MIAMI, Florida – Montage: A Film Series is a program designed to link communities and people through the art of filmmaking and culture. Montage returns for its 2020 season in celebration of Black History Month for a screening of Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People. Montage takes place Thursday, February 27 at 7pm at the Pompano Beach Cultural Center. Tickets are FREE and are available at www.ccpompano.org or at the door.“This documentary is a fitting selection for Black History Month,” said Phyllis Korab, Cultural Affairs Director. “As it provides a comprehensive look at American culture through historical archival images that are rarely seen in such totality.”As the first documentary to explore the role of photography in shaping the identity, aspirations, and social emergence of African Americans from slavery to the present, Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People probes the recesses of American history through images that have been suppressed, forgotten, and lost.Bringing to light rarely seen photos shot by both professional and amateur African American photographers, the film opens a window into the lives of black families, whose experiences and perspectives are often missing from the traditional historical canon.These images show a much more complex and nuanced view of American culture and its founding ideals. Inspired by the book Reflections in Black by photo historian Deborah Willis, the film features the works of esteemed photographic artists Carrie Mae Weems, Lorna Simpson, Anthony Barboza, Hank Willis Thomas, Coco Fusco, Clarissa Sligh, James Van Der Zee, Gordon Parks, and many others.The Pompano Beach Cultural Center is located at 50 West Atlantic Blvd. Pompano Beach, FL 33445.
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Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. +8 Vote up Vote down anonymous · 275 weeks ago Cue, while “exasperate” sorta fits… I believe the word you intended is “exacerbate.” OTOH this reader completely agrees with you about looting, rioting, and the other primal behavior. These people are criminals, derelicts. I am also tired of the police getting vilified for doing their jobs by arresting criminals and derelicts. Report Reply 1 reply · active 275 weeks ago +6 Vote up Vote down CueballSumnernewscow 94p · 275 weeks ago I even looked that word up: Exasperate means to infuriate or irritate intensely. Exacerbate means to make a problem worse. So technically you are right. I’ll change the sentence to “exacerbate to exasperate.” Report Reply +1 Vote up Vote down Guest · 275 weeks ago I want to know what happened to the reserve officer in Tulsa , that shot and killed the unarmed guy on the ground thinking he was using his tazier , but accidental had a gun in his hand.. Report Reply 0 replies · active 275 weeks ago +7 Vote up Vote down concerned citizen · 275 weeks ago Frankly, I for one am tired of all the negative publicity that we have seen in the news lately concerning law enforcement officers. There are a lot of officers out there that have and would give their lives in order to serve and protect their community. Next week (May 10-16, 2015) is National Police Week. In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation which designated May 15th as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as Police Week. Its intention was to honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty and those still working the streets. Instead of being down on our officers let us as a community use that time to thank an officer for their service and to wear blue or fly a blue ribbon from your vehicle car antenna in support of our men in blue. Report Reply 0 replies · active 275 weeks ago +1 Vote up Vote down JustMe · 275 weeks ago Boy oh boy “Obviously, I am neither African-American nor live in the inner-city so I don’t understand what it is to live in poverty or to be discriminated against”. Uh…..so only poor people and blacks can be discriminated against? Get a grip, ya yuppie liberal. Tired of the cops F’ing with you? Maybe you should try not breaking the law. Majority of ALL protests have spun from someone breaking the law and paying the ultimate price. The cops in the majority of the cases (dare I say ALL but one which is still, to my knowledge, being investigated) acted in good measure. I wouldn’t want a cops job in todays ignorant “hands up don’t shoot” mentality of a nation. I couldn’t agree more about the electrical outage though. Stop watching T.V., get off the computer, put the cell phone/tablet down. Play a board game with your spouse/kids over candle light. Tell stories of growing up and having to walk “up hill both ways, in the snow”. We need a major power grid issue to come up so that these twits can’t check twitter every 30 seconds, or post how horrible being without power for 10 minutes is on facebook. The problem with downtown wellington, is that people don’t support it…..reliably. Sure, I shop downtown. Maybe once every couple of months. Should I do it once a month? Sure. Once a week? Probably. But the convenience of working in the big city makes it too easy to just stop while I’m up there. And the COST makes it more attractive. Report Reply 0 replies · active 275 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! 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I cannot stand the smell and or taste unless it’s boiled. Commentary by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” Five thoughts by Cueball and Quinn for May 3, 2015â€¦1. Baltimore riotsâ€¦City police riots are hardly anything new. I canâ€™t remember a time when we didnâ€™t have them. The Rodney King Los Angeles riots in 1992 were particularly disturbing.A man stands in front of a line of police officer in riot gear last week in Baltimore. (AP News photo).I was way too young to remember the civil rights riots of the 1960s.Maybe Iâ€™m becoming more cynical these days, but todayâ€™s riots seem a bit more manufactured than the riots of years past. You wonder for some if it is an excuse for people to loot, and are tailor-made spectacles for cable TV news networks like CNN and Fox News, eager for a night of high ratings.Obviously, I am neither African-American nor live in the inner-city so I donâ€™t understand what it is to live in poverty or to be discriminated against based on the color of my skin.But burning down a city doesnâ€™t seem like a solution. And I also fail to understand how neutering a police force helps overcome whatever it is people need to overcome. Someone asked me the other day, why would anyone want to go into law enforcement these days â€” especially in the inner city. Itâ€™s not a profession I would choose. Police officers are held to an accountability of perfection. If an incident occurs such as what happened with Michael Brown in Missouri and Freddie Gray in Baltimore, then all hell breaks loose. Local citizens riots, T.V. cameras converge and you have a city-burning spectacle on your hands.And then there are the visitors, who seem to show up and exacerbate to exasperate the situation for these made-for-TV events.Burning down a city is the current rage, Ferguson… Baltimore… and another coming soon to a city near you. Weâ€™re in for a long hot summer.When I compare the plight of the inner cities these days, it makes me realize just how lucky I am to be living in Wellington, Kansas. 2. Electricity being outâ€¦Â Are we getting a little too spoiled? Electricity went out for 10 minutes in Wellington and elsewhere in Sumner County, and you would have thought it was Armageddon judging from some of the comments I read on Facebook and this site.Someone sent me an e-mail to launch a full-fledged investigation into the matter as if the city was under siege. Yeah, Iâ€™ll get do that hard-hitting investigative piece right after I write my five-part series on why the drive thru clerk at one of our fast food restaurants failed to give me correct change the other day.Do we need a war, a bubonic plague or something to snap us back into reality about how good we have it? Having your electricity go out especially for 10 minutes is not a crisis. Nothing in this world is going to run perfectly. We are going to have pot holes in our streets, our cars are not going to start, our bills will be too high, and the stupid electricity is going to go out from time-to-time.I was actually happy to see the electricity go out around 10 p.m. Wednesday. It kept me from having to watch more news coverage of the Baltimore riots. 4. I have never seen an entire Indiana Jones or Harry Potter Movie in my life. 3. I like 10 hours of sleep. But I also like staying up late to an unhealthy extent. See my problem. 2. Only 2 people know my favorite food. 4. Your special day â€¦Â I hope you have been reading the WHS Daily Bulletin that comes out Monday through Friday.Not only is there a school schedule, the lunch, and announcements of things going on at Wellington High School, but at the end it lists of special commemorative days. For example on Monday it was National Tell a Story Day and National Prime Rib Day. Thursday, and Iâ€™m not lying, was National Honesty Day and National Bugs Bunny Day.I saw this on Facebook. Saturday was not only Wellingtonâ€™s Citywide Garage Sale but it was also â€œWorld Naked Gardening Day.â€Iâ€™ll leave the jokes up to you. 3. Something I heardâ€¦I asked a Wellington downtown restaurant owner the other day how business was during the lunch hour and he said not as well as he hoped because there are way too many places downtown for people to eat.Thatâ€™s a new one. Iâ€™m not sure I ever heard that since moving here. â€œWe have too many downtown businesses open.â€Folks, itâ€™s time to get fat. We are in food heaven. Get downtown or elsewhere in the community and support the many local restaurants in town. These are good timesâ€¦ burp!
“It is a good challenge for us. You have to live as a club, as players if we can do that,” said Guardiola after the first leg.“We have a second game. It looks a little more complicated but every day, every hour is going to pass we will see it closer.”Guardiola is also under the spotlight after he was accused of again over-thinking his team selection and tactics in the Champions League after defeat in north London last week.It is now 10 games and eight years since a Guardiola side won an away Champions League quarter or semi-final, despite boasting three immensely talented teams in Barca, Bayern and City.Guardiola made his name in winning the competition twice among 14 trophies in four golden years at Barcelona.His three years at Bayern also produced domestic dominance in three Bundesliga titles and two German cups, but was coloured by three Champions League semi-final exits to Real Madrid, Barca and Atletico Madrid.Failure to even reach the last four in his first three seasons at City would see his credentials as a Champions League specialist further diminished.Against Tottenham, it’s time for his “teenagers” to come of age on the biggest stage. Pep Guardiola Manchester, United Kingdom | AFP | Manchester City remain in contention for a historic haul of four trophies this season, but winning the one by which Pep Guardiola’s time at the Etihad will be judged depends on overturning a 1-0 Champions League quarter-final, first leg deficit against Tottenham on Wednesday.City’s long-term pursuit of Guardiola has delivered what it promised domestically.Premier League records for points, goals and wins were smashed in romping to the title last season.Guardiola’s men are on course to become the first side in a decade to retain the Premier League despite Liverpool, 18 times English champions, posting what is likely to be a club record points tally.City have already retained the League Cup and will be heavy favourites to claim more silverware when they face Watford in next month’s FA Cup final.However, the far less heralded Roberto Mancini and Manuel Pellegrini also won Premier League titles in the decade since the club’s Abu Dhabi backers began pouring in billions of pounds of investment.The grand plan was for Guardiola to lead City to the promised land in the Champions League, which so far he has failed to do.The Catalan has constantly used City’s lack of history in European football as a shield. Should the English champions turn the Tottenham tie around, it will be just their second ever appearance in the semi-finals.“We are teenagers in this competition,” said Guardiola before his side swotted aside Schalke 7-0 in the second leg of their last 16 tie.Yet, it is not Real Madrid, Barcelona or Bayern Munich that have dumped City out in Guardiola’s first two seasons, but Monaco and Liverpool.Bowing out to a Spurs side 16 points behind City in the league and that spend nearly half the wage bill of Guardiola’s squad would leave a significant stain on an almost flawless season to this point. Share on: WhatsApp
By The Nelson Daily SportsErik Wentzel scored a power play goal with eight minutes left in the game to spark the Castlegar Rebels to a 4-3 victory over the Nelson Leafs in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action Friday at the NDCC Arena.The loss was the third straight for the Leafs. Castlegar has dominated the season series against the Nelson losing only one game.The teams conclude the West Kootenay rivalry tonight in the Sunflower City. Game time is 7:30 p.m.Castlegar led 2-1 after one period on goals by Spencer Brodt and Ryan Aynsley. Jeff Hodgkinson scored his first goal in a Leaf jersey to keep the home team close.Stuart Walton had the only marker of the second to increase the Rebel lead to 3-1. Dallon Stoddart gave the home side some life scoring seven minutes into the third.But the Murdoch Division leaders power play finally clicked with Wentzel restoring the two-goal lead. Evan J. Moir scored with four minute remaining in the game to make the score close.Castlegar out shot the Leafs by a wide margin with Alex Ross registering the win in goal.Marcus Beesley, getting a lot of work for Nelson between the pipes with Darren Hogg still on the injury list, took the loss.ICE CHIPS: Ryan Aynsley, 20, has verbally committed to a scholarship offer at Northern Michigan University. Aynsley, a native of Kelowna, leads the Rebels in scoring with 31 goals and 35 assists for 66 points in 35 games. Aynsley spent some time with Trail of the BCHL, but decided to return to the Rebels prior to the roster deadline in January. [email protected]