house, hard move, and the sky is the limit from there. Today, the celebration has quite recently declared its epic 2019 lineup, loaded up with monstrous main events like Markus Schulz, What So Not, Zeds Dead, and Kaskade.

However, it isn’t only the enormous names who stand out as unique, as there is a pack of ability that is covered up in the lineup too. Sets from craftsmen like i_o, Coone, Kayzo, ARMNHMR, and Habstrakt are certain to keep swarms scoring, and you can’t disregard the epic b2b sets between specialists like Dateless and Lucati, Delta Heavy and Dirtyphonics, and Cookie Monsta and Doctor P.

Look at the full lineup underneath and make a point to secure your experience today as Cheap Paradiso Festival Tickets and Camping Passes are on special at Tickets4festivals! Will you head Paradiso this year?

Paradiso Festival 2019 Lineup