Coach Was Color-Blind, He Only Wanted to Know If You Could Play Basketball

Basketball Coach Don Haskins does not have to wait for his legend to happen. He was the coach at Texas Western in 1966 when his 27-1 team played Adolph Rupp’s 27-1 University of Kentucky Wildcats for the NCAA title. Haskins would become the first coach in NCAA history to start an all-African American lineup when the Miners squared off against Rupp’s all-white Kentucky team. Texas Western, known as UTEP today, beat Kentucky 72-65 to become the NCAA champion. February is Black History Month.

A review on Drums Along the Mohawk

A newly wed couple lose their home during the America’s war of independence, they try hard to overcome the obstacle and build a new life.

Strange Disappearances Plague Town Where Hit Movie Was Filmed

The Nebraska town where a satirical movie ridiculing aliens was filmed has been troubled recently by a number of mysterious missing persons cases.

“Coach Carter” Sends an Outstanding Message About a Coach with Integrity, Honor and Goodness

Samuel L. Jackson plays Coach Ken Carter in a good sports drama with an outstanding message for today’s high school basketball players who see playing with the pros as their only objective in life. Carter believes that scholarship and ethics should go hand in hand with outstanding basketball play. This is an incredible story of a coach who will not compromise his values by not compromising his integrity. Coach Carter has the guts and audacity to stand fast and right wills out in the end.

Famous People from Miami

If you really researched it, chances are you could find someone famous who was born where you were. George Clooney, for example, was born in Lexington, Tim Allen was born in Denver, Whitney Houston was born in East Orange, and Claire Danes was born in a little known town called New York City. Odds are nearly every place in America has someone famous from there. To this notion, Miami is no exception.

Friendship With Movies

Friendship has been a celebrated emotion and relationship all over the world. Even movies celebrate friendship. Just catch these flicks to revive friendship-

Children’s Animation DVDs: 5 Of The Most Popular Children’s Animation DVDs

A review of five of the most popular children’s animation DVDs.

Real Medieval Castles in Movies

Movies are a creative world of imagination and wonder. And does anything evoke this feeling of wonder more than castles? They represent power, wealth, mystery and many other things so they make a perfect setting for movies not just about knights but movies about many other things.

African American DVDs: 5 Of The Most Popular African American DVDs

Reviews of five of the most popular African American DVDs.

Harry Potter Dvd-A Voyage Of Magic And Wizardry

A review of the Harry Potter movie series.

Action DVDs: 5 Of The Most Popular Action DVDs

A review of 5 of the most popular action DVDs.

Lord Of The Rings DVD-Understanding The Movie Trilogy

A review of the ground breaking science fiction trilogy.