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Films By Margaret Brown

To satisfy his curiosity, a teenaged Townes Van Zandt leaned back over a balcony, falling four floors to the ground below. This is the man who was declared a songwriting genius by the likes of Steve Earle, and it signals the nihilism and psychic pain that shaped his life and his music. Born to ... Read more
“In this vision of the South, separate but equal is not only alive and well, it is the dominant mode of interaction.” - Hollywood Reporter ... Founded in 1703, the Mardi Gras in Mobile, Alabama is America's oldest, and it's still going strong. With the celebrations come traditions rooted firmly ... Read more
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