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In Memory of Gregg Allman: 1947-2017

As both a soloist and a member of the Allman Brothers Band, Gregg Allman will be remembered as one of the preeminent Southern rockers.  The Grammy winner was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, as well as the Georgia Music Hall of Fame.  Rolling Stone magazine named him one of […]

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Dexter

Dexter is one of those GREAT stories that you just cannot seem to stop watching. Even when it gets a little too gory for my taste, I find myself unable to turn the TV off. Most of this, I would say, could be attributed to the writing. All of the characters are VERY well-structured. Not […]

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Junebug

Junebug is a hard movie to say whether I liked it or I just felt so sorry for the characters I took pity on the film. The best way to describe it is the call it a slice of Southern small-town American living. It’s basically a story about George, who has moved to Chicago but, […]

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In the Heat of the Night

What do they call you? Well, if they call you Mr. Tibbs, watch out. One of the many films of the 1950s and 60s that Sidney Poitier did about race, this one would have to be the best…mostly since it is by far the most powerful. With the films The Defiant Ones (1958) and A […]

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