Denzel Washington’s Movie ‘Fences’ Sheds Light on the Brilliance of August Wilson

By: Jarrod Horton Staff Writer Denzel’s Washington’s new movie ‘Fences’ opens in theaters today around the country. The movie is an adaptation of August Wilson’s play of the same name. A lot of people don’t know who August Wilson was and that makes this movie that much more important. His Continue Reading

How to Stop For-Profit Colleges

Lawmakers are cracking down on them for shady business practices. But sociology professor Tressie McMillan Cottom says bigger forces are at play. BY RACHEL M. COHEN Article Reprint For-profit colleges have existed for centuries, but now they’re this new kind of beast. What’s changed? There’s this great narrative about how Continue Reading

Sources: Sacramento Kings references removed from George Karl’s forthcoming book

By: Marc J. Spears and Marc Stein Article Reprint George Karl’s time with the Sacramento Kings has been documented in the longtime NBA coach’s forthcoming book, but there have been passages critical of various aspects that have been removed from the final version of his book‎, according to league sources.