Archives for January 2014

Black Chicagoans at higher risk (10 to 1) of being shot by police

By Angela Caputo

Article Reprintts 121

Chicago police have long been criticized for interpreting the Constitution in different ways depending on which neighborhood they patrol. Read More

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Video Extra >>> Roseanne: “Radio Days”

Roseanne: “Radio Days”

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Video of the Day >>> The Sixth Sense (Full Movie)

The Sixth Sense (Full Movie)

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VNova’s Street Album Hidden in Plain Sight V.2 Out Now!!

By: Jarrod Horton

Staff Writervnova

New York’s own VNova has a New Album out called “Hidden in Plain Sight Vol.2.”

There has been a lot of talk concerning the demise of the New York rap scene, but VNova stays consistent. Here is the link to the music and more information concerning the album.

VNova to release his street album “Hidden In Plain Sight Volume 2 (HIPS2) The album will have features from Malcah, BOE, and ChaseWild.  Production from the album includes Notes, G-Casso, Sean Don, Frequency, Jimmi Kendrix, Spittabeatz, Denaun Porter and Needlz..

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Demaryius Thomas’ mother, grandmother will watch him play Super Bowl from prison

By: Eric Edholm

Article ReprintDenver Broncos' Thomas celebrates with teammate Goodman after the Broncos defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thomas' touchdown during overtime in their NFL AFC wildcard playoff football game in Denver

Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas won’t be able to give out Super Bowl tickets to two of his biggest fans. Both his mother and grandmother are in prison, his mother in the midst of serving a 20-year sentence and his grandmother a life sentence for cocaine distribution. (You can read more about Thomas’ story in this fascinating 2012 New York Post feature.) Read More

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Mexico legalizes vigilantes, nabs cartel leader

By: Eduardo Castillo and Mark Stevenson

Article Reprintmexico

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico essentially legalized the country’s growing “self-defense” groups Monday, while also announcing that security forces had captured one of the four top leaders of the Knights Templar drug cartel, which the vigilante groups have been fighting for the last year. Read More

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