Bryshere Y. Gray of Empire and The New Edition Story, stars in the provocative drama Canal Street movie that tackles the deep racial divide in Chicago.

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production, which is directed and co-written by Rhyan LaMarr, tells a story about the reasons for the deep-seeded divisions within the city of Chicago and the city’s diversity, touching on family, friendship, and forgiveness. The film has a powerful message, and is sure to take you on an emotional and spiritual journey. The Movie is set to be released on January 18th in select theaters. The film boasts a seasoned cast starring Mehki Phifer, Kevin Quinn, Jamie Hector, Lance Reddick, and more. Let’s get to the theaters and support this film for the culture.

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Types. The price just went up. With the success of Bird Box, You, Black Mirror and the tons of original content that will be coming to Netflix this year, the video-streaming service has announced a price increase. The basic plan of Netflix will now cost $9 as opposed to $8. The high definition standard plan will now be $13, which is a two dollar increase and the premium offering, which is shown in 4K, will be $16 instead of $14. The price increase is effective immediately for those who will have new accounts on the service.

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