Talented performances and understated direction bring this Civil Rights-era drama to life
Pillsbury House looks at the intersection of African and Native American culture
by Ann MarsdenPictured: Abdul Salaam El Razzac, James Cravenâ€‹At some time or another, we've all known one: that person who, for reasons rational or otherwise, we simply can't stand (and to make things tidy, the feeling is frequently mutual). In Gus Edwards's Two Old Black Guys Just Sitting Around ... More >>
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