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A Historical Adviser For The New ‘Roots’ Miniseries On Kunta Kinte’s Africa, And Boston’s West African Ties
BU’s John Thorton on his role as a historical adviser to the new Roots miniseries.
Wechsler spent years as an assistant district attorney in Boston. Then she moved to Los Angeles where she wrote and consulted for TV shows including “Law and Order.”
A new documentary by Central Square Films and Brookline-based director James Demo dives deep into the professional — and personal — life of Padraig O’Malley.
What happens when Facebook skews the news that bubbles up to the top of its “trending” list? At least according to one report, the social network was doing exactly that: demoting articles from some conservative outlets.
The Boston Globe confronts the continuing economic challenges facing newspapers.
“Boston” tells the history of the Boston Marathon, from its very first running in 1897 to 2014.
Nigerian playwright Ifeoma Fafunwa says that if the world is to make an honest reckoning of how and why women are oppressed, women must ask themselves, “What’s my responsibility? What did I do to create this world?”
“The Martian” is science fiction, but how close is it to science fact?
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