Chicago's documentary powerhouse, Kartemquin Films announced that two of their films will hold world premiere screenings in October.
Jacqueline Kelly's engrossing young adult novel set on on a Texas cotton and pecan farm with 338 pages that seemingly turn themselves, is a coming of age tale with vast relevance for today's readers.
More historians are beginning to paint a more objective, balanced, and positive picture of the role of the CPUSA in the U.S. labor movement.
Students enrolled in the degree program will learn the history of metal, from past censorship issues to major events and achievements.
Normally the thoughts and complaints of third-string freshman quarterbacks who have had nonexistent playing time would not be news.
"Won't Back Down," the Hollywood movie portraying teachers unions as pretty much the devil, has set the record for the worst opening since 1982.