February 22, 2018

Interview: Serena Laurel

Interview with Actress, Singer-Songwriter and Model Serena Laurel. 

February 21, 2018

Interview: Carrie Bernans

Interview with Black Panther star, Carrie Bernans on her role as Dora Milaje.

February 21, 2018

Interview: Kristina Anapau

Kristina Anapau is an actress, writer, and producer. Born in Hawaii, Kristina Anapau spent her youth studying classical ballet, music and theatre. She graduated from high school at the age of 15 and, that same year, began her studies at The University of Hawaii. With dreams of pursuing a professional dance career, Anapau's life would soon take a fateful turn, as she was cast in Universal Television's, Escape from Atlantis (1997), landing her first professional starring role at the age of 16. Soon after, she relocated to Los Angeles where she continued to work steadily, both theatrically and commercially. At age 20, Kristina landed a recording contract with Hollywood Records and spent much of that year recording an album and opening for Destiny's Child on MTV's TRL Tour, but her true love and passion remained performing in film and television.
Anapau has trained and performed theatrically under the tutelage of The Royal Acadamy of Dramatic Art in London, and on the ballet front with American Ballet Theater and The Joffrey Ballet in New York City.
She acted alongside Golden Globe winner Diane Venora and Greg German in ThinkFilm's independent feature, Self Medicated (2005), winner of over 35 international film awards. Anapau starred with Christina Ricci and Jesse Eisenberg in the Dimension Films' thriller, Cursed (2005), directed by Wes Craven, and shined as "Cassie Merteuil" in the Sony Pictures/Newmarket Films release, Cruel Intentions 3 (2004). She appeared in the films, Madison (2001), starring Jim Caviezel and Bruce Dern, as well as, the Lions Gate comedy, 100 Girls (2000).
Her television credits are impressive as Kristina has recurred and guest starred in many noteworthy productions, including: True Blood (2008), The Glades (2010), House (2004), Monk (2002), CSI: NY (2004), Without a Trace (2002), Once and Again (1999), General Hospital (1963) and Knight Rider (2008). She also starred opposite popular comedian, Dane Cook, in the Sony Television produced pilot, Cooked (2005).
Anapau recurred on the hit HBO series, True Blood (2008), as the enchanting Maurella. She played "Galina" in Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan (2010), in which she acted opposite Oscar-winner Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis, Winona Ryder and Barbara Hershey.
In her spare time, Anapau enjoys skiing and horseback riding. She has been a contributing editorial writer for The Stndrd Magazine and The Hollywood Film Journal among others. Anapau is a graduate of Skidmore College in New York.

February 20, 2018

Interview: Jesse Holland

Jesse J. Holland is the Race, Ethnicity & Demographics reporter for The Associated Press, and responsible for coverage and analysis of this nation's minority and ethnic groups for the world's largest news organization. He is also the author of the new book, Black Panther: Who is The Black Panther ?


Reverend Jesse Jackson discusses Voter Registration, MLK50, and the state of Healthcare in this exclusive interview. 

February 13, 2018

Interview: Linnea Sage

Award winning voice performer Linnea Sage (Nebula from Marvel’s Avengers Academy game) has created a new comedy series called Brainless Agenda !

February 5, 2018

Interview: Marshal Hilton

Speaking on his new film as well as the keys to success and longevity in the film industry. Marshal also offers some candid and applicable life advice.

February 2, 2018

Interview: Camille Nelson

Camille Nelson talks new music and more !

January 29, 2018

Interview: Duvalier Malone

Speaking on the state of Health Care, Education, Human Rights and the debate surrounding Confederate Monuments.

His Dream of Lions, who recently announced their new EP, Pseudo Star. Set to be released on February 2nd, the five-track EP was engineered, mixed, and mastered by Ben Green at Ivakota Studios and showcases a sound that is a departure from His Dream of Lions' pop/rock style with new kinds of synths and drums and will appeal to fans of artists like Fun., COIN, and Colony House. Get a taste of what to expect by checking out lead single, "Love Me Like I'm Sick," which was accompanied by a killer music video paying homage to glam rock bands like Queen.


With their new EP, the four young rockers have captured a feeling about facing uncertainty. Pseudo Star is funny yet serious, epic yet intimate, empowering yet doubtful, touching on the emotions we face when it feels like we don't know where we're going. "But Pseudo Stars still shine," shares frontman Seth Coggeshall, "and that's more than enough reason to press on." Experience the record for yourself and stream Pseudo Star



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