ABOUT Nick Charles
September 24, 2010
No worries if you couldn't make the concert. Thanks to Spike Lee, you can watch it. Right now.
The filmmaker has never been one to hold back. He still isn't, weighing in on everything from Katrina to the BP oil spill to his annual bash for Michael Jackson's birthday.
The overthrow of California's Prop 8 says it's time for African Americans to get on the bus.
Looking for a good time? Head to the Borough of Kings. Manhattan is so played out. The final in The Root's series on Brooklyn life. GALLERY: Scenes and sounds from Brooklyn.
Inside the beltway, at least 3 percent of the Chocolate City is HIV-positive, stats that you usually find in sub-Saharan Africa. A new documentary examines living in the midst of the epidemic.
The NAACP, proud of its past, makes its case for the future.
The Hurt Locker is a brilliant movie that shows us exactly why we need to get over our addiction to fighting, and sometimes starting, wars.
How one woman is trying to make T-shirts politically active again.
Even with a first-rate cast, Jim Jarmusch’s latest film requires an out-of-this-world imagination to understand.
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