Morris O'Kelly is the son of two music educators and is a graduate of
After an 11 year stint in the music industry, he began branching out into entertainment journalism, scribing for newspapers, magazines, and other periodicals. After a number of critically acclaimed Op/Ed pieces in the Los Angeles Times, he decided to combine his love of writing and media production.
Presently, O'Kelly is a regular political commentator for the BBC Radio Network regarding the American political system, HuffPo Live and author of the syndicated column, The Mo'Kelly Report.
Visit Mo'Kelly's official site here.
Mo Kelly is joined by the new Kennedy Center President, Deborah Rutter for an in-depth conversation on her new position and what it means to be the first Woman to be named as
President of the
Deborah Rutter began her career as an orchestra executive in
Rutter will start at the
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In the year since
In the year since 20 first-graders were shot and killed at Sandy Hook Elementary, another school shooting has taken place in
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Every movie studio that owns the rights to comic book characters is scrambling to form its own expanded "Avengers"-style cinematic universe, and Sony Pictures may have discovered its own spin that's so crazy it just might work: Bring in the supervillains, rather than the superheroes.
Sony execs have announced he release dates "The Amazing Spider-Man 3" and "4" even
before next summer's "2" has hit theaters. Now they're testing their aith even more with planned spin-offs that focus on some of Spidey's most opular foes: Venom and the Sinister Six!
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A man in
Kwabena Nkrumah, 34, said the pain was intense, and that he ran out of the public toilet screaming, "Snake! Snake! Snake!" which in turn caused others using the facilities to panic and flee!
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For the second time in less than a week, a bear has been euthanized after being caught in a trap set by wildlife officers in the Longwood neighborhood where a woman was mauled.
A 200-pound male bear captured late Sunday "closely fits the description of the animal" involved in the Dec. 2 incident that left 54-year-old Susan Chalfant with serious injuries to her face and head.
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Authorities say an endangered
wound on federal land in the Big Cypress National Preserve in
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This really did happen. It really, really happened.
Freedom fighter, prisoner, moral compass and
His message of reconciliation, not vengeance, inspired the world after he negotiated a peaceful end to segregation and urged forgiveness for the white government that imprisoned him.
He died Thursday night at age 95.
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Nelson Mandela will be remembered as a beloved leader, a moral authority and an extraordinary human being. His passing at the age of 95, brings both sadness and admiration for his singular achievements in the struggle for racial equality.
Imprisoned for 27 years for opposing the racist institution of apartheid, Mandela later became the first black president of
"He stood for something very simple, which was for equality and fairness," said David James Smith, author of the biography "Young Mandela: The Revolutionary Years". Mandela became a symbol of the struggle against apartheid in
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