$52 Million Lottery Winner To Rebuild Historic Black Community In South Florida

$52 Million Lottery Winner To Rebuild Historic Black Community In South Florida

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After winning $52 million lottery jackpot back in 2010, a Florida man has built his own real estate company and is using it in hopes of reviving a black business community in the state.

READ: Black Lives Matter Launches Website To Back Black-Owned Businesses 

In a report from Black Enterprise, Miguel Pilgram launched The Pilgram Group after winning the lottery jackpot, and invested in properties throughout South Florida. Now, the businessman is focusing his efforts on reviving Sistrunk Boulevard, a part of downtown Fort Lauderdale that featured a thriving community for black businesses. Continue reading

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Music Weekly: RATATOUILLE Original Soundtrack

Hello friends! We hope you had a wonderful weekend and are enjoying your November so far. This week we are proud to present the premiere vinyl release of Michael Giachino’s soundtrack to Walt Disney • Pixar’s masterpiece RATATOUILLE. 

As usual, new releases go on sale on Wednesdays at NOON (CT).

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Ratatouille – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack 2XLP.
Music by Michael Giachino. Artwork by Nicole Gustafsson. Liner notes by Brian Satterwhite. Pressed on 180 Gram “Ratatouille” Splatter (Red, Yellow & Green on Clear vinyl). Limited to 2,000 copies. Expected to ship November 2017. $35
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‘James Bond 25’ Likely to Land at Annapurna for Domestic Distribution

The distribution rights for James Bond expired at Sony after Spectre, which has led to a bidding war this past year between studios since a James Bond film, no matter its quality, is a guaranteed hit. While major studios including Sony, Warner Bros., and Universal all wanted James Bond, it looks like the rights for the upcoming 25th installment will go to the small, up-and-coming studio Annapurna Pictures. Image via EON Productions/Sony Deadline reports that a deal between rights-holder MGM and distributor Annapurna, which had previously produced films …

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