(Dialogue Magazine) — North Korean leader Kim Jong Unwarned Friday that his rocket forces were ready “to settle accounts with the U.S.,” unleashing a new round of bellicose rhetoric after U.S. nuclear-capable B-2 bombers dropped dummy munitions in joint military drills with South Korea.
(Dialogue Magazine) — Alaskan Rep. Don Young, one of the most senior Republicans in the House, has apologized for using the racial slur “wetbacks” in referring to Hispanic migrant workers.
Young, now in his 21st term in the House, said in an interview with Alaska’s KRBD radio that when he was young, his father “used 50-60 wetbacks to pick tomatoes” on their California farm.
(Dialogue Magazine) — What if the Supremes had been born Down Under? A very conventional story of a ’60s Australian girl group gains extra power from its context and setting in this fact-based story set to the beat of Motown soul.
40-something Hip Hop Legend Too Short tried to make a quick getaway from police after being stopped for DUI.
Customers fend off gunman in philly restaurant.
(Dialogue Magazine) — In “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone,” a predictable but often terrific absurdist comedy, Carrey plays Steve Gray, a long-haired, tattoo-spangled, masochistic performance artist/illusionist from the Criss Angel/David Blaine school.