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Houston Cinema Arts Society and Museum Of African American Culture Celebrate Juneteenth And Black Music Month

Houston Cinema Arts Society and Houston Museum of African American Culture partner on screenings at Moonstruck Drive-In in celebration of both Juneteenth and Black Music Month. Miss Juneteenth will play on Saturday, June 19th at 8:30pm with $30 tickets per car and Summer of Soul will play on Wednesday, June 23rd at 8:30pm with free advanced registration.

On Saturday, June 19th at 8:30pm, HCAS and HMAAC will present A Juneteenth Celebration: Miss Juneteenth and Doretha’s Blues at Moonstruck Drive-In. The program will consist of the Texas-shot film Miss Juneteenth by Channing Godfrey Peoples, previously screened at HCAS’s Beyond Film Program with Sundance Film Festival, and will be preceded by the Houston premiere of the director’s new short film, Doretha’s Blues. Doors open at 7:00pm, and at 7:30pm audience members will get to listen to a custom Juneteenth Mixtape by DJ Red of Screwed Up Records and Tapes celebrating the legacy

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Things to do: Mental Health Awareness Month, Sterling K. Brown

Pop-up art installations across L.A. are part of “We Rise 2021,” a series of events marking Mental Health Awareness Month. These projects, along with a partially in-person dance festival and a comedy showcase, lead our weekend list of cultural offerings for your viewing consideration. All times are Pacific.

SoCal in-person events

“Art Rise”
The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health’s sprawling monthlong festival highlighting the healing power of art continues with “Art Rise,” a series of 21 projects created by local artists in collaboration with local cultural institutions. Spread out over five neighborhoods — downtown L.A., Mid-Wilshire, Koreatown, Leimert Park and South L.A. — the event includes a memorial to those killed by COVID-19, work exhibited on the construction fence at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, a companion playlist of audio works curated by REDCAT and a performance by Los Angeles Poverty Department. All events are free.

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3 reasons why Enjin (ENJ) price has rallied 800% over the last month

Nonfungible tokens (NFTs) have taken the world by storm as stories of record-breaking digital art sales now regularly appear on mainstream news outlets and popular culture. 

One project that has been well-positioned for years to capitalize on this growing trend is Enjin Coin (ENJ), whose co-founder Witek Radomski was also involved in the development of the ERC-1155 token standard, which enabled the creation of NFTs on the Ethereum (ETH) network.

Data from Cointelegraph Markets and TradingView shows that the price of ENJ has risen by 800% in the past month, going from a low of $0.34 on Feb. 23 to a new all-time high of $3.09 on March 15 thanks to a continuous surge in trading volume.

ENJ/USDT 4-hour chart. Source: TradingView

Three reasons for the explosive growth for Enjin include the announcement of its Ethereum scaling solution JumpNet, increased exposure and trading volumes due to multiple exchange

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Celebrate Black History Month 2021 in Flint with art exhibits, movies and virtual events

FLINT, MI — Celebrating Black History Month may look and feel a lot different this year amid the coronavirus pandemic.

But there are still ways you can celebrate the culture in Flint.

Here are the events planned throughout February to honor and celebrate Black history:

-Genesee District Library

20th Anniversary Black History Celebration

The Genesee District Library and ABC12 have partnered for a virtual 20th Anniversary Black History Celebration set to air 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11.

The 60-minute segment can be watched here.

The show will include music from the a cappella group, Linkin’ Bridge, who performed at the brunch in 2018 and were finalists in season 11 of the NBC reality competition show “America’s Got Talent.”

Voices of Service, finalists in season 14 of “America’s Got Talent” will also perform, and Dr. Traci Currie, who presented at the 2016 Brunch, will share a powerful poem.

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