Memories of the Tulsa Massacre

On May 30, 1921, a young Black Greenwood resident was arrested for allegedly assaulting a white woman in a downtown elevator. The next day, mobs of white Tulsans, thwarted in their attempt to lynch the man, invaded the district with…

Martin Scorsese Assembled the Work of Greats to Make ‘No Direction Home’

By Gregory Crofton Jeff Rosen doesn’t like attention, at least that’s how it seems if you search for him on the Internet. But he’s Bob Dylan’s manager and his archivist, the one who sorts, categorizes and protects the piles of…

‘Last Days of Vietnam’: Relevant Subject But Numbingly Told

By Gregory Crofton Sometimes a movie comes out that isn’t professionally criticized. There are too many reasons for mainstream America to like it, so critics defer to the red-white-and-blue herd. Or maybe it’s directed by a Kennedy. “Last Days of…

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