China Proves difficult for Netflix to Conquer

The People’s Republic of China is proving too difficult a regulatory minefield for the company to navigate, it said in a letter to shareholders.

Fourth victim dies after deadly gun battle at underground Jamaican restaurant

Mayor Eric Garcetti said in a statement the West Adams shooting was “the latest example of a senseless gun violence epidemic that causes so much pain and sorrow in our city and across the nation.”

‘Moonlight’ Is Heartfelt and Beautifully Acted

It’s a film that brilliantly confronts aspects of the gay struggle often overlooked on screen.

4 Reasons To Travel Solo In A Group

Traveling solo in a group gives Millennials the freedom to explore alone with the added protection and advantages of traveling with friends.

The Charity Network and Susan G. Komen partner for Breast Cancer Awareness

The More Than Pink movement is part of Komen’s recently announced Bold Goal, which aims to reduce the current number of breast cancer deaths in the U.S. by 50 percent over the course of the next decade.

Murphy Brings a Quiet Dignity to ‘Mr. Church’

“Mr. Church” is available on DVD October 25‏.

Naomie Harris, Mahershala Ali to Receive Virtuosos Award

Prior recipients for the award include O’Shea Jackson Jr., Chadwick Boseman, David Oyelowo, Gabourey Sidibe, Viola Davis, and Michael B. Jordan.

‘Dreamgirls’ Star Sheryl Lee Ralph Is Returning to Broadway in ‘Wicked’

Ralph, who was Tony-nominated for her performance as Deena Jones in the original company of the award-winning musical Dreamgirls, will join the cast of the hit Broadway musical next month.

Affleck’s the Not So Affable Accountant

Ben Affleck plays a math savant with more affinity for numbers than people in the Warner Bros. movie.

Kevin Hart: “The Reason For ‘What Now?’ Is Because That’s The Question That I Get The Most.”

The comedian talks about his latest comedy special “Kevin Hart: What now?” which opens in theaters Friday.

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